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These animals are in the throes of an identity crisis, ok?

They’re a little sensitive.

THE EXPRESSION ‘IT’S a dog’s life,’ would lead you to believe that the lives of animals are easy and peaceful.

Most of the time, they are.  They eat, they sleep, occasionally go for a walk…simple, right?

Well, for some animals life presents a greater challenge.  These poor animals live their lives trapped in a world of confusion.

Here are seven poor animals who are in the throes of in an identity crisis.

The goat that thinks it’s a chicken

Poor guy.  He’s just trying to go about his chicken-y business and everyone’s laughing at him.

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The dog that thinks it’s a sheep

‘What are you looking at?’ he thinks, as he enjoys his fleecy coat, ‘Never seen a dog in sheep’s clothing before?’

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The cat who thinks it's a dog

Look at it panting!  Look at its tail wagging!  It's playing fetch for god's sake!


The dog that thinks it's a lion

He is so very proud.  So so proud.  And good for him.

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This rooster who thinks he's a human

He's having a great laugh.


The dog that thinks it's a panda

'Do you think anyone knows?  Do you think they can tell?  Pretty convincing right?'

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The horse that thinks it's  a unicorn

He simply won't hear any differently.  He's been wearing that traffic cone since 1997.

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The poor things.

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