reply to post by NativeAmerican
I don't think your cat is in heat, because ones that are, generally are trying to get out
of the house (to get to all the nice boy kitties),
rather than trying to hang out in their peoples' beds.
Of course I don't have the whole picture, since I haven't observed your cat, but what you describe is oddly reminiscent of the stories of pet and
animal behavior that people have described in the weeks before a major earthquake. Especially since this behavior seems to have started within the
past month (and as I noted above, I don't think she's in heat).
Here is a thread on ATS that was the object of much controversy about this subject:
Tell what weird possible Earthquake Animal, Sky or Water behavior is happening
I'm sure some reading this page may not be fond of that post, but I happen to think there's some truth to this. Animals are very sensitive and they
have retained senses that we have apparently long lost, or perhaps never had. (Dogs' ability to hear high frequency sounds that are out of our
hearing range, for example.)
I'm assuming you're in the US (since your name is "Native American"), so if you're in the Pacific Northwest, her behavior may be indicative of
increasing geophysical activity there. (That area, as well as California, is on the notorious "Ring of Fire".) I have a feeling--but am not making a
prediction, mind you--that something big may be about to happen there. Of course there was that odd earthquake swarm at the Yellowstone Caldera late
December/early 2009, with hundreds of small or minor quakes within a period of only a few weeks.
" target="_blank" class="postlink" rel="nofollow">Whats going on at yellowstone?
The Redoubt Volcano near Achorage, Alaska may be ready to erupt; and there was that melt ("bald spot") on Mt. Baker in the Cascades region, which
was reportedly causing some fuss around Christmastime. Volcanic activity is often associated with seismic activity.
Seismic Phenomena Associated With Volcanic Activity
Alaska volcano unleashes seismic
"have you felt any of the recent EQs that USGS shows have ringed around the Mt. Baker area
recently?" (post by jdub297)
Impending earthquake/volcanic activity - California area (turned out to be Mt. Baker)
ALERT REQUEST any Members Live near Mt Baker USA?
Volcanic activity and/or seismic activity can also reportedly be felt by some humans who appear to be sensitive to the associated vibrations (or at
least, that's my theory). These vibrations/frequencies may also be what animals sense.
The Charlotte King Effect
Cell Biology may be clue to human body symptoms prior to earthquakes
And if you live near the middle of the US, there may also be something brewing there, as well. Looking at the USGS website over the past 6 months,
there's activity in places that I don't normally expect to see it. Like New Jersey, Ohio, Texas, Oklahoma...Frankly, it looks like you could be
anywhere in the US these days, and potentially experience an earthquake...
(image as of 2/7/09)
Or, it could be nothing & your kitty could just be crazy. Just something to think about. Good luck, in any case.