There’s something downright delightful about animals that think they are people. Our hearts just melt at a cat in a bow tie, or one that has mastered the art of Jenga.
We take a look at five animals that think they are humans. Does your pet think it is a person? Send us photos by e-mailing email@example.com and they will appear in the forum below.
1. Moe, the cat has mastered Jenga
Moe the cat has been wowing the Internet with its ability to master the party game, Jenga. It appears to love the game so much, it can’t wait for his turn.
2. Porter, the driving dog
The New Zealand SPCA wanted to show how smart its dogs are. What better way than to teach a dog to drive, right? It took at a custom-fitted Mini and they trained Porter how to drive. Don’t worry, the dog won’t be hitting the roads anytime soon. This was filmed on a closed course.
3. Mishka, the talking dog
Meet Mishka, the Siberian Husky that can say, “Hi” back. In fact, it can say “How are you?” and about eight more words with varying degrees of clarity. Its ‘‘I love you” is creepily clear.
4. Bat dog
Meet Miss Lou Lou Gehrig, the dog that stole the show at the ACC baseball Tournament recently. The bat dog, (no, not that kind of bat dog) was simply using its natural fetching abilities when retrieving the bat. The canine’s little uniform and diligent work made it a hit at the tournament.
5. BFF otters holding hands
Enough cats and dogs. In 2007, these sea otters were spotted at the Vancouver Aquarium holding hands and melting everyone’s hearts. The popularity of these buddy otters led to the aquarium creating an otter cam to capture the action all the time.
6. Darwin, the Ikea monkey
This monkey was used to living like a human. Before Darwin was found in a Toronto Ikea parking lot, dressed in a shearling coat, the simian was living with a family and would even brush his own teeth. That didn’t last for long. Darwin now lives in an animal sanctuary. We’re not sure if it got to keep the coat.