Prepare to fall in love with a pair of mysterious, multicolored cat eyes.
This condition — in which the iris contains two different colors — is called sectoral or segmental heterochromia. You’re probably more familiar with complete heterochromia, which is when the eyes are two different colors — it’s commonly seen in dogs and cats.
Most cases of heterochromia occur sporadically and are not associated with any other symptoms or problems — other than having everyone get lost in your peculiar peepers.
And the problem with a cat having eyes like these is that it makes it much easier for cats to continue their journey to dominating the human race.
Don’t look directly at them!
But do, because their soooo pretty.