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Compelling evidence that cats have VERY powerful psychic capabilities??

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posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 08:10 AM
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Originally posted by justsaying
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So about the psychic thing. My favorite cat of all,Cuddles, died last spring. He was the sweetest cat but not too smart, which he made up for big time with the love he gave to me and my family. (He had climbed an electrical pole and was electrocuted so badly his body was still warm hours later. Half his body was singed.) It killed my family to lose him, especially in this way. But I have several stories about Cuddles that prove to me cats are psychic. Several years ago I had heard an animal psychic say on a radio program that in order to communicate with your cats, one must raise their vibration higher than we normally vibrate in order to be on the same wavelength as a cat, so that we would be on the same frequency with them so communication could be possible. I tried this several times until I realized that that frequency is the same as when we are seeing pictures or images unfold quickly in our minds, like when we fall asleep or when in meditation.Understanding where this "marker" was,I then tried to communicate with Cuddles first of all my cats. So, I tried this with him and was floored when we made the connection, it was amazing being on his level and I immediately was able to have "conversations" with him which mostly consisted of energy, thoughts and images he would show me, some of him reflecting back to me what I was thinking and feeling! Cuddles and I were even able to demonstrate this connection we established to my family on one day, in which I told one of my daughters I would have Cuddles kiss her, even though he was across the room. I connected with Cuddles, and asked him to go kiss my daughter. Within 30 seconds he got up, walked straight up to my daughter, jumped in her lap and smooched her face! So everyone in my family is now convinced this ability between cats and people are possible.
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That is really interesting. I wish I knew how to do that. One time I was away from my apartment and started worrying about my cat. When I got home there was something very weird. Nothing too bad, but I can imagine my cat might have sensed it and told me he was worried.
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posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 08:59 AM
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Cloudyday, I communicated with another of my cats, my older brown tabby who is super laid back, and realized he is actually um.....slow? Yeah it takes him longer to process anything, it seems he must have been born with a neurological problem. I've had him since 7 weeks old, and he seems to be as healthy as any of the others, but was pretty startled to find out he was like this. But he rules the house and has all the female kittens worshiping him, it's great!

Anyway, if you are further interested, there is an animal communicator named Karen Anderson, who was the one who helped me with Cuddles. She teaches animal communication classes over Skype, for no charge or at least it used to be, several times a year. If you google her and go to her site and sign up for her monthly newsletters, there will be announcements for when to sign up. I think it's awesome that she does this!



posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 09:58 AM
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Originally posted by justsaying
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Cloudyday, I communicated with another of my cats, my older brown tabby who is super laid back, and realized he is actually um.....slow? Yeah it takes him longer to process anything, it seems he must have been born with a neurological problem. I've had him since 7 weeks old, and he seems to be as healthy as any of the others, but was pretty startled to find out he was like this. But he rules the house and has all the female kittens worshiping him, it's great!

Anyway, if you are further interested, there is an animal communicator named Karen Anderson, who was the one who helped me with Cuddles. She teaches animal communication classes over Skype, for no charge or at least it used to be, several times a year. If you google her and go to her site and sign up for her monthly newsletters, there will be announcements for when to sign up. I think it's awesome that she does this!


Thanks! Imagine if they taught that at veterinary school...
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posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 02:14 PM
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Yes, the cat knows exactly what it's doing. Not you! Usually cats lick their prey before eating it to make sure it is tender enough to bite into. Did you not see the cat lick the baby's head? I did. So actually, your statement was horribly wrong. Just because someone doesn't trust a cat you think they shouldn't be trusted? You totally discredited yourself with such a stupid statement.



posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 04:18 PM
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Cats... Are they psychic? That I can not answer for sure but I also can not deny it either. I have dealt with cats my entire life(48), continually for 30 years now with no breaks. And I would want no other animal, be it domesticated or wild..... I am still waiting for my Cougar cub to show up.

About 14 years ago I had 3 cats that lived with me in my van and loved rural campgrounds as much as I did. NO People
Shortly after I moved here hubby (separate a couple years) and I were talking & he told me no more cats until the old girls passed. I asked "what if I get a sick or injured kid" His comment " I cannot deny you helping them. I know better." I walked outside and looked to the mountain. I asked if it is my purpose, bring my all your sick and injured.

The very next day, in the middle of winter, a little kitten showed up. Mind you, I live in a rural area and the nearest neighbor is to far for a little one to have found his way up here in his condition, on his own. He was about 5 to 6 weeks old if that and so sick the vet wanted to put him to sleep. I asked "if your child was sick and blind would you put him to sleep?" Anyway He was already missing one eye when I found him and would loose the other due to a virus. Which he did when he ruptured a week or so later. Now totally blind. This is my Little Dude.
(sorry link only worked for member) only pic in profile

My point with him is with absolutely NO eye balls, He knows how tall the trees are by the way he looks up and down them of different heights. I swear that even tho he can not see, He does see things some how. That has baffled me for years now. This kitty started me on my journey with the 4 legged and I know have 11 with another feral outside, pregnant and working on getting her in the house too.

My Shadow, the last of the original 3. I will leave this as brief and I can. She absolutely does not like it if I am angry or upset. If I am angry with hubby even if voice is kept low, she will come in and get on my lap doing all she can to calm me down. She was once chased up a very tall tree and I feared her falling and there was no way for me to climb up and get her. After a while of trying everything I could to get her down I sat down on the porch and started crying because it was getting dark soon and I knew she had to be getting dehydrated from the heat of the day. Had I known this hours earlier, anyways, She came down immediately.

Do cats remember, Hell yes. This is that last one of my bunch, minus the little girl outside. Tree (threefoot) Showed up a few years ago. And I absolutely hated him because he always came and kicked butt on my cats. They have all been fixed (broken as hubby says). They could not even sit on the porch with out him attacking them. A few years ago He showed up here with a small game trap on his foot. After getting him corralled we managed to get the trap off from him and he disappeared. Freaked I am sure. The following fall he showed back up. I was surprised he survived the last winter and was happy to see he had. I then spent many hours that winter sitting in the hay shed giving him food and attempting to get close to him. Anyways, towards the end of winter I finally got him to start coming in the window to the house where it was warm. I was froze every time I would finally come back in the house, often could not feel my fingers. So I know he was cold. Point of this story. After a couple years I run across the trap again and wanted to know if he remembered that because of people saying they do not remember. I call BS!

He absolutely did remember that trap and wanted nothing to do with it. So yes even years later they do remember. and one last thing before I close this book.

Cats can also talk to you in words we understand. This is only ONE of many examples I could give you. I have freaked out my son watching me do this. This one would be of wild child and her brother Hay Jay. Kittens that I got from the hay shed down at the end of our drive. If you are real quiet and really listen, your kids will talk to you too. I had been asking wild child what name she wanted. Because she wasn't so wild anymore and was time for a new name. One day I asked her and I heard the name Jenny. I turned and looked at her and vocally told her she could not have that name because it was a horses name. She looked me dead in the eyes and growled at me. With me replying "fine you can have Jenny."

Cats are nothing like dogs. The are very intelligent. And they have the best personalities. Not one of these kids are the same in any way shape or form. After 30 years, I have stories that would fill a many books on the ins and outs of kitty cats. They only stay because they want to. We have no say in that. Just one last note. If you de-claw a cat around me I will de-claw you with my trusty pliers....
I actually ran out of room & had to shorten it. will touch on babies and cats another time. all good

Shhh, I was never here.
Crazy Cat Lady


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posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 04:47 PM
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Originally posted by BrokenCircles
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Originally posted by JessopJessopJessop

Declawed? What kind of sick person would declaw a cat.

I care much more for my cat, than I do for almost all humans. I love him, and he loves me. If his claws had not been removed, he would have never made it to his first birthday.

You say I'm sick for getting his claws removed. I say I'm caring and forgiving for releasing my hands from around his throat. That was after the second time that he had caused an excessive amount of blood to profusely flow out from each of my 4 limbs, and my back.



Originally posted by JessopJessopJessop

People who declaw should not be allowed animals.
Allowed?? Who are you to decide whether or not a relationship between 2 living creatures should be allowed?

My furry lil friend has never been tied up to any type of leash or a rope.
My furry lil friend has never been in a cage.
My furry lil friend chooses to stay.

The decision has always been his, not mine. Between my cat and I, there is only one use for the word 'allowed.' [color=FFFBC2]He has always been allowed to leave, but he has chosen not to.


Have you considered if your cat doesn't like you and keeps attacking you that maybe you should give it to someone else?

It's not just my opinion, it's the opinion of all animal rights and vetenarians in the western world, apart from America. Once again it seems your nation is trailing behind the rest of us.

Declawing is ILLEGAL in a good part of the Western world.



posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 04:53 PM
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Originally posted by karen61057

Originally posted by JessopJessopJessop

Originally posted by PutAQuarterIn
love cats and believe theres ''something'' about them, but the second video is nothing special. My daughter used to self sooth eventually like that when she was that age. The cat was likely drawn to the pitch of the cry because it's the same pitch as a kittens cry. Also I hope the cat was declawed for the parents to let it paw at the baby (gentle though it was) Aside from my critique...nice article


Declawed? What kind of sick person would declaw a cat.

People who declaw should not be allowed animals. What is wrong with you Americans?


When its a $1600.00 leather sofa vs the cat with the claws guess what goes ? The claws. It is not inhumane. They leave the back ones if the cat ever gets out and needs to climb. My kitty was declawed and came home from the vets like nothing even happened. The vet even warned me that he was too active for just having had surgery and to watch him and try to keep him quiet. He never missed the claws. And it made him an easier cat to play with because he still acted like a cat and still played but could not scratch. Just soft little toes smaking at you.


I feel sick reading that. You actually think you have a right to declaw a cat because it scratched your couch? Have you ever considered, just for a moment, that there are others who can provide a better home than you can for the cat? No, you are so selfish that you think you have some god given right to declaw your cat for the sake of keeping it??

en.wikipedia.org...

Please, try to make an effort to evolve to the minimal moral standards of the rest of the world. This is 2011, mutilating your children and animals for the sake of it is not acceptable behavior, i'd argue it's not even sane behavior.



posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 04:56 PM
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Declawing is uncommon outside North America, and laws governing its practice vary. Many European countries prohibit or significantly restrict the practice, as do Australia, New Zealand, and Turkey. The list below gives an overview of the situation in different parts of the world.
[edit] Australia

In Australia, declawing has never been common, and for all practical purpose, does not exist. Nationwide legislation was recently enacted that prohibits the declawing of cats except for medical need of the cat.[14] The Australian Veterinary Association's policy states: "Surgical alteration to the natural state of an animal is acceptable only if it is necessary for the health and welfare of the animal concerned. Performance of any surgical procedure for other than legitimate medical reasons is unacceptable."[15]
[edit] Brazil

In Brazil, declawing is not allowed by the Federal Council of Veterinary Medicine.[16]
[edit] Israel

In Israel, The Knesset Education Committee voted unanimously to send a bill banning the declawing of cats. The bill has passed second and third readings on November 28th 2011, effectively making declawing a criminal offense.[17]
[edit] Europe

In many European countries the practice is forbidden either under the terms of the European Convention for the Protection of Pet Animals[18] or under Local Animal Abuse Laws, unless there it is for "veterinary medical reasons or for the benefit of any particular animal." Some European countries go further, such as Finland, Estonia,[19] the Netherlands, Germany and Switzerland,[20] where declawing cats for non-medical reasons is always illegal under their laws against cruelty to animals.

Austria
In Austria, the Federal Act on the Protection of Animals, in Section 7, states, surgical procedures "carried out for other than therapeutic or diagnostic purposes...are prohibited, in particular...declawing."[21]

United Kingdom
In the United Kingdom, declawing was outlawed by the Animal Welfare Act 2006, which explicitly prohibited "interference with the sensitive tissues or bone structure of the animal, otherwise than for the purposes of its medical treatment".[22] Even before the 2006 Act, however, declawing was extremely uncommon, to the extent that most people had never seen a declawed cat. The procedure was considered cruel by almost all British vets, who refused to perform it except on medical grounds. The Guide to Professional Conduct of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons stated that declawing was "only acceptable where, in the opinion of the veterinary surgeon, injury to the animal is likely to occur during normal activity. It is not acceptable if carried out for the convenience of the owner ... the removal of claws, particularly those which are weight bearing, to preclude damage to furnishings is not acceptable."[23]



posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 05:03 PM
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Just have this to say about de-clawing....DON'T. Even if your cat is strictly an inside cat, there is always a chance it could get out no matter how vigilant you are....and THAT can end up horribly. My ex Mother in Law had a beautiful cat who she loved very much. The cat stayed inside always, so (despite me begging them not to) they had her declawed so she wouldn't scratch the furniture. One day they left to go out of town for the day, and Smokey slipped past them on their way out without them noticing. When they came home, they couldn't find her. Eventually they found her outside....dead in the dog's pen. Apparently, she was on the fence and one of the dogs jumped up and grabbed her...and the two dogs played tug of war with her body and killed her. Can you imagine the terror that poor cat felt with no claws to defend herself? NEVER do this....there is always a chance they could escape and won't be able to fight back.This was so horrible it is hard for me to even type it, but people need to realize, a cat's claws are their DEFENSE if something attacks them....they are there for a reason. Buy your cat a cat tree or scratching post or make one. Mine love theirs and never use the furniture at all.
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posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 05:15 PM
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To the person who had their cat declawed because of furniture clawing.......I know you love your cat as much as anyone here and I won't judge you...but that is a natural part of cat behaviour. He is not thinking "I am gonna tear up this couch"....Cats do this not only to keep their claws sharp, but for marking territory.His way of saying these are my people and this is my home. As for him scratching or clawing you, read my post earlier in this thread. My cat put me in the hospital once from attacking me. Why? Because I made the stupid mistake of thinking of my cat in human terms. I tried to break up a fight between him and another Tom. (note" NEVER do this:lol
Many times, a cat will scratch or bite because we do something they don't like, and to them, that's just a reaction. You may already know all this, but if you can understand cat behaviour, and respect that, you should have minimal probs. They cannot be trained like dogs....cat's do their own thing...you either tolerate or you don't. Now that he is declawed though, just be extra careful he never gets out....and give him/her a scratch under the chin from me!

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posted on Dec, 24 2011 @ 04:42 AM
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Originally posted by JessopJessopJessop

Originally posted by BrokenCircles

I care much more for my cat, than I do for almost all humans. I love him, and [color=F7F725]he loves me.


Have you considered [color=F7F725]if your cat doesn't like you and keeps attacking you that maybe you should give it to someone else?


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posted on Dec, 24 2011 @ 06:10 AM
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Originally posted by BrokenCircles

Originally posted by JessopJessopJessop

Originally posted by BrokenCircles

I care much more for my cat, than I do for almost all humans. I love him, and [color=F7F725]he loves me.


Have you considered [color=F7F725]if your cat doesn't like you and keeps attacking you that maybe you should give it to someone else?


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Okay, then perhaps I buy a tiger or lion and declaw it and take it's teeth out because I love it and want to keep it.

Would anybody accept that?



posted on Dec, 24 2011 @ 06:17 AM
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Having just stumbled on a dead pheasant, a dead vole and a dead songbird on the lane outside my house, I think cats are vermin no better than foxes. I would cull each and everyone personally if I got half a chance. Here kitty kitty....
I wonder what they taste like?



posted on Dec, 24 2011 @ 08:24 AM
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Originally posted by JessopJessopJessop

Okay, then perhaps I buy a tiger or lion and declaw it and take it's teeth out because I love it and want to keep it.
Brilliant idea! Go for it. Sometimes the herd needs thinning.



posted on Dec, 24 2011 @ 09:23 AM
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Ok I just got sidetracked watching more cat vids on youtube..... LOL But the one you posted was very funny and it does seem like he "got caught" and tried to cover it up! I don't discount that theory at all.



posted on Dec, 24 2011 @ 09:29 AM
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*yawn*.....nice try at being vile. Why do people post things like this (the "taste of cats" comment)? Do you just get off on trying to offend or do you just like to see if you can get a rise out of people? I don't get it. If you don't like cats, don't read cat threads....simple.



posted on Dec, 24 2011 @ 09:39 AM
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Originally posted by starchild10
Having just stumbled on a dead pheasant, a dead vole and a dead songbird on the lane outside my house, I think cats are vermin no better than foxes. I would cull each and everyone personally if I got half a chance. Here kitty kitty....
I wonder what they taste like?


Starchild eh?

If you consider yourself a Star Child...you just gave a black eye to your whole movement with your insensitive post.

Maybe ET wonders what you taste like....

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posted on Dec, 24 2011 @ 09:49 AM
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Thank you Destinyone and StealthyKat for your responses. I am in a snit of a mood now due to another dumb comment in another thread that got my pressure up and decided I needed to not get corralled into this stupid comment as well. Seems like this poster is baiting, and it's Christmas Eve, and I need to abstain.

Merry Christmas everyone!



posted on Dec, 24 2011 @ 09:54 AM
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Sorry but it's time besotted cat owners woke up to the damage these predators are doing to the wildlife. These creatures which don't give a fig for you. Creatures which will go where they feel warm and comfortable. You one day, someone else the next maybe. They kill and torture their prey not because they are hungry but because it's in their nature. What's to like? I think owning more than two cats at a time should be made a capital offence.



posted on Dec, 24 2011 @ 09:57 AM
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Originally posted by starchild10
Sorry but it's time besotted cat owners woke up to the damage these predators are doing to the wildlife. These creatures which don't give a fig for you. Creatures which will go where they feel warm and comfortable. You one day, someone else the next maybe. They kill and torture their prey not because they are hungry but because it's in their nature. What's to like? I think owning more than two cats at a time should be made a capital offence.


What...only found coal in your stocking...

That's all that Santa gives to Trolls....

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU FROM ALL THE LOVING FUR BABIES....May they fill your coal laden stocking with mice



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