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Familiars & Magickal Creatures

A place where anyone from any path can discuss their familiar, spirit guide, and any other magickal creatures we may stumble upon from different cultures, and different areas of the world, good and bad.

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How do you know your familiar is your familiar

Started by Caelia Hollyherb Feb 6. 0 Replies

My house currently has 5 pets in it: 2 cats, 2 dogs, and a rabbit. Since I've never known anyone with a familiar I'm not sure how to tell if my pets are mine. My one dog will follow me virtually…Continue

What are YOUR familiars? How did you meet them?

Started by Ellie Heff. Last reply by Tuffy May 14, 2014. 2 Replies

Okay, to start off a discussion I thought we might all like to share what our familiars are, or have been throughout time, and how we first made contact with them! Are they spirit guides, or actual…Continue

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Comment by Tuffy on October 1, 2014 at 11:51

Comment by Mark Anthony Richfield on August 21, 2014 at 15:20

Just starting to learn. Beginning with David Cunningham's "Creating Magickal Entities".

When I've digested it I'll probably have a bit more to say.

Comment by Ms. Witch(Sara) on January 23, 2014 at 17:01

Anyone ever potty trained a cat? I just how much litter costs annually. I use this natural corn fiber litter its $8 a bag but it lasts forever and keeps odor away. It is very good stuff. Was just curious about the potty training. I think it is kinda weird but I've heard it can be done.

Comment by Ms. Witch(Sara) on January 23, 2014 at 16:59

Ellie thanks for the wonderful info, didn't mean to leave you hanging there. He is doing better but the anxiety come and goes still.

Comment by Ellie Heff on November 26, 2013 at 23:19

No problem!

Hmm.. you have a very interesting scenario! :/ I wonder if Onyx was always on edge or if it started recently? 

It could be that he's sensing something coming, or something in the house, (if the surroundings are new especially or if he's always done it in a certain space). Cats are, of course, very aware of the preternatural. It's not impossible that this could be due to some external issue, or negativity from someone else towards you.

There are sometimes just cats that are a bit unbalanced... happens with humans, happens with cats.

Try directing some calming energy towards him, and maybe place some good calming and purifying crystals around his spaces... see how he reacts.

Best of luck!

Comment by Ms. Witch(Sara) on November 26, 2013 at 23:09

Ellie, we do watch my cat from hell and I agree amazing. I do not have facebook. Physical health is good. I tell my husband about the energy things a lot...someday it will sink in all the way. We do use catnip but I will look into potting some fresh. Maybe get some seeds off ebay and plant them? My  husband does the feeding and the watering for that reason. Onyx is an amazing cat he does fetch if we throw his toys, but he isn't always in a playing mood. And we do let him outside he stays in the yard and runs around and will only stay out 10-15 minutes then he's meowing at the door to come in. One extra thing about playing though is when he isn't in the food to fetch we get out the toys on strings we have one that is like ribbon and one with a mouse on the end. He will bat at it for a bit then he starts hissing at it and the vet said when he does that to immediately stop and isolate him.

Thanks for all the tips.

Comment by Ellie Heff on November 26, 2013 at 21:50

Hey Sara,

I have to say... definitely watch "My Cat from Hell" (with Jackson Galaxy). He's SUPER AMAZING at detecting cat issues and offers very brilliant solutions (in my opinion anyway). I learned a lot watching his show. You might even be able to message him on Facebook about it! He discusses energy and how you use it around you cat a lot. For example, he will inform you that if you throw un-trusting or negative energy towards your cat (expecting bad things will happen), they will. If you overfill your cat with energy they become over stimulated and lash out because they can't handle such a powerful flow of energy. 

Of course the first place to look is physical health, but if the vet says kitty is A-OK physically, then it's time to start looking at other possible areas of issue.

It seems the issue tends to flare up around your husband-- it's possible that he might be using too much (or the wrong kind) of energy around an energy-sensitive cat.

Some other suggestions I have it growing some fresh catnip for kitty (even in a pot if you live in an apartment), and making SURE kitty is very well exercised (try walks and stuff), because again... kitty has to be able to expel the pent up energy in a healthy way. You hubby and your kitty seem like they might want to bond a bit :). Have him feed them for a while and participate in play. There have been a few cases that sound similar on Jackson's show... so you might want to check it out (it's currently on Netflix, if you get that).

Wish I could be of more help-- best of luck!

Comment by Ms. Witch(Sara) on November 26, 2013 at 18:14

Hey all,

So I have searched the net and talked to my vet and wanted to see if anyone has ideas or experiences with feline anxiety.

A little backround: We have two felines, Rukia, she is a calico and is two years old,  Onyx, is black with a little white and he is one year old.

Onyx is the one with the anxiety. He is a very loving kitty, he cuddles with me and rubs on my legs and face. Usually if he is curled up on the couch or just coming into the room and my husband yells at something or gets up from his seat Onyx freaks out and hisses and growls and will not stop. It just gets worse.

Things we do/have tried:

A bell collar(currently use)

Treats for good behavior(currently do)

They each have their own litter box

All Natural Calming spray(have used/still use sometimes)

Isolation for bad behavior(we do this but sometimes it is hard because he's hard to catch and then his behavior just gets more aggressive)

Sometimes if you just look at him wrong he hisses. He is a good cat though. We don't have any other problems. It just gets really frusterating because when his behavior gets bad my husband wants to get rid of him. and then we fight about it. 

The vet prescribed Prozac. I only give it when he gets edgy. I don't want to medicate him. It is not the answer.

I'd really appreciate it if anyone had any suggestions. Thanks

 

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