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Woman behaves like cat

Woman behaves like cat
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A woman claims that she is a cat trapped in a human’s body. 20-year-old Nano from Oslo, Norway, crawls on all fours. She sleeps on a window sill or in a sink just like cats do.

The woman was seen walking around with cat ears and a tail. Nano said that she first realized that she was a cat when she was 16 years old. She claims that doctors told her that she was born with a genetic defect in her DNA, leaving her to believe that she is a cat trapped in a human body. Nano claims that she has characteristics of a cat like ultra-sharp hearing, laser night vision and fierce aversions to both dogs and water. And she claims to possess many feline characteristics including a hatred of water and the ability to communicate simply by meowing. “It's also obvious that I'm a cat when I start meowing and purring ,” she said. This woman also travels everywhere wearing cat like fake ears and tail. Nano said that, when she was 16 years she realized for the first time that she was a cat.

Nano also claims that doctors stated her that she born with a genetic problem of her DNA, leaving Nano to believe that she has been a cat trapped in a human body. Nano believes that she will remain a cat for the rest of her life although her psychologist told her that she can grow out of it. Then all of a sudden, she lets out a hiss and takes a step back.'There is a dog over there,' she explains. 'Sometime I hiss when meeting dogs in the street. It's because of their behaviour and my instinct automatically reacts by hissing.'


When the presenter asks if she was born like this Nano agrees, saying: 'Yes, born in the wrong species.' Cats are notoriously averse to water, and Nano explains that she's no different.
'I hate water,' she says. 'Water is like you get the instinct to wash yourself in the face and stuff.'
I can see better in the dark than in daylight. That's no problem Nano demonstrates another moment of affinity with cats by donning a pair of giant pink cat paws and rubbing at her face as if she's grooming herself. She's then seen on her hands and knees, crawling around on the floor before going up to the window and looking out longingly as she paws at the wall and whimpers like a frustrated feline.

'It's also obvious that I'm a cat when I start purring and meowing,' she explains. 'And walking around on four legs and stuff like that.'Nano also stresses that, like the small four-legged animals, she loves to 'sleep in the sink and in the windowsill' although she doesn't comment further on the size of either item. One of the main advantages of being a cat, according to Nano is her heightened sense of hearing. 'You can hear a lot better than regular people, and you can see much more,' she reveals. 'You focus on things that normal people can't.' And she even claims to possess night vision. 'I can see better in the dark than in daylight. That's no problem,' she says. 'I have been running a lot after animals that can be seen in the shadows.'
However she admits that despite her best efforts she has never managed to catch a mouse.


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