posted on Jun, 7 2011 @ 07:47 PM
This morning June 7, there was an earthquake in Missouri.
It's been discussed in the thread, 'Quake Watch 2011'.
Last night, my cat (I have 2) was acting what I call "fritzy". Sometimes I call it "fritzyditzy". They are 8 and 9 years old (human years) so
they're not kittens. Where they will scury around and behave like they just drank a cup of strong coffee, be rowdy, defiant, bold, and I think they
are having fun, but then they'l (or he'l) (sometimes just only one of them) mew with anxiety. I know my cats and know their different mew
indications, and I know an anxious mew. This behaviour is not only uncommon for the most part, but I have been keeping tabs on earthchanges like
earthquakes, in the news the next day, following a night of this behavior.
It's been consistent so far.
One cat is like that with earthquakes, and the other, is like that with developing (but not yet seen heard and felt)severe thunderstorms.
I was wondering if you all think pets are all consistently 'meters' like that, or like people, are some more sensitive and specialized with it, than