Nano - 'Cat woman'

 
Nano - 'Cat woman'
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A woman in Norway claims that she is a cat trapped in a human's body. The 20-year-old says she first realized she was a cat when she was 16.

She says doctors found a "genetic defect" in her DNA, which she claims proves she is indeed a cat.

To compensate for her entirely human like appearance, she wears cat ears, a fake fluffy tail and crawls around on all fours.

Nano also claims she has the ability to communicate with cats born into the proper bodies.

She hunts mice (obviously) and of course, she is hissing at dogs.

She also claims to have night vision like a cat, and crawling around on her hands and knees she paws at windows when she wants to go outside.

And, despite their size, she says she can sleep in the sink and on windowsills.

Is she insane? Starved for attention? Both?



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