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Originally posted by Jumbles
reply to post by Char-Lee
My condolences for your loss, Char-Lee, and my congratulations for your experience.
I had to euthanize my beloved female cat after many years together. While I was meditating a few weeks later, my male cat interrupted me, and for a few moments seemed to channel the energy/spirit of the female cat. For a brief few seconds I was sure she was visiting me through him and conveying wordlessly that she was okay and still loved me. Later my skeptical mind kicked in, of course, but the experience gave me some comfort nonetheless.
You may be interested in reading about psychics and animal communicators who claim to be able to contact the souls of living and departed animals. I hope and believe that humans have souls, so then logically more highly evolved creatures like dogs and cats would have them too.
P.S. You may also want to ponder the implications regarding my ATS signature.
Originally posted by SkyWatcher13
This is a beautiful thread. I'm glad I decided to read this and found out that so many pets visit their people after death, especially cats.
Off topic but this is one of my favorite sayings "dogs have masters, cats have servants". I may have to change my signature to that.
Originally posted by humphreysjim
Not to detract from your story, it obviously has meaning to you, but for me, only a person reasoning irrationally due to grief could ever make the link between experiencing a cold spot and encountering the spirit of a dead cat.
Making such a link is just completely without merit. If anyone but you, who were attached to the cat, and thinking about him, experienced the same sensation at the same time, in the same place, they would shrug it off as mundane and carry on with their day, but you were looking for something special, and you found it.
Treating this as evidence of ghosts is understandable for you, who has lost a cat, but for anyone else to go along with it is madness.edit on 9-10-2012 by humphreysjim because: (no reason given)