Several years ago, he and his girlfriend owned two cats. And they were perfectly normal cats, make no mistake. It started as a strange meowing in the hallway. They wrote this off as just one of their two cats playing around, big deal, even though they never saw the cats nearby when it happened. This went on for a while, until one night the strangest thing happened.
No cat. But there is… something. The best I can describe it is as distorted pixels. Its a small mass that looks like when they censor something on T. He watched, confused, as whatever it was moved across the bed. In another case, Reddit user beemcnee described her bizarre experience with a random ghost cat that seemingly glitched into existence, only to disappear just as quickly. She had been asleep one morning when she felt a cat jump up onto her bed, then to her feet, and up to her stomach. It curled up and, thinking it was her Calico cat, she began to pet it.
Until I noticed that it was not the calico Booboo, but instead an orange tabby!!! And then, in a blink of an eye, there was no cat at all. So I looked at Cleo, and we both were staying still on the couch. Two years ago, Reddit user Katweasel shared a story about her year-old cat, who unfortunately had to be put to sleep earlier that week. A few days later, after walking over by the kitchen pantry, she was hit with the overwhelming odor of cat urine. Now, this might not seem too odd.
Not only could it have perhaps been a remnant of her deceased cat, but there were also two other cats in the house. However, those two cats were asleep in the bedroom at the time, and the door to the pantry had been open. The smell was far too intense and fresh, she explained, and focused on one specific area — the two middle shelves, where it was unlikely either of the living cats would reach.
That, and absolutely nothing was wet. She even went and brought one of her other kittens into the kitchen to see if she would react, but nothing happened. And then, just like that, the smell disappeared. There was no trace of any smell. All day i was wondering. Many hauntings have involved phantom scents, be they of cologne or perfume, cigar smoke, or other smells associated with the individual who passed away. Perhaps the same can be said of cats and other animals. Many have claimed over the years to have experienced so-called Shadow People.
These are strange, humanoid shadows that sometimes appear fully formed, other times undefined or blob-like. Another very bizarre account is that told by Redditor multicrazy It was an experience that happened when he very young. A dream? Possibly, but the way he told it, the memory was just too vivid to be a dream. That later account sounds much more like a traditional shadow person experience. But what, then, do we make of the large shadow cat? As with any haunting, the most profound sign is outright visual manifestation. This, however, can happen in many stages and and take many forms.
Brief glimpses of cat-like shapes not of this world. The aforementioned shadows. Full body apparitions are something else. They can appear solid, as if the person or animal were standing in front of you clear as day. Or, they can seem transparent, a kind of ghostly projection.
An account shared by Reddit user CapMarvel91 involved one such transparent manifestation. It had colour, but it was transparent…It took two steps and disappeared in front of my eyes! She knew only that it had been hit by a car, and the family had buried it in their flower bed in the backyard. Apparitions of full cats, which seem almost completely real, are also known to occur. He gave the room a quick passing glance, and noticed a cat lounging on the bed. No cat to be found. I described the cat to her and she said that she knew what I had seen, it was her dead cat, Ginna. She then went and got a photo of him and lo and behold, it was the cat I had seen.
Well, there you have it.
5 Signs A Ghost Cat Is Haunting You Right Now
Have you ever encountered a ghost pet, or experienced any of the strange signs listed above? Feel free to share in the comments below! Subscribe to receive posts from Stranger Dimensions by email. Rob Schwarz is a writer, blogger, and part-time peddler of mysterious tales. He manages Stranger Dimensions in between changing aquarium filters and reading bad novels about mermaids.
After my cat Alice died 5 years ago, I would be walking to the store and I felt her presence walking behind me for at least a years time, and every now and then, she is happy we have cats! My cat rose died 6 years ago and I steel feel her presence and I hear a meow once every few minutes and I see a shadow of a cat. Our cat was a little over 15 years old when she died a few weeks ago. So sorry for your loss my cat Mercury was 15 he had nasal lymphoma I still hear him my thoughts are with you Michelle x.
I asked him to do that before he left us. My cat Charlie died last month and I strongly feel his presence. He used to go walking with me and I have the sense of him at my heel. I also feel him kneading the bed and hear his mew. May people who experience cat ghosts seem to enjoy the experience. The relationship continues with no cat liter cleaning or food buying! They also need sleep and not to get worn down. This changes our view of life and the world forever.
Thank god for God. Unfortunately, there are not many of either profession who really understand this stuff as well as you the author does. Cat ghosts, per se, can be the tip of the iceberg. I ended hanging out with her and my good friend jason,jason insisted we hang at his house. I loved Gracie very much we had nine wonderful years together, she passed from this world too early due to cancer. Last night she meowed around a. She gave this call when searching for anyone to know if she was alone. I checked for other cats outside finding none. Trixie my living, breathing cat was asleep.
The bed jiggled as something jumped up and began to walk around me. Small, lite steps. The cold chill spread up my spine. As there was nothing to be seen. As I talked to her spirit she settled down and i was left sitting in the dark. They apparently had the ability to smell, and in one case had to learn how to walk through walls and doors. The cat called to be let up from the basement. It acted like a living cat not knowing its paranormal abilities.
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