Cat With Split Colored Face Becomes Father To Kittens Of Each Color

Do you remember Narnia? The ‘two-faced’ British shorthair cat that won over our hearts back in 2018 when he was only a little furball

His face was precisely split down the middle, on side black, and one side grey, and both sides with piercing blue eyes.

It is believed that his famous split-colored face was the result of 2 fertilized eggs fusing inside the womb of his mother to become one kitten.

“When Narnia was born I was extremely surprised. I knew immediately that he was exceptional,” said his momma, Stephanie Juminez.

A few years later, and Narnia has grown from a pretty little boy to a fully grown handsome furball, and now a father!

He is a proud father to two kittens who seems to have taken their main fur color from either side of Narnia’s face.

The siblings, gray-haired Pheonix and black-haired Prada look like they have gone 50-50 on getting the best of their father’s genetics.

These aren’t the only children that Narnia has fathered, and so far, all of his offspring are of different color variations.

It’s no surprise when you see parents as good-looking as these two!

Narnia has fathered two light brown twins, Orfee and Ozanna, a black Roswell, gray Rose, and two multi-colored boys, Phanton and Polaris.

“It is very rare, there are only a few cats in the world that are fully colored and have blue eyes. This is a new gene called “ice,” says Stephanie.

Too see more of Narnia and his amazing offspring, check out his Instagram at: amazingnarnia.

Written by Joe Kahlo

After years of writing in the financial industry, Joe was finally able to focus his writing on what he loves, Animals!