The internet has always been fast to go viral for cute animals, and TikTok is no exception to the rule, with videos of adorable animals receiving astronomical amounts of views and likes.Some owners create accounts just for their animals, and these frequently gain sizable fan bases on their own.
They frequently serve as the focal point of trending topics on the app, with the most recent one involving individuals posing with their dogs in front of the sound “I was born a dog, I identify as a dog, but according to my mum, I merely a baby.”
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In a video released on TikToker by @rott n chugs on May 1st, 2022, a small girl can be heard responding, “I just a baby,” after the puppy states, “I was born a dog, I identify as a dog, but according to my mom.” The video had over a million views in just two weeks (shown below).
Over 100,000 films were created by May 19th as a result of the “I was born a dog” original sound becoming viral throughout the month. The majority of videos overlay the quote with adorable footage of puppies and dogs. For instance, on May 2nd, the TikTokers @sterlingshadow2 and @goldenbearollie released videos with sound,
What exactly is the TikTok fad of “I was born a dog, I identify as a dog”?
An account called rott n chugs on TikTok uses popular pet-related sounds in their videos featuring their three dogs, Peanut, Daisy, and Harley. This account first shared a video with its own voiceover on May 1, 2022.
As Peanut, who looks like the cutest dog ever, says in a voiceover, “I was born a dog. I identify as a dog. But according to my mom… I’m just a baby,” the video has gone viral. The first three sentences are all delivered by the same person in this recording.
However, the “I’m just a baby” comes from another viral audio clip produced by user Little.Blooming.Women. When the mother in the Little.Blooming.Women audio file says to her child, “Coco, when Mommy says stop you say okay,” the child responds, “I’m just a baby.”
The mother then tries to emphasise that Coco should listen to her, but the child repeats, “I’m just a baby.” The audio has been reuploaded throughout the app.
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Garnering over 9.4 million and 9.7 million views, respectively, over the course of two weeks (shown below, left and right). Distractify reported on the trend on May 13 and Dexerto on May 16 respectively.