This small cute kitten named Meow is the recipient of one trillion likes on Facebook. Surprisingly, Meow’s Facebook celebrity status now surpasses that of Rover, Ruff, Tigger, Kitty, Dog, Fuzzball and Lady Gaga.
A dog named Bones is running for mayor of an enlightened California city. The candidate has posted banners around town and has appeared on television and radio for several groundbreaking interviews. You might find this recent interview by a well-known reporter especially interesting:
Reporter: Thank you again for taking the time to answer a few questions. Why have you chosen to run for mayor of Coronado?
Bones: Woof. Woof.
Reporter: I see. Was this a very difficult decision for you to make? Has your family supported you?
Bones: Woof. Woof. Woof.
Reporter: Should you become the next mayor of Coronado, what exactly will be your agenda?
Reporter: Thank you so very much.
The food court of this unusual mall serves live hot dogs to hungry, costumed freaks. This photo provides the shocking evidence. A live hot dog is carried about on a tray by the smiling fast food server, and onlookers grin with anticipation and delight. Are these people really that twisted? Are they raving lunatics? One is even wearing a Spidey outfit! I’m appalled and dismayed. I’m surprised the city health department hasn’t shut this disgraceful place down.
You’ve parked your child in front of the boob tube. So surely Fido will be dazzled by TV, too. Right?
It seems everybody loves Dog TV. Everyone is talking about it. Everyone except your dog. But if your beloved pet could throw a few words together, would it recommend the doggie channel?
Fido blinks with interest as he watches a video of napping dogs. Couch potato Fido raises his head to catch the latest on fascinating bouncing balls. Fido rushes the screen thinking a squirrel has magically appeared in your living room. That rascally squirrel is more lifelike and vibrant than ever! Bark! Bark! Pounce–collision–ouch. All he’s left with is just a wet dog nose squashed up against the cold, lifeless screen.
Here comes that uncatchable squirrel again! Bark! Bark!
Ah, television marks the progress of an advanced civilization. Honey Boo Boo and the Kardashians and dog stars posing on camera for the edification of all. It’s a brave new world.
Next they’ll develop music for goldfish.
Many people have noticed their pets’ uncanny behavior. The amazing ability of a furry, four-legged friend to anticipate their master’s return. A pet’s ability to read the thoughts of their master, or of strangers. Even the ability of a dog or cat to locate their master across long distances without the benefit of a scent to follow.
Pets in many of these remarkable cases may be using a special type of clairvoyance that parapsychologists call “remote viewing”.
Many such instances of animal ESP have been documented on this “psychic animals” website.
There is also ample paranormal evidence that pets have spirits and can return from or communicate from the dead. Hauntings by dearly departed pets are not uncommon.
Do you have a paranormal pet? Here you will also find simple tests to determine if an animal is clairvoyant.