Originally posted by Totalstranger
maybe there is just a death phermone that animals can smell and we obviously cant? my cats love me to death but I havent been able to wish them to my
That is indeed a strong possibility. Their sense of smell is very keen. For example my dog stress growls and whimpers at anyone with Diabetes, we
worked it out, after a few family members with it he reacted this way from day one, and as he is so gentle and we started asking people if they had
diabetes if he did this to strangers and every time they do without fail.
A death Pheromone hmmm, its no doubt related to smell, however the cat Oscar knows within 2 hours of death, and Tims dogs as in my opening post
howled on the exact moment of last breath, so when does this pheromone happen? 2 hours before or at moment of death? They were also outside at the
back of the house. But I think you are on the right track, that said, Tim's dogs felt him go not smelt him I am convinced. Unless of course they
could immediately smell our anxiety and sadness?
I do think however when it comes to natural disaster, they have a connection perhaps to earth vibration as they do sense danger. I'm off to dig up
more on this concept.
[edit on 3-2-2010 by zazzafrazz]