The following is a letter that I wrote to a friend of mine who is a paranormal expert:

I took this photo outside today. I took
others at the same time and, in the same place but they are okay, even

the color is right on them.

This is my familiar B W. Bat Cat. He is very intuitive, more than any

cat I have had in a long time. But the thing that gets me is, in this

spot of the woods "the exact spot" I heard an owl all night long two

nights ago. This area is just outside my bedroom window. But the thing I

couldn't figure out is that the owl didn't sound like it was in a tree

but close to the ground. Also it was a sound that, to be honest I had

never heard before. The closest thing I can compare it to is an owl. And

when I first looked at the picture today I seen an owl. I also thought

at one point that it may be a bigger cat like a tiger or cougar. But

with the owl I see the markings, the ears and even the nose. I also

wanted to add that, that side of my house always has strange noises all

times of the day, and night when there is nothing there. Inside and

outside. My bedroom especially. I have quite a few stories about that.

And actually seen something of shape and matter once. I will save that

story for another time. But there are many animal spirits here as well,

and I have had other experiences with them. And one last thing. This

entire town belonged to the Porch Creek Indians. It is called 'Wetumpka'

which means "Rumbling Waters." But now there is only the Reservation

left. So I don't know what may have been on the land before.

Now with all of that said, if you don't see anything in the picture it

is okay, I have the tendency to over analyze sometimes. I have a

collection of stones from arrowhead hunting that have pictures and words

on them. "I think anyway." lol! You can let me know what you think of

the photo when you have time. No hurry! I know you are very busy. Hugs,

and Blessings to you! And thank you for letting me ramble!


Look above the eye.

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I definitely see the owl spirit and several others I circled the ones
that stood out to me the most but the owl is amazing all most like a
shapeshifter I would think awesome~But I am thinking more of a step in.

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Comment by Ladyhawk on December 4, 2010 at 1:28am
Your cat seems to be taking it good. Can animals have animal spirit guides? I can definately see the owl eye and pattern of feathers. Very interesting. Do you see this as some sort of sign or omen for you?


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