Thinking that they're people is a very common genotypic trait in animals that can be seen across a wide variety of species and subspecies boundaries. Here is a selection of 25 examples.
1. Rabbits Who Think They Are Uptight Schoolteachers
Rabbits who think they are uptight schoolteachers can be found throughout the northern United States. They are distinguishable by their delicate purple sweater vests and their prim, disapproving facial expressions. If you find one, be sure to tuck in your shirt.
2. Bears Who Think They Are Hailing A Cab
Bears who think they are hailing a cab are common in areas with poor or limited public transportation. They are harmless to most humans except cab drivers.