You’ve probably seen cats that have two different-colored eyes. But have you ever seen a cat with eyes that are each two different colors? Well, you are just about to. This beautiful cat has an impressive set of eyeballs that can convert even the most cat-averse. The gorgeous feline has a condition called sectoral heterochromia, a genetic mutation that causes one iris to contain two entirely different colors. It’s a condition that can occur in both animals and humans. When it comes to associated medical conditions, there aren’t any, which means there’s no real downside to those beautiful eyes, and this is one lucky cat.

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