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Do Cats/Dogs See Spirits/Ghosts?

breeld   posted:1/12/2014 6:14:19 AM  
I`m not crazy-well....maybe a little-but my cat has been acting strangely the last few weeks.
I normally sleep on my couch because it seems like I rest better there. Well, I decided to
try sleeping on my bed one night. My and the kitty lay down, but the kitty sat up and started
looking around-her eyes following something in the room. She kept it up so long, I said "Alright,
girl, you`re starting to freak me out." I grabbed her up, along with my pillows, and went
back to the couch.
So a few days later, she started doing it in the living room, too. She`ll sit there, her eyes following
something I can`t see, then she`ll stare at a certain spot for a few, then start moving
her eyes around again. There are no bugs flying around in here, so I don`t know what it could possibly
be. She doesn`t act scared, only watching, and only started this since I tried to sleep in the bed.
Ok, here`s the "crazy me" part. A few days after the night in the bedroom, I went through every room,
saying "I allow only love and light in my house". That`s when she started doing this in the living room.
I`m wondering, now, if I did something wrong. Or maybe my cat is just going nuts.
My son suggested I do a google search about this-and it seems my cat isn`t the only one doing this.

breeld   posted:1/12/2014 6:16:37 AM  
Funny. After I posted this, I saw a link on here about a dog responding to something invisible.
That was one of the vids I saw on my google search.
The0ut1aw   posted:1/12/2014 6:49:52 AM  
Yeah my cat does this on a pretty regular basis as well. Sometimes staring at whatever he sees for about 5-8 minutes at a time.
bobprin   posted:1/12/2014 8:01:29 AM  
I bet that when you went around telling that to your home that a spirit filled with love entered. Hence the calm behavior of kitty. I wouldn't get too alarmed after all you opened the door. But yes, of course dogs and cats sense things that humans can't. That is one of the reasons we sought to domesticate them so long, long ago.
breeld   posted:1/12/2014 10:04:59 AM  
You may be right about that, but it`s still a little disturbing thinking your cat is seeing something in the room that you can`t see. I`ve always felt that with our limited vision, there are things in the atmosphere that we aren`t able to see, but I liked to think they were waaaaay out there somewhere-not right around us. lol

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