by Julian Robinson, MailOnline
This adorable cat was born with a flawless split of grey and black fur divided almost perfectly down the middle of her face.
The rare markings on the British short hair, pictured at her home in France, are thought to be the result of two embryos fusing together.
She has both light grey and black fur on her face, separated evenly in a remarkably straight line.
While the exact cause of this pet's striking appearance is not known, other felines with this mysterious look are known as chimera cats, which are the result of the merging of two fertilised eggs, or two early embryos in the mother's womb.
Each of the separate two-parent cells has already started developing before the merge, meaning that their established physical features may already come through.
Although it is a rare occurrence, chimeras can occur across many species - including humans - but most don't realise they even have the condition. The signs can be subtle, such as patches of different coloured hair.
The name chimera comes from the monster of Greek mythology made of lions, goats and snakes.