You’re either being deliberately obtuse or simply don’t understand how species are defined. If you have twins and one is fertile and the other isn't, does that make your wife a monkey? No it means your kid has fertility issues. Yeah pretty much this. People conflating being a person and experiencing emotion and consciousness on a near human (this can either be a positive or negative) level is beyond irritating. For example, if a dog was suddenly able to communicate about itself and its thoughts in fluent English, its understanding and grasp of various things would be fundamentally different than people as its brain is quite obviously different than a persons and therefore processes information differently than a person. It still feels pain and has an emotional range just like all animals, but its perception of reality is fundamentally different to people due to this. Does this mean they are not deserving of life or possess free will or agency? No it doesn't, but simply saying that anything that possess conscious thought and basic sentience is a person is reductive and ignores fundamental biological differences between sentient species.