Cat walking on my bed?
Posted 05 March 2004 - 08:19 PM
Posted 07 March 2004 - 10:35 AM
Posted 07 March 2004 - 10:57 AM
They like to visit my Grandmother alot more.
I think Gram's awareness is stronger.
Posted 29 April 2004 - 11:15 AM
Posted 29 April 2004 - 11:53 AM
This exact type of thing was what originally alerted us to the presence of Mr. Washington.
Before we ever had any other paranormal goings-on, it all began when I was laying on the bed trying to nap one afternoon, and felt a cat jump onto the mattress and walk across. Since we have four cats (well, we only had 2 at the time) I figured it was one of them. It was daylight, it wasn't dark in the room, and I picked my head up and looked behind me to see which cat had jumped up with me, and there was nobody there. I knew I hadn't felt it jump down, but I looked over the sides of the bed to see if there was a cat on the floor, just to prove to myself that I wasn't cracking up. Nothing.
I got up and went into the living room, and there, cuddled under a pile of bed clothes that needed to be washed that had been tossed onto the couch earlier in the morning, were Ralphie and Eugene. They had both been sleeping there since earlier in the morning when I had put the stuff there so I'd remember to wash it that day.
I told my hubby about it, and he said to me, "Y'know, I have felt that a few times and when I looked, neither one of the boys was in the room, but I didn't say anything to you because I was afraid you'd make fun of me."
After that, we started seeing other things that we felt had to be a cat or cats. There is a small shadow that cavorts through the house, particularly when our cats have just been playing. It has a bouncy gait and even though it's very shadowy, there is no mistaking when you see it.
About a month ago I was sitting at my computer one Saturday morning, and I saw a very light gray/white cat run out from under my computer desk and dart into a corner behind a chest of drawers we have. My first thought was that a stray from the neighborhood had gotten in, and since the chest of drawers butts right up against the wall and there is about a two foot space between the chest and the wall where it meets the corner of the room, there was noplace for the cat to go but there. There's a cat bed in that corner, that's it. I rolled over to have a look-see, and there was nothing there. Then suddenly a white shadow skittered out from the corner and disappeared. It was only after I sat and thought about it for a moment that it dawned on me that the shadow was transparent.
I have taken loads of pictures of my cats, and in probably 80% of them, there is this ever-present, small, VERY bright orb that appears to be vibrating. All I can figure is that this is the energy of the cat I saw, and it had managed to materialize into an actual apparition on the morning in question.
Posted 29 April 2004 - 12:03 PM
Posted 02 May 2004 - 10:48 AM
Posted 28 September 2006 - 12:54 PM
Can anyone explain this? I guess as long as we are in no danger there is really nothing we can do about it.
Posted 28 September 2006 - 02:46 PM
I do have a friend that claims her cat that passed away comes back all the time. She said she has seen him, and has felt that same feeling of him walking across the bed. She also says she leaves his cat toys out, and they move around quite often.
Posted 28 September 2006 - 03:02 PM
The previous owner of our house had a cat, because my dad has a really sensitive nose and his allergies started to set in, I think that he also found cat hairs everywhere.
I have felt a ghost cat jump up on the bed with me a few times before, I know because I could feel the energy of a cat and not a dog or other kind of animal. Cats have a unique type of energy about them, just like any other being.
Up until now I thought that I was just hallucinating, but I always knew that it was a cat that I had felt. Next time I'll try to communicate with it(goodluck with that, I say to myself).
Edited by JDulius, 28 September 2006 - 03:02 PM.
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