Originally Posted by joecool
sashacat421, do you actually see them?
like as though they are still alive? that must be neat, i wonder if the other kitties play with the ghost kitties?
No, not as if they are alive, but I see through them, they are transparent and the visions are weak at times, but they're there. The other night I awoke for no good reason at 3 am and Sasha was sitting up on the bed staring down the hall. I knew it was SiSi (his mama) and I said to him, "do you see her honey?" he just keep peering down the hall. I knew it was her and I saw her only for a flicker. Sasha settled back down, hummed to himself, and was happy.
When the wind blows in the backyard, I see Freddie all over. He was our kitten who died of leukemia two years ago, the happiest most angelic kitten I ever knew. He has a very special spot out back where we buried him in his basket, with his red Christmas ball. I see him there ALL the time, he's so happy!
For two summers now, Sasha has sat in the backyard sometimes at sunset, having a major conversation with something sitting in front of him that we can't see. The neighbors even call me on the phone, it's very peculiar.
Another member, Bossinova, lost her cat and she lives the next town over from me here, and she asked if I would come help her look after 7 days, during last winter. I knew the moment she called me that Gypsy was alive. I knew Gyspy was in a blue house, and the owners left and she got stuck. So I told Jen and a week later Gypsy appeared. I told her to go check the little blue house down the street, was it occupied? And she said "they're home!".
Everybody knows what happened to Teufel, Fwan's beloved kitty. I was so scared I'd upset her, that I sent her a private, gentle message through a Moderator, to tell her Teufel was alive.
Just stuff like that.
But sparingly, sparingly.
But it doesn't always bring happiness. I knew SiSi's fate within 72 hours. It filled my soul with so much pain, I could not function for a week, my best friend of 11 years was gone. I cannot hide truths, even from myself.