I'm convinced of it. We had a sheltie who one day, stood on top of the small stairway had her eyes dead locked on my parents bedroom door way and was on high alert. She was bearing her teeth growling and barking and I was getting so freaked out. No matter what I said or did she wouldn't stop. When I walked passed her to go to my parent room she got really anxious but then relaxed. Around that time some messed up stuff was going on in our house too.
My friend had a dog who could be anywhere in the house, but if you opened the storage room door in the basement, the dog would come barreling down, go in and bark frantically at the same spot. That was super freaky, she even opened the door as silently as she could ( I couldn't hear anything) and the dog was on the other side of the house on the 2nd floor. We stood there without saying anything and within seconds the dog cam barreling down.
My cats have done that as well on multiple occasions!
I caught Pilot doing it 2, the first time I saw the bug, the second time I examined the wall and couldn't see anything. The place we're living is over 100years old so... who knows haha!
Maybe, I think it is a good possibility. I have had WAY too many odd things happen that animals picked up on. My aunt lives on a decently old farm and since before she moved there, there has been a section of her barn, a loft, that was boarded up and over, no holes (none visible anyhow) and I used to have my birthday slumberparties out there in her huge stack of haybales. We ALWAYS took dogs out with us, Paris, a malamute wolf mix and McKenna, a lab mix. One of the nights I got that chilled feeling, you know, where you're hairs stick all up on end and whatnot outta nowhere and then less than a second later Paris was up snarling, looking twice his normal size with how puffed up he made himself and Mckenna had a low growl going and he and they were both staring up at that boarded off loft crazy intense. I about had a heart attack, because these are barn dogs with pretty docile temperaments, I'd never seen Paris go after any living creature or even bare his fangs at one other than the other dogs in play! Another thing is I have a friend who has two cats and her cats ALWAYS start purring randomly and acting like they're rubbing up against something (signature stretching their face for chin scratches, leaning to one side and slowly walking forward) even if there is nothing there. Now, maybe it could just be that they are acting strange, but it's just way too weird when you see it!!!
Aww the pups were protecting their kids! Lol. I would of needed to change my pants after if I had been you haha!
I also am a Christian, and I believe all of your comments. I believe God gave animals gifts, just as He has given us our own gifts <3 I know that He loves all His animals, as He does look out for the Sparrow :) I also believe in the supernatural as I have seen & felt many odd & wonderful things that could not be explained. Some good & some bad.
We have ghosts in our house. 3 generations admit it. I know our dogs see things alot, and I know our ghosts like to move stuff on us. They're friendly though. Dogs do see the other side. That's why when they feel the evil spirits, they usually hide or growl at nothing.
Love this cartoon! <3
Those big ears hear a lot more than we do! My corgi can hear the tinkling of tags from far far down the street, way before I hear them and he begins to bark and sure enough after a few minutes they come down the street
I love it.