It's no secret that kittens have been the official mascot of the internet for quite some time now.
You'd be hard pressed to find a kitten that isn't absolutely adorable.
But there are some cats that capture our hearts more than others, whether its due to unusual derpiness...
...or extreme cuteness, or whatever special reason, we're always looking for reasons to celebrate cats.
For Narnia, a British Shorthair living in France, it's because of his unique fur pattern that basically makes him a two-faced kitty.
This little guy's peculiar pattern of grey-and-black split straight down the middle was so cute that he became the subject of a beautiful photo series shot by professional animal photographer Jean-Michel Labat.
His beautiful and distinct coat looks even more beautiful when he looks at you with his bright, blue eyes. Talk about contrast.
Although Narnia's fur pattern is rare, it has happened in other felines before.
Narnia's known as a chimera, which occurs when two types of DNA from two embryos fuse together in the womb.
Narnia's owner, cat breeder Stephanie Jimenez, immediately fell in love with the little guy when he was born, and loves showing him off.
Even if he looks pretty grumpy in interviews.
And although he's got a distinct mug, he's pretty much a cat who loves lounging and flicking his tail.
He's proficient at attacking stuffed animals.
And hogging your bed.
It looks like he plays well with others, too.
If you really want to go d'awww just look at Narnia as an itty bitty kitten.
He appears to tolerate costume parties as well.
I know what you're thinking, you want a chimera cat now.
Sometimes the face pattern can occur when the cat isn't "really" a chimera, so you may get lucky and find one with a similar fur job. But at the end of the day, all kitties are adorable and if you want to take care of a pet, adopt a kitty that needs a home. Or pray Narnia has some kids.
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