Though she was born female in Norway 20 years ago, Nano is now ready to tell the world that she was "born in the wrong species" and identifies as a cat.
In her video "confession" now approaching one million views on YouTube, the self-professed feline explains that she finally realized she was a cat at age 16. Nano confirmed her suspicions through "doctors and psychologists [who] found out what was 'the thing' with me."
"Under my birth, there was a genetic defect," she adds.
Now, Nano spends most of her time wearing cat ears and a cat tail, because, well, she wasn't born with those. Nano also hisses when dogs are nearby.
"Sometime I hiss when meeting dogs in the street," she said. "It's because of their behavior and my instinct automatically reacts by hissing."
Nano is interviewed in the video and explains that she can hear things others can't, like "suitcases rolling on the ground" and "keys clinking in pockets."
"Yes, I'm born like this," Nano tells the interviewer. "Born in the wrong species."
Besides having a fear of water, Nano says she often sleeps "in the sink and in the windowsill" and "can see better in the dark than in daylight." But despite having a keen predator night vision, she has never caught a mouse, though she has tried many times.
Nano also has a male friend named Svein whom she says has "personalities." Conveniently, one of them is a cat.
"He is human but have someone in his head that is a cat," she explains. "I am born as cat."
Nano's psychologist has told her she can "grow out of it," but she doubts she can.
"I think I will be a cat all my life," she says.
The takeaway? In the progressive world where people can free themselves from the limits of biology and "identify" as any gender or now even any species, anything may be possible - but none of it is real.
Chase Stephens at DailyWire captured the insanity perfectly with this meme: