Two-faced cow is surprisingly adorable
What a man thought was twin calves actually turned out to be the most amazing thing a farm had ever seen.
Stan McCubbin and his brother brought the 5-day-old baby cow to the barn as soon as he could.
The amazing calf, whose name is Lucky, has clef palates in both of her mouths.
She is not able to nurse from her mother, Brandy Abell McCubbin, who owns the farm, told The Dodo.
"My husband and I have been raised on farms our whole lives and we are treating Lucky like any other calf we have had to bottle-feed," Brandy told The Dodo. "Things are just a little different and unique!"
Lucky has some balance issues and struggles to walk due to the size of her head.
She can walk a little better now, and it proves that she's tough and won't let her differences stop her from living a full life.
Brandy teaches special education, so she's no stranger to helping people overcome their challenges.
She said Lucky is a calf with special needs, and she's trying to meet them just like she would with her students.
"My students are in love with her and keep asking if they can watch her on TV and come to my house!" she told The Dodo.
Looks like Lucky the two-headed calf might be a lot to handle, but that just means there's more of her to love.