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The Meaning Behind Dreams About Cats

Updated on November 22, 2015
Cats make marvelous dream symbols
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This guide to interpreting dream cats covers a few of the most common aspects of cats as dream symbols such as:

  • Symbols of Self
  • Vulnerability
  • Mystery and Intuition
  • Cats in Women's Dreams
  • Male Sex Appeal

While reading, one should allow one's own ideas as to what one's cat dream meaning.

Use this guide as a starting point for finding meaning in cat dreams, not as the final word.

Cat Dreams are Rarely Black and White

Sylvester J. Purrfecat, My Very Own Puddy-Tat
Sylvester J. Purrfecat, My Very Own Puddy-Tat | Source
Sylvester J. Purrfecat, My Very Own Puddy-Tat
Sylvester J. Purrfecat, My Very Own Puddy-Tat | Source


Cats. If there is one thing to be said about them, it's said in French. They really do have that undefinable je ne sais quoi.

Anything so wonderful, where the only way to describe it is in a foreign language, makes it obvious that they'd be dream symbols.

Dreams themselves are communications that are typically foreign to the waking mind. The unconscious does not impart information in a verbal form like the conscious mind does. The unconscious mind communicates through symbols that must be interpreted if one wishes to understand the communique coming into consciousness from the unconscious.

Think of dreams as messages needing interpretation. Much like how one would need to interpret a message written in a foreign language.

The Self, Shadow, and Anima

When interpreting cats as dream symbols, it is important to rely on one's own associations with cats. Few animals provoke more disparate emotions.

For example, the animal worshipped by the ancients Egyptians is the same one reviled by the Puritans as demonic heralds.

Cats, in addition to being symbolic of more everyday concepts like vulnerability, can also represent some of the deeper concepts in Jungian psychology such as the:

Animals in particular are used as expressions of the Self in dreams. Especially the parts that are hidden, such as visceral emotional responses or impulses that are unconscious. Cats can symbolize those concepts, but they also make for shadow and anima symbols.

As hadow symbols, cats can be "shadow gold." This means that they can stand in for the parts of the self that one secretly prizes and treasures, or symbolize those elements of self one hides and reviles.

As anima symbols, cats represent the female side of the male psyche and how well a man relates to concepts like relating to the intuition.

Cats can symbolize vulnerability
Cats can symbolize vulnerability


Cats, more so than dogs, are often prized for and associated with independence and self-sustainability. However, the image of the helpless kitten in the tree is also one firmly ingrained in the collective unconscious.

If one dreams about kittens, especially newborn kittens, or loudly mewing and unseen cats, it may be an indication that the dreamer feels not only vulnerable, but unable to get help.

The dreamer should look to waking life and ascertain if he or she is not being heard, or if the problem is the inability to ask for assistance.

Many times, those who are most independent are also those completely unaccustomed to asking for help.

Dreams of kittens might also mean that the dreamer has embarked on a new project or phase of life that is in a vulnerable state and needs nurturing.

It is important to nuture one's self as much as one nurtures others.

The many faces of cat dreams.
The many faces of cat dreams.

When Women Dream of Cats

Self Perception

If a female dreams about a cat or cats, the cats are usually symbols of how the woman views herself. This personal perception includes not only how the woman thinks of herself physically, but also how she relates to her intuition, her creativity, and how she sees herself in relation to men.

Healthy cats in dreams can indicated that a woman has a high level of self-confidence.

Self-confidence is quite different from arrogance. Self-confidence indicates a sense of comfort with one's self. One feels completely comfortable in one's own skin. One trusts the intuition and the decisions made based on that intuition.

Dream cats in great condition can also mean that a woman is comfortable with her personal power.


Power is not synonymous with control. Controlling people attempt to keep tabs and direct everything and everyone around them precisely because they feel they have no power. Power is neutral, it is neither good nor evil.

Power is one's ability to affect change, not one's ability to boss others around, be a domineering control freak, or micromanage. Power comes from trusting one's self, from knowing one can get results, not obsessing over change.

Powerful people rarely need to tell anyone about their power. Just as the sun has no need to rise and announce its brilliance, the true power shines from a person on its own. It needs no herald announcing its presence.

Cats are symbols of intuition.
Cats are symbols of intuition. | Source

Mystery and Intuition

Intuition is often seen as a mysterious and aloof feeling that comes and goes as it pleases. That sounds very much like the animal being analyzed here. Cats in dreams sometimes are simply symbols of the intuition. Whether the intuition is being heeded or ignored can be ascertained by checking the appearance and health of the cat.

  • Healthy cats can indicate a healthy intuitive nature.
  • Sick or diseased cats can mean that there exists an imbalance between the intellect and the intuition. Dreaming about sick cats can therefore mean that the dreamer would do well to start valuing intuition a little more. Because, just like a cat, it will come around more the more it is valued.

Male Sex Appeal

Cats appearing in men's dreams hold a meaning similar to that of a women's. However, the focus of the cat is more outward than inward.

Cats in men's dreams typically indicate how he views the opposite sex to perceive him, or what his attitudes toward the opposite sex are. While, as mentioned, a cat in a woman's dream often indicates how well she feels about herself and her own independence,

  • If a cat is purring or climbing on the man, it can mean that he feels that the opposite sex finds him attractive and that he feels comfortable in his relationships with women.
  • If the cat is hissing or scratching, it can mean that he feels rejected by women. Or, it could mean that his current relationships with women are strained. It could also indicate that he feels the women in his life are unable to be pleased, not to be trusted, overbearing, or just downright mean in which case the dream may mean it is time to reassess his relationships.


Cats in dreams are as complex as they are in life.

As previously explored in this article, cats can symbolize everything from independence to vulnerability. Anytime a symbol comes with a rich mythological history, it is a sure sign that the symbol has great meaning and is a potential source of valuable information. Given cats’ prominent role in mythology, they certainly qualify as important dream symbols.

The information they bring in the dream world can assist the dreamer in her waking life. Just like their waking life counterparts, dream cats demand and deserve attention when they show up in one's nocturnal visions.


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      Helen Murphy Howell 5 years ago from Fife, Scotland

      This is another fascinating hub. I read this one in particular, as I don't dream about cats at all usually. I just found the content very interesting indeed. I look forward to reading more of your hubs!

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      Rosemary Sadler 5 years ago from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand

      I don't remember my dreams but I found this subject very interesting.

      Well written.

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      Marissa D. Carnahan 4 years ago from Nevada

      Good gracious! Is that black and white kitty yours? He looks just like my kitty - her name was Tic Tac. I had her from the time I was 4 until we had to put her down last year when I was 21. Tuxedo cats I believe is what they are called XD

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      EsmeSanBona 4 years ago from Macon

      Yes indeed! That black and white kitty is all mine. He was just a wee baby when I took those snaps. And yep, you are absolutely correct, there call those black and white kids tuxedos. I read somewhere that they are meant to be "smarter" than other color cats, but I have no idea how that is meant to be measured or what coat color affects intelligence. But it must be true--I read it on the internet. LOL.

      Tic Tac is such a cute name--where did you get it?

      I'm so sorry about your loss. I have my kitty and my dog who is in my article on dog dreams. I dread the day I will lose them, dread it so much. I am connected at the heart with them. I try just being grateful for the time I'm having with them and being happy knowing that I'm giving them an excellent life. But wow, losing a pet is like losing a best friend. I think sometimes people don't allow others enough time to grieve for their pets. I treat it like a serious loss. I hope you are feeling better after losing yours.

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      Marissa D. Carnahan 4 years ago from Nevada

      When I was 4, my dad and I were driving somewhere and he asked me what I wanted to name the kitty I was about to get. And at that moment I had a bottle of orange Tic Tac mints in my hand...So I looked at my dad and said, "I want to name her Tic Tac." And the rest is history. She was everything to me. And people who do not like cats would never be able to understand that. When you are close to your kitty and "raise" it, they are family. She was a best friend growing up. When my dad told me that we had to put her down last year, I was devastated. She was beginning to have health problems that the Vet said would only progress and cause her pain. So because we loved her so much, we decided it was best to let her go - to spare her the pain. It broke my heart and even typing this is bringing tears to my eyes. She was the greatest kitty. I will never forget her. I'm glad you cherish your pets - they deserve so much love.

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      EsmeSanBona 4 years ago from Macon

      That is such an awesome story. I always wonder why people get their pet names from and especially how kids choose names. Tic Tac just sounds cool.

      You are right about people sometimes being unsympathetic. What bothers me about the lack of sympathy is that I get that they don't get it, but why can't they get that someone else does? There are a lot of things that people are involved in that I either don't like, don't understand, find boring, etc. But I get that other people do like, do understand, and find those things exciting and wonderful and IMHO they should be allowed that. And when that which someone else gets involves love...well, love should be respected. I imagine you're still grieving...that's something else that people sometimes don't understand. When we initially suffer a loss, we're still in shock, we may cry and grieve, but we're still just trying to get used to the loss. There is no time limit on how to process things, but oftentimes, people who suffer a loss don't really grieve until the time that most people think they should be "over it." Love isn't something that just goes away. And even though it always stays, even though love is never wasted, it is only natural to miss the object of one's affection, to miss seeing them, holding them.

      I believe you did an honorable and loving thing for Tic Tac. I have read that letting an animal in pain that you love go is the last act of love you will ever show it. When the decision is made to put a beloved pet down--one that you'd gladly keep around a hundred more years--because you are putting her feelings and her pain first, I believe that is an act of true love because you know how bad you will hurt, but make your pain secondary.

      I do cherish my pets. I talk to them like they are three year olds (which I'm sure they probably find annoying) and tell them over and over again: "I love you all the ways and all the times!"

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      Marissa D. Carnahan 4 years ago from Nevada

      That is beautiful... about putting down an animal in pain being the last act of love you show. By putting their feelings and pain first. Knowing that we did that for her makes it so much easier to come to terms with. Thank you so much, Esme.

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      EsmeSanBona 4 years ago from Macon

      You're welcome and it's all true. :-)

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      idigwebsites 4 years ago from United States

      Hmmmmm... I've never dreamt of a cat yet, but this hub sure will find answers for me in case I dream of a feline being. Voted up and interesting.

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      EsmeSanBona 4 years ago from Macon

      Thank you so much! I appreciate both the feedback and the support!

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      Tracy 4 years ago from Massachusetts

      Thank you so much, this was very interesting i have dreams all the time about large cats and have always wondered what that meant. They are usually healthy cats, and most of the time they seem to want to come after me but never do or they want to eat my chickens. I'm still a little confused, which makes me happy to have read your hub, I really want to look into it more! Thank you!!

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      EsmeSanBona 4 years ago from Macon

      I am so happy this hub encouraged you to do more investigation. That's what I hope all the hubs I write on dream interpretation do. I want people to be inspired to interpret their own dreams and try to kind of illustrate how one might go about doing that. You are the only person who can accurately interpret your dreams. Articles like this can point you in the right direction toward doing that, but are the ultimate authority.

      I usually go about asking lots and lots of questions about the dream symbol that shows up in my dream. Here are some questions I would ask if I were experiencing your recurrent dream.

      You state that the cats are large. Are they normal big or crazy dream big? Are they a specific color or is there a color more prominent than others in the dream? Are the cats stalking you or are they chasing you or your cats? What is your response to the cats? What are your experiences and associations with cats? Do you like cats? Do you hate them? Why? How do you feel about chickens? Are your chickens your pets? Are they laying hens? Think about the word chicken, the way in which it can be used--a person is a "chicken" when that person is a coward. Could cat be something trying to steal your bravery? What is going on in your life when you dream of cats?

      Think about those questions and let me know if any of that helped you decipher your dream.

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      Tracy 4 years ago from Massachusetts

      Wow you are great! Great questions. The cats in my dreams are big cats but what i mean is cats like a puma or tigers. I have seen pumas when i was a child they would come up to my house at night and hang around on my deck. I do not own any cats, but i do have pet chickens a rooster and 9 laying hens. I am a wildlife rehabilitator so i get crazy animals all the time, never any large cats, I wouldn't say that i am terrified of them i respect them and would never want to cross paths with them. the cats aren't chasing me, but in my dreams i feel like they would come after me, never have they attacked my chickens or myself in my dreams. I love cats especially the large wild cats, i am concerned that a lot of them are becoming endangered. In my dreams i am scared of them though. I have a few books on dreams and one on animals that are in your dreams, I have read some parts of the books but i am def going to read about cats! I loved your article too! I'm still not sure what to think of the dream and still going to research it a little more. Thank you!

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      EsmeSanBona 4 years ago from Macon

      While researching, also take into account the emotions you feel in the dream.

      The theme I see in your answers is one of protection and keeping that which is vulnerable safe from attack. You might want to consider if there was anyone or any part of you that feels vulnerable when you have these dreams.

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      ESLulu 4 years ago

      Thank you for the insight, woven in a dream I had this morning, I was in a community...vary quaint close together houses and low shrubbery...and every house had a cat. All the same variety, but I could not place the breed.

      In a large room I walked into, shelves lined the wall and they were full of cats....hundreds of them, and all very happy to be there. I instinctively knew they were female, and all the ones outside were male. All were healthy and absolutely beautiful. A certain number of them, both inside and outside had a silky gold tone to their coat.

      Anyhow, thank you so much for your write up, it really helped me :)

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      EsmeSanBona 4 years ago from Macon

      Thank you so much for your comment--I'm glad it helped you!

      Your dream sounds amazing and beautiful.

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      QueenMums 4 years ago

      So, I recently started dating a guy I truly believe is my soulmate. He has introduced me to a whole new world of spiritual awakening and finding my true self. Anyway...since meeting him I have started documenting my dreams to help with interpretation and in self discovery. Last night I dreamed he was at my house and with my help put a Sphinx cat in a cage. The cat didn't fight, and actually seemed content sitting in the cage. Do you have any idea what this dream could mean???

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      PJ'smom 4 years ago

      I came to your website because of two interesting dreams I've had almost back to back. The first dream consisted of two completely black cats. I did not know these cats but came to know them to the point to stroking and petting them. We were very loving toward each other. I remember the energy being very good between us. the next night I had another dream that started with a single black cat. It was curled up by my upper torso and I was petting it. Again the energy was good but I remember sensing that the cat needed love. I looked over and saw the 2 cats from my previous dream. We recognized each other. They in turn jumped up in my bed very close to my head and I began to stroke them. I remember feeling happy that they recognized me. I don't remember feeling frightened or in any way in danger. Any ideas what this may mean.

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      EsmeSanBona 4 years ago from Macon


      The best way to interpret dreams is with your own information so let me see if I can help you ask some questions about your dream that may help you do that.

      First, do you now or have you ever had a Sphinx? What do you think of when you think of that kind of cat? That breed is very specific, so you might want to think of that.

      The Sphinx is also an enigma from mythology who asks a riddle, much like your dream. Why do you think any animal would be happy caged?

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      EsmeSanBona 4 years ago from Macon


      Can you tell me what it is about these dreams that intrigue you? I ask because it sounds as if it is more the emotional quality rather than the imagery that resonates with you and this is always important. Anytime a dream's emotional content captures the mind this generally means that the dream is really hitting home.

      In dreams, animals often represent parts of one's self, particularly parts that are more "wild" or undeveloped or unrecognized. You point out that you and the cats "recognize" each other. Is there perhaps a part of yourself that you previously felt was foreign that you are becoming more comfortable with? Is there a part even that perhaps you may have been afraid of that you are now learning to love or nurture?

      For example, (and this is just something coming off the top of my head--nothing based on the dream symbolism) a person who previously feared intuition might be learning to trust it and find it helpful. Or a person who thought expressing needs and desires was selfish might be discovering that doing so is simply a form of self-care.

      Does any of this help?

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      rebarr 4 years ago

      Hi, I had a dream last night where I dreamt I had a black cat and a white cat together lying on me, around me just doing what cats do. I haven't owned a cat in years but I do like them. Every site I've looked at do not interpret dreams with both colours together. What does this dream mean?

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      CrazyCatWoman 4 years ago

      1st off, to ienjoythis - I was bawling reading your story. I'm sooo sorry for your loss. My cats are not just "family" they are my kids!! Esme, you are sooo correct in some people being unsympathetic at the loss of a furry kid - one of my friends actually had the nerve to say to me "it's just a cat" & then he proceeded to argue with me that it's not my kid 'cuz I didn't give birth to it & when I said but I adopted them, took care of them just like a person does to a baby or child he then continued to argue with me saying we are 2 different species and I can't possibly be the cats mommy. He showed absolutely no empathy (let alone sympathy) for what I was going through. Worst part is, he was one of my closest friends.

      Now, having said all that I have a question for you. I just woke up from a nap and I had a dream that's slightly complicated. I'm hoping you can maybe help me shed some light on it. (Some background real quick... Up until 2 years ago I lived in my childhood home. I had to move because the conditions of the house got too expensive for me to repair any more. The cat in my dream I did have when I lived at home, but when he found me, he became an indoor only cat just like the rest of mine. One last thing also... shortly after I moved he pushed open the screen in one of the windows at the new place & got outside, thankfully none of my other ones did. I did find him & brought him back in. Unfortunately he died July 1st, 2012 - I came home from work and found him laying below the window and riggor had all ready set in.) Anyhow, the only part of the dream I remember is I was outside the back of my old house and had picked up from the yard (what I believe to be) a food bowl for the outside strays and suddenly I realized I had not seen Fancy in a while so I was looking for him & I think calling him and I suddenly got really scared 'cuz he was missing and I didn't know if he was okay. I woke up panicked and crying. Any chance you can explain to me what this dream means? If anything at all.

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      Basko22 4 years ago

      I dreamt about wife bringing a cat home without my knowledge. I saw her bringing it inside while i was in living, so i was surprised and woke up in my dream. Could someone tell me the meaning of this dream.

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      Deb88 3 years ago

      I have had dreams of cats twice this week. A few days ago it was 3 cats. I got to pet them. I have been missing my babies lately, sweet feisty girl died 2.5 years ago and her brother 4 years before that. I had such a bond with them and never intended to get another pet after my sweet poodle died. The grief of loss of a pet is something I didn't think I would do again. And then, Marcus and Naomi showed up and I had so much joy, and so much laughter with them both. Cats respond to the attention they get. Mine would deliberately repeat an action if it made me laugh the first time. Anyway, it was wonderful to pet them in a dream and hear them purr. Last night it was a dream that started off with adult kitties, all different. I was caring for them. I went outside and heard some cats. It progressed until I was feeding them and letting them into the house. Then more, younger, cats started coming out of nowhere. Then kittens. At about 9 cats inside with more coming from the outside, I got worried. I was asking someone how to care for them all. I heard, "Yeah, we have a real problem with cats." The mewing was on an off in the dream. It made me wonder if some cats were outside my window and fighting or something. 30 minutes later after I awoke, I heard a cat fight. Another 15 minutes and heard another one. They were over quick. Maybe they had started it while I was dreaming. Not sure, but sure do love these beautiful, sensitive, affectionate, funny beings.

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      Donna Brown 3 years ago from Alton, Missouri

      Last night I had a dream where friends came to visit and there were cats who kept trying to get into our house. Not a few cats, mind you, a lot of cats. Whenever someone came to the door they would stand at the door and they would leave the door open and a cat would come in. We don't have any cats at present although we have in the past had many cats. There were cats everywhere and no one else seemed to understand why I didn't want the cats in the house.

      As I started to leave that dream, I thought to myself, "I really have to find out what cats mean in dreams. So here I am.

      I think I know what these dream cats represent. A couple of years ago we moved here from a place where we had pets, and there was one cat who we didn't own, but came to visit a lot. I called him Henry. I don't know why, I just knew his name should be Henry. Henry had another home somewhere else because Henry always looked well kept. He was definitely not a feral cat. Anyway, Henry would come and meow that he wanted in, so I would let him in. He would go to the kitchen and I would give him water and food and then he would go into the living room and take a nap. He didn't stay long maybe a few hours and then he would go to the door and ask to leave.

      None of those cats in my dream were Henry, but I can see where I associate cats with the independence and autonomy. Obviously, I see them as being signs of intuitiveness as well, because as I came out of my dream I knew I had to learn the significance of the cats in my dream.

      Without going into detail, I know that the cats in my dream are telling me that I need to be more independent than I have been. I have been trying to keep my independent spirit from allowing me to do some of the things that I intuitively know I need to be doing. I know that I need to go forward with what I want to be doing and not let my family and friends try to talk me out of it.

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      Amanda Boots 3 years ago

      I had a dream a weird dream i was looking out a window there is white snow everywhere in distancethere is two houses then a tornado comes and lifts houses up and destroys them then i turn towards meowing in a house i dont know and there is this sick very sick kitten i open a door and a momma cat is there with many kittens i hold the sick babu kitten it feels greasy and slimy then o open a bag of food and feed them

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      elizford 3 years ago from Aurora, Colorado

      I dreamt that I was in a large grey house with grey shadows all around. The only colorful being was my childhood calico cat, Patches. I was petting her and noticed that she was newly pregnant showing pink nipples. There were three other grey cats with me in the shadows. A large white cat came walking down the hallway, but then it turned into a large white rat with a long pink tail. I looked around and there were giant white rats everywhere. I tried to call my mother on my black rotary phone, but the rats had eaten through the cord. Left the house with my four cats and somehow my mother managed to use her giant jar of grey potions to detonate the inside of the house. Shadow dream? Please advise!!! Thank you, Elizabeth

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      EsmeSanBona 2 years ago from Macon

      Hi Everyone! I have had some health issues and haven't been online in quite a while.Thanks to everyone for comments and questions. I doubt anyone is looking for a dream meaning from so long ago, but if so, please let me know. I hope to be here much more regularly!

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      islandgirl804 2 years ago

      I had a dream last night that I was sleeping in my bed. I felt a cat jump up on the bed by my right shoulder and it was rubbing against my neck. I immediately thought "where did this cat come from, we don't have a cat" but I wasn't afraid. I lifted my hand to pet the cat and go back to sleep. I was quite comforted by the cat. When my hand reached the cat, I felt my 19 year old daughters hair and heard her weeping. I immediately woke up and said "Victoria, are you okay"? She lives with me. She's safe, happy and healthy... what does my dream mean?

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      Karen101 2 years ago

      Lately my dreams have been crowded with cats or kittens, at times they are in good health other times perhaps flea flea ridden or appear under nourished. For example last night my dream included mr having to ask my daughters to go and count all the kittens in the back yard, all these cats were having their litters there and my yard was overrun with white kittens white black spots. Other dreams in the last few weeks have had a cat feature somewhere, never attacking just, well...there...I have been known to be called psychic or to get very clear profoubd messages in my dreams in the past, in day to day life my memory is shocking yet my dreams are always clear to me and have helped me and my friends in the past, yet this constsnt appearance of cats and kittens has me baffled. Some advice or insight would be greatly appreciated.Thank you.

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      Sharilee Swaity 2 years ago from Canada

      Wow, this is absolutely fascinating. I have dreamt about cats before. The one I remember the most was a dream where the kittens were all sick and dying. I felt so inadequate, because they were not well. Based on the information you have provided, I can interpret that dream in a deeper way. Thanks so much for sharing. Great hub!

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      erika 2 years ago

      I'M not sure what my dream meant.. I remember a whole lot of cats all hungry, I kept going from here to there giving them pieces of food I carried in my hands..

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      Katharine L Sparrow 2 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

      Cool! I don't remember dreaming about cats, which is odd since I am a cat person! This hub is a fascinating read, though, and I will refer back to it if I ever do have a cat dream! Well done!

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      peachy 2 years ago from Home Sweet Home

      once i dreamt that my black and white cat was caught by a witch. sure enough, he was hit and run by a bike

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      SAM 2 years ago

      I had a dream of a grey kitten last night. Out of nowhere. Kinda wondering what it means.

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      Diane 24 months ago

      Thanks for this hub - this week I have had two cat dreams - one a neighbor brings brown paper bag over saying he doesn't want this anymore and when I look inside I see with delight it is a male silver Persian cat like my female Fancy and I am happy to "let the cat out of the bag" this morning I dreamt that I found a playful black and white kitten in my purse and was having fun knowing it was around

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      dafirst 17 months ago

      I had a dream in the evening when taking a nap. I was holding a black cat and when i got to the subway, someone told me i won't be allowed in. So i went back to take a different route and i found myself home without the cat

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      Zoey 10 months ago

      I dreamt that i was looking for my daughter and when i found her she was in a dark lane. I called her to come to me but by this time i realised she was a cat she hesitated at first cause she seemed scared after she ran and jumped in my chest

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