Sad news to share: The world's longest-living Janus cat, Frank and Louie, has died of cancer at the age of 15 years old.

Janus cats, aptly named after the Roman god, are born with two faces. Because of their condition, they are usually born with congenital defects and tend to die young.

Not Frank and Louie, though, The Worcester Telegram reported. He lived a long, full cat life in Worcester, Mass.

When you see him, you'll be amazed he lived as long as he did.

His face looks like a glitch in the image, but it's his actual mug.

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