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Cat thinks it's a baby and we can't blame it (WATCH)

When she's not writing, Claire Gillespie can most often be found wiping snotty noses, picking up Lego, taking photos of her cat or doing headstands.

We have all the proof you need that cats actually think they're little humans

From SheKnows UK

Cats are independent creatures. They like to do things for themselves and aren't always up for lots of fuss and attention. But sometimes even the coolest of cats needs a little babying. 

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Within a week of being posted to the Cat Lovers Club Facebook page, a video of a cat in a baby chair has over 125,000 likes and has been shared more than 275,000 times.

The poster caption it with it: "I. AM. DYING. He was playing with the hanging toys and so we decided to put him in it and he just sat there. And loved it."

And really, it speaks for itself: 

I. AM. DYING. He was playing with the hanging toys and so we decided to put him in it and he just sat there. And loved it.

Posted by Cat Lovers Club on Sunday, 31 January 2016

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If there's anything that says "relaxed!" more than this we want to see it. And the few people who questioned the cat's comfort and safety clearly don't have cats themselves. Because cats don't do anything they don't want to do, and this particular puss would have scratched, clawed and fought its way out of that chair if it wasn't completely loving it.

The clip inspired other Facebook users to share their own photographic evidence of cats who believe they are, in fact, babies.

The perfect size for a bit of bouncy chair action

We have all the proof you need that cats actually think they're little humans
Image: Brittnay Miller/Facebook

Because scratching poles are so 2015

We have all the proof you need that cats actually think they're little humans
Image: Karen Mcclamroch/Facebook

Babies don't walk, so why should cats?

We have all the proof you need that cats actually think they're little humans
Image: Amanda Gibson/Facebook

Are you a cat owner with a puss who acts like a baby? Let us know in the comments below.

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