They say dogs have a 6th sense, that they can feel an earthquake coming or even sense ghosts. Could it be true? You decide for yourselves.
One day, Aschiuta was going about the house after me, when the front door caught her attention.
She sniffed, intrigued, and started cowering away towards the door. Something obviously troubled her, making her uneasy, almost scared.
I went to the door and listened. Nothing.
I looked through the viewer and couldn't see anything or anyone outside.
What was making her so nervous?
I kept my cool and decided to just go ahead and take her for a walk. She usually can't wait to go, but this time she was reluctant.
We were finally ready to go and I opened the door and saw what had made Poochie put her tail between her legs.
It was no scary ghost or boogieman. It was a tabby cat rolled up napping on our front door rug!
She was not scared at all, but let Aschiuta sniff her and even started purring.
Now they are good friends and seek each other for a sniff and some friendly sparring. No teeth or claws.
The moral of the story? Not all ghosts are all that scary.
|An encounter of the "kitty" degree|