The man claims that he never felt like a human in his body and preferred to be a dog since his childhood days.
Humans in 1980: "We'll talk to aliens in the future!"
Humans in 2019: *barks*
We are only four months into 2019 and I'm already done with this year. Every other day we read about some stupid person doing something bizarre but this, THIS takes the cake of being the weirdest shit I've heard of in my life. A fully grown man (surprisingly not from Florida) identifies as a DOG and acts like one. He claims that he never felt 'human' in his body and always felt like a dog. The 37-year-old man spends his day eating dog food and barking at people...
Kaz James claims he is a human pup and he licks his friends and barks at strangers. According to Mirror, James could never relate to anything human and only felt like himself after he changed his personality to a dog. A store manager by profession, the man went through several puppy communities on the internet and some of his open-minded friends helped him transition from being a man to a canine.
The man now identifies as a 'full-time orange, brown and camo K9' and is very happy with his newfound doggy personality. He eats dog biscuits and food and carries items with his mouth...talk about having a weird flex. He now feels confident about himself and rocks a £2,000 fur suit with a harness. "I didn't ever feel like a human, I always felt like a dog that was really out of place," okay, bro. Whatever makes you happy. Bark away!
"I never really had a name for it, being a pup wasn't a thing I knew about. When I met other people like me I felt I could be myself." Wait wait...there are other people like him? Turns out, identifying as a dog isn't entirely a new concept but is actually quite popular than we imagined! A lot of human beings identify as dogs and one of them even made it to This Morning and raised a lot of eyebrows. Thanos, you listening?
"I was known by my friends for saying hello to them by grabbing hold of the collar of their shirt in my teeth and biting or licking them, very canine-type behaviors. It was always how I was," James revealed. "The first time I heard the term of being a pup was through a pup I met online, he was the first person I met who was like me. Through him, I knew other pups and learned a whole new language of this other world that I didn't know about with a whole bunch of other people who were like me."
Kaz wasn't aware that this 'condition' existed at first but when he learned about it, he felt relaxed. "It was a liberating moment knowing there were other people like me, having felt properly weird for the longest time." Hmm. If it's on the internet, it must be true, right? "I realized that my behaviors were quite dog-like in childhood, probably from the age of six. No-one ever talked about it, it was never mentioned. It wasn't until the internet arrived in our house that I started chatting to people online - mostly through groups and message boards."
"I was incredibly nervous when I first started talking to people online. I was living with my parents and I would sneak downstairs at three in the morning to get on the internet to look for this stuff. I would hold a pillow over the 56k modem so you couldn't hear the modem noise. I was worried that If I ever spoke to anyone about it, they would be like 'you're a nut job'. It's an experience that a lot of pups I know have had - feeling really weird and strange about how they are and then finding other people and feeling a lot better about it." So, you identify as a dog but you use the internet to chat with other people? OKAY?
"My whole lifestyle is about being a pup. For me it's an everything, I go about and live my day-to-day life relatively normally, that includes things like putting collars on at barking at people I know in the street. If I see pups out in the Village I will bark at them, I get funny reactions from passersby all the time. It's very much a form of self-expression what I choose to wear depends on what I'm doing. I feel a sense of peace being a human pup...Hanging out online is fine but the best and most fun way you can do that is to meet other people who are into it and chat with them about their experiences at Kennel Klub. We do get people who just show up because they're interested in it, have a few drinks with everyone and chat about stuff. By the end of the night they'll be on the floor with tennis balls in their mouths," Kaz added.
That's enough internet for today...