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Another Animal acting wierd Thread

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posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 10:37 AM
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I live in Rlathead valley Montana, My dog has been acting very strange the last 2 days. He is barking randomly and growling when it is perfectly quiet in the house. He has never done this before. another thing is he is following us very closely. there is nothing outside that we can see. Is anyone else experiencing any of this?




posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 10:39 AM
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Take him to the vet. He could be unwell.

Rule that out...then look into the aliens/elenin/nibiru/reptiians/chemtrails etc.



posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 10:43 AM
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Is that suppose to be Flathead Valley?

I live in Great Falls Montana... I am putting video's together of A MASS amount of Chemtrails that I saw 3 days ago..... I have an Iphone..so it's taking me some time to get the video's together....lol

Also... Animals are very aware of Paranormal.... sense anything lately going on in the house?

my 2cents... =0)



posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 10:46 AM
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I'm not saying it's aliens... but it's aliens



posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 11:37 AM
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posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 12:03 PM
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Yes. North Idaho, here. My dog was acting very strange last night as well. Growling at nothing, following me everywhere very closely and wanted in and out numerous times only to come straight back immediately. I finally left the door open so he could roam in and out freely. My husband noticed it as well. He commented that maybe we were going to have an earthquake............ Really hope it doesn't happen. He seems fine this morning, though. If he acts up again I will let you know.



posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 12:03 PM
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Do you live anywhere near the yellowstone caldera? (within 1-200 mile). The dogs could be reacting to seismic activity or even volcanic scents that are not strong enough for us to smell. It doesn't mean disaster is coming but animals, dogs exspecially are very intuitive about their environments. I would have him checked out to clear any health issues, but i would also investigate whether other local animals are acting strange. Herds of livestock and horses can also sense these things and if its environment related you can bet you will find others seek the same answers as you. Good lick and always trust your and your animals instincts. That's why you have them.



posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 12:03 PM
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I Don't live anywhere near Montana (Australia actually) And i have noticed my cats acting more affectionate than usual for the last month or so. I mean not just the purring or rubbing what they usually do, but more a violent need to get my attention! And same with the dogs. They are constantly agitated and on the go when there is no reason for it... I'm almost in fear of going outside, in case my animals lick and claw me to death!



posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 12:50 PM
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I live on the east coast, but my dog has been acting strange lately also. He has begun barking at nothing, and when I take him outside, he sits and stares at the sky and growls. I have never before seen a dog who is so interested in the sky. He obviously sees things I cannot see, and I have often stood there wondering just what it is. I don't know whether it is something he sees or hears, but it has happened often enough that other family members have noticed it.



posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 01:38 PM
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yah, Flathead valley. And I saw mass amounts of chem trails about 3-5 days ago as well.



posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 02:25 PM
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Whereabouts on the east coast? You don't have to get too specific but is it the midAtlantic region? The reason I ask is my dog had been acting fearful of going out into open fields for a few months. She would stare at the sky and whine and even tackle me and push me to the tree line or the lower parts of the trail around the hills of one field. She would then wrap around my legs and tremble. There are three large fields we walk along but I hadn't made it to a third one in a long time so I can only mark my observation for just two of the fields. However as of last week she seems back to normal and walks the fields just fine now. I have absolutely no clue as to the cause of this behavior. She passed her vet checkup just fine. Even minus the dog's reaction, I can tell you I felt kind of odd about something outdoors I couldn't quite put my finger on, and now I don't. I think, taking a guess here, for me, it has something to do with the VA quake. The ground felt a bit "unsteady" to me for awhile and now it doesn't. I dont know if they stopped having aftershocks or not but I know I can't feel any at present. But I don't know what was up with my dog, I don't know if it was quake related or not. I wish I could just ask her.



posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 02:42 PM
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Strange, my two dogs have been acting weird all week. They usually only bark when they want to be let outside of the house but this past week they have been barking like crazy. I walk into the living room and they're standing around barking at nothing. I go and open the back door for them and they don't wanna go out. They're seriously barking at nothing and they have some serious pd off look on their faces like someone/something has just crossed the line with them. I try calming them down to no avail. Not sure what it is. They could just be trying irritate me maybe? I seriously thought the "big one" was about to hit all week haha.



posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 10:07 PM
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I am in North Carolina. Yes, my dog is exhibiting the same behavior. He seems to be scared at times, and I cannot figure it out. He is a herding dog, so he will push against me and try to "herd" me back towards where there is no open sky, like the treeline. Odd, isn't it?



posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 10:18 PM
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And to Xalandrius

et al . . .

Some of the folks of my value orientation . . . Pentecostal Chrisitan . . . believing that these are the END TIMES . . . have increasingly been convinced that

the earth has recently been increasingly flooded with demonic forces literally from hell.

Even if that's NOT true, it has appeared more and more that the fallen angels/"ET's" and their craft are upping the ante significantly in terms of more dramatic, more brazen and more frequent sightings.

And as Guy Malone of:

www.ancientofdays.net...

and

www.alienresistance.org...

has documented, there's a LOT of similarities in UFO abduction cases/ poltergeist cases and demonic harrassment/ oppression etc. cases.

I certainly believe that animals are often sensitive to spiritual dimension forces that many humans are not sensitive to.

One of the tell-tale indicators of something negative are the reports that many animals are showing essentially a kind of almost cowering or at least seeking of comfort and refuge vs confronting a challenge to their territory. I'd think that for many dogs, that would be quite opposite to their usual. And, it is common with negative spiritual forces.

I'd be interested in any spiritually sensitive Christians who have observed similar stuff with their animals.

Or, those of you who don't fit that category but know nearby Christians in your area . . . who are sensitive about such stuff--how about asking them how their animals have been doing recently in terms of such stuff???



posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 10:20 PM
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Originally posted by jdb51
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He is a herding dog, so he will push against me and try to "herd" me back towards where there is no open sky, like the treeline. Odd, isn't it?


Border collie?

I think that's very telling about herding you back to the treeline away from the open sky. Sure sounds like some fallen angel UFO type activities there.

Do you have an infrared camera capacity? Or night vision goggles? Do you know anyone in your area sensitive to demonic spiritual forces?



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 12:03 AM
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Hey OP/others with pets,

Have you had your pets checked out by a vet yet? Other then that, please keep updating us! The last month or so I've been keeping my eyes/ears open for signs of odd behaviour of animals because they some seem to be able to sense disaster. Could the Big One be coming? I don't have any pets so I can't add to muuch to this thread, BUT a few days ago I was sitting in my room on the computer in the middle of a bright day and a huge spider just creeped out from beside one of my cupboards and walked immediately towards me. That has never ever happened to me before. It almost seemed like it was on a mission. I was like 'hey, that's kinda odd'. Usually I'd only see spiders creeping around when it's dark, but this one walked right up to me from about 5 feet away and just stood there. Maybe that's a bit of a stretch, but I'll keep my eyes open!



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 12:09 AM
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Hello all - I have cats and lately they are out for my attention more than usual. I am in Australia on the east and in a rural setting. Sometimes my cats are just at me for attention. Last night was too quiet - no noises at all and I noticed it. Normally my male cat likes to be outside but he did not want to stay out last night.

Could be a mixture of HAARP, underlying Earth changes that are set to come, all the Spiritual changes in people. We have always known that animals can sense things before they come.

Much Peace...



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:20 AM
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I also live on the East coast, but about half hour inland from the city, so I'm still in a mostly urban area. As i posted before, it's my cats behavior that gets my attention more than the dogs.

I cannot go anywhere outside and not be attacked with affection! And especially the older one, if i ignore him, he starts to constantly meow and claw at me until i stroke him, and then he calms down completely. I can't even have my bedroom window open because he breaks the fly screen in his mission to get into my room! He was never like this before!

I think something big is on its way, and the animals are sensing something that we most definitely cannot feel...what other reason for the constant need for comfort and companionship to this degree!



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:32 AM
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animals are incredibly sensitive cretins.....then can sense many things that we cannot.....
obviously all your dogs can sense something, and they are trying to tell you...but as we cannot immediately interpret exactly what they are trying to tell us, i would keep an eye on other animals in the area....it may be that there is somekind of natural disaster (god forbid) on its way, or yes there may very well be aliens in the area


but i would keep an eye on the dogs and other cretins....if they start heading for the hills, please follow !

hopefully they will calm down...if their behaviour changes again, please post !


fluffx



posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 07:56 AM
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Recently...I took my cat to the Vet for a complete checkup.....blood draws...urine samples...etc...and he is healthy!

For the last week my cat follows me around from room to room....looks at me....talks a lot....and acts like he needs to protect me from something.

I am thinking that perhaps something globally is going to happen...but what?



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