Cats dream information - the meaning behind Cats dreams.
The meaning behind Cats Dreams
To dream of a cat, denotes ill luck, if you do not succeed
in killing it or driving it from your sight. If the cat
attacks you, you will have enemies who will go to any extreme
to blacken your reputation and to cause you loss of property.
But if you succeed in banishing it, you will overcome great
obstacles and rise in fortune and fame.
If you meet a thin, mean and dirty-looking cat, you will have
bad news from the absent. Some friend lies at death's door;
but if you chase it out of sight, your friend will recover
after a long and lingering sickness.
To hear the scream or the mewing of a cat, some false friend is using
all the words and work at his command to do you harm.
To dream that a cat scratches you, an enemy will succeed in wrenching
from you the profits of a deal that you have spent many days making.
If a young woman dreams that she is holding a cat, or kitten, she will be
influenced into some impropriety through the treachery of others.
To dream of a clean white cat, denotes entanglements which,
while seemingly harmless, will prove a source of sorrow and
loss of wealth.
When a merchant dreams of a cat, he should put his best energies to work,
as his competitors are about to succeed in demolishing his standard
of dealing, and he will be forced to other measures if he undersells
others and still succeeds.
To dream of seeing a cat and snake on friendly terms signifies
the beginning of an angry struggle. It denotes that an enemy
is being entertained by you with the intention of using him
to find out some secret which you believe concerns yourself;
uneasy of his confidences given, you will endeavor to disclaim all
knowledge of his actions, as you are fearful that things divulged,
concerning your private life, may become public.
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Dream dictionary entry taken from 10,000 Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller. Psychologist World provides these definitions as a courtesy and is not responsible for, or for any consequences resulting from the use of, Miller's archaic dream interpretations.