Copyright Deborah Schurman-Kauflin, Ph.D.
Believe it or not animals are ghost detectors. In fact, they can sense all kinds of paranormal activity. They can spot a ghost, an alien, fairies, and all kinds of spectral entities. If you wonder whether something is in your home, look no further than your cat. Your furry friend will alert you when something is there.
Amazingly, cats are hypersensitive to the supernatural. They will actually seek it out. When you are in your home, you might notice that your cat will prowl around the perimeter of your home. Watch your cat when he is doing this. He’s looking for something. When an entity is around, your cat will take several daily tours around your rooms. You will notice that your cat will pause and look up. Sometimes he may hiss and arch his back. This tells you something is there.
Next, your kitty will actually try to speak to you with his meowing. He will vocalize and make noises to try to show you there is a spirit with you. When he won’t stop meowing, be on the lookout.
There are times that a bad spirit is lurking around. When this is happening, your cat will do one of two things. He will either attack it (or try to), or he will hide. You will notice your cat peeking out from a hiding place, watching. He will be reluctant to come out. This is because something is there, and it is scaring him.
Often, when this occurs, your cat will have a change in personality. A once friendly and loving animal will become mean and want to be alone. On the other hand, a cat who was always standoffish will want to be with you all the time. Watch out for any extreme change in behavior.
There are even times when a spirit can make your cat sick. This is a dangerous situation. If you see the change in your cat’s behavior and all of sudden, your furry friend gets ill, then be suspicious. At this point, you may have to get someone to come to your home and do a blessing to remove the entity. Naturally you don’t want to let anything to hurt your pet.
If you are asking whether a spirit is wandering around your home, just look to your cat. You can even ask your cat if he sees anything. When you ask, watch him. He might just lead you right to it.
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