Do you ever wonder what your cat is thinking? I believe cats are very psychic and that they have an active astral travel life that allows them to know a whole lot more about our lives and what we're doing when we're out of the house than we imagine.
Cats sometimes lay on our bellies when we're sick, causing us to wonder if they know. They’ll snuggle up to our face as we cry, seeming to nurture and support us in our sadness. A skeptic will say they just want the attention, but I've seen cats contort themselves into very strange positions in order to lay on an injured part of my body, and I've seen two cats try to lay on a person's belly when that person was sitting upright and we were talking about the feelings of blockage they felt in exactly that place. Not only did the kitties know there was a need for energy healing in that body region, but they waited until we were talking about it -- until our mental energies were directed to that area.
When I travel, my cat, Mango, sleeps under the table for my entire trip, only to emerge a day or two before I return. While I'm away, I catch little glimpses of her furry orange aura in my hotel room. Seeing the spirit of a human or an animal is often just a quick flash. It's like a sense of a vision rather than a strong picture.
Trusting in your cat's psychic attunement and talking to her telepathically will help develop a psychic connection with her. You can ask her if she likes her food or if she has other requests. Then listen to the thoughts that immediately come to your mind. This practice will also help you develop your own psychic gifts.
Your cat is most definitely psychic -- and she's waiting for you to catch up!