Squeakings from Squeakers

Ghost Paws

September 14th 2009 8:19 pm
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This is so weird.
It doesn't happen every night, but at least twice a week. I go to bed, and as soon as I turn the light out and start to fall asleep, but am still somewhat awake, I seem to feel "something" jump up on the bed and walk over to me. At first, I think it's Sandy, so I either sit up and turn the light back on, or I just look over and either Sandy is lying right next to me or somewhere on the bed, or hasn't come to bed yet.
Sometimes, but not very often anymore, when I sleep over at my mom's house, I used to feel a cat jump up on the bed (but my mom doesn't have a cat. .. yet) and I just laughed and thought I was so used to one (or both) cats jumping on my bed to "kiss me/knead me goodnight", but that doesn't happen anymore. Although the first time that ever happened was when I was in the hospital for my gallbladder operation. . .but then, I was on painkillers, an IV, and I had been up for at least 20 hours!
After Squeakers left for the bridge, I had Sandy with me. She always sleeps with me. .. . Squeakers, not that much since Sandy came. So I hadn't felt any "ghost cat walking" until about a month ago.
I wonder if Squeakers is trying to tell me something. . or is just trying to tuck me in! MOL!
Or. .. maybe it's not Squeakers at all. .. maybe I'm just a crazy cat lady needing more sleep!
I never told anyone. . .and who knows, maybe Squeakers wants me to keep her secret. Besides, I know if I told my mom or my friend Jen, they'd both roll their eyes like I was some kind of nut.
Maybe I am.
Though I have read things about telepathy, even from beyond "The Bridge" and believe it is possible. Especially since I did experience a telepathic connection between me and my sweet Squeakers about two months after she left me. She showed me that she was okay, I even saw her with a friend, a sad dog that she was keeping company with. I know that she misses me even more than I miss her, but that she's okday. . and so am I.
When Sandy choses to leave this Earth. . I will be devastated, but I think I will be able to connect with her too.

On one of her earlier diary entries, about her waking me up by walking on me, Squeakers once said:

"These paws were made for walkin'
And that's just what they'll do
Every morning these paws
Are gonna walk all over you!"

Still it continues. .. except at night!

 
 

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Purred by: Hazel Lucy

September 15th 2009 at 3:58 am

How wonderful that Squeakers does this!
Love knows no boundaries!
Purred by: Rocky Ann Forever (Catster Member)

September 15th 2009 at 5:41 am

I'd like to think that it is Squeakers visiting you.
Purred by: Willow. Rainbow Bridge. (Catster Member)

September 15th 2009 at 11:28 am

We are sure that it is Squeakers visiting you, checking up on you & letting you know that she is still around.
Mum experiences these things too.

The Cornish crew.
XXXXXXX
Purred by: Tilly (Catster Member)

September 15th 2009 at 7:13 pm

When mummy lost Rhea, she said that once in a while she would see her out of the corner of her eye. She also has Rhea's name tag on her keys, she lost it and was gutted, but then one day as daddy got out the car there it sat on the newly cut garden just looking at him, mummy says that was Rhea telling her to get me.

We believe that it is Squeaker visiting you, just to let you know she is okay at RB. Mummy laughed at the crazy cat lady, as this is what they call her at work, but she would not change a thing and totally understand you.

Love Tilly and her mummy xx
Purred by: Kristina R

April 23rd 2011 at 12:40 am

Meowmy certainly believes that it is Squeakers visiting you!! Does this still happen?
Purred by: Niki M

May 5th 2011 at 10:17 pm

It doesn't happen that often anymore, unfortunately.


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