A beautiful tortoiseshell calico named Yana has a truly unique face that is half orange, half black that come together in a striking pattern. Yana’s human Elizabeth, who found Yana through a classified ad, explained how Yana got her name.
(translated) The woman said that they called it so in honor of the Greek god Janus, who had two faces – on the back of the head and where usual. There was also a second version of the origin of the name: stain – two halves, “Half is day” and “Half is night.” It translated to Yanochka. And we decided to leave her with the family name.