If there are men trapped in women’s bodies and women trapped in men’s bodies and billionaires trapped in middle class housewives, why can’t there be cats trapped in the bodies of human beings? From Lifesite News:
“Nano,” a 20-year-old Norwegian woman, says she realized at 16 that she is, in fact, a cat.
“I was born the wrong species,” Nano says, explaining that because of a genetic defect, she is a cat trapped in a human body.
She speaks in “meows” to her friend. She hisses at dogs, hates water, and says she has a superior sense of smell and can see in the dark.
And Nano hunts mice at night (unsuccessfully).
Her declaration has started a popular YouTube video, currently with over 1.3 million views. In her video, she wears large cat ears and a tail. She also puts on pink fluffy paws to rub her face and gets on all fours to crawl and purr.
“I was born this way,” Nano proclaims.
It is unlikely that other trapped cats will come forward. There are virtually no political or social advantages to doing so. Most of them will probably remain frustrated and isolated.