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In Dreams

August 31st 2011 11:10 pm
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Alex (and her mom) have been talking about waiting on that special visit from any kitty that leaves us. I've been waiting for Casey to come to me in my dreams.

She hasn't really yet (although I think she left her mark on her ashes box). Last night I dreamt of losing her; not being able to find her. My ex boyfriend was in the dream. In real life, he's known Casey since I brought her home. He was in the dream and I remember calling out to Casey and a cat named Princess. When I woke up I recalled that Casey's mom's name was Princess. My niece would feed the stray/feral cat in the area that they lived. She called her Princess. When Princess had kittens - Casey was one of them which I brought home. In my dream Princess was a white cat. I'm going to get in touch with my niece to find out what color was Princess because I don't remember.

So...even though in my dream I didn't see Casey, I think in time, I will.
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Purred by: SKIDS KITTY gone, never forgot (Catster Member)

September 1st 2011 at 9:32 am

AWWW that is so cool I hope you see Casey soon, mom never has had a dream of me but dad said only a few days after I left for the bridge, he had a dream of me. He didn't give mom the details just that he dreamed of me and it was like i came to let him know "everything's alrgiht"
Mom would love to dream of me with her one more time.
Purred by: Alex (sweet angel girl) (Catster Member)

September 1st 2011 at 11:20 am

You will. Sometimes they have to "work their way in". There's a lot of emotions to muck through. If Princess doesn't turn out to be white, no matter. Dreams are symbols and white is purity. And your love for Casey was pure.


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