Spooky ‘cyclops’ goat with two pupils in one eye born in Philippines

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The baby goat has two pupils in one eye but with no nose


A family was spooked when their pet goat gave birth to bizarre-looking goat with one eye and no nose.

Evenlyn Bala, 51, realised her pet goat was struggling to give birth to its baby in Tarlac province in the Philippines on February 19.

The family called for a vet to assist the birth and more than an hour later, the kid was born but the owner was shocked when she saw its unusual appearance.

Video shared by the family shows the mutant baby goat lying on the ground crying for milk.

The goat has two pupils in one eye in the centre of the face.

The baby goat has two pupils in one eye but with no nose

It also appears that the animal has no nose and can only breathe using the mouth.

Shaenna, daughter of Evelyn, said at first her mother screamed upon seeing the deformed baby goat.

However, the family named him “Theodore”, meaning a gift from god.

She said: “My mother shouted for us to come and have a look at the baby.

“We were amazed and confused at the same time. We were a little bit scared.”

The kid only had a single eyeball, but two corneas were attached to it while its tongue protruded out of its mouth.

As the baby could not suck milk from its mother, they had to feed it with formula using a dropper so it can eat.

The owner fed milk to the kid for four days before it died
The owner fed milk to the kid for four days before it died

At first, the family thought the animal would eventually die as it did not have a nose for breathing, but the baby goat managed to survive for four nights before passing away.

Shaenna said that the special animal appeared to have superpowers to make it so far.

She said: “Theodore was special to us and I hope that it lives longer so we could spend more time with it. He seems to be stronger than before, so I think he will keep fighting.”

Veterinarian Dr Tonny Baligad, who treated the baby goat, said it may have had congenital abnormalities while it was still forming in the womb.

He said: “The parent’s genes may not have matched so it resulted to a congenital abnormality.”





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