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the tiger is loose

Monday, March 18, 2013

what a strange dream. any interpreters out there?

I dreamed I let the tiger out of its cage, and it started climbing trees, jumping in the most elegant and spectacular maneuvers from one treetop to the next, obviously having such a good time.
all fears of danger were (almost) dissipated.
then I wondered why I ever kept it under lock and key.

if you've been following my issues with georgie, you know the cat I've lived with for the last 14 years (that's him on my wallpaper) is having health issues. despite a probable brain tumor, he always wants OUT. and now he seems to be getting stronger, and i'm more at ease in letting him out, even though the vet says he won't survive the year.

but I wonder if there isn't more to this...

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1CRAZYDOG 3/18/2013 9:10AM

    Hmmmm....Interesting interpretation offered by NANCYPAT. I would tend to agree . . . seems like it's your mind's way of giving yourself permission to "let go".

HUGS and glad to hear that Georgie is feeling stronger.


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NANCYPAT1 3/18/2013 6:44AM

    It seems to me that IF I were a dream interpreter I would guess that you are equating your kitty with the tiger and that you are freeing him to move on to his own future. Releasing him to go as he needs to - knowing you will miss him, but knowing what is necessary and best for him at the same time. If you expect him not to live out the year, maybe now is the time to get a kitten. That way you will have time to love the new kitten and maybe the sick one will last longer with the company. My aunt did that and the sick cat lived another 10 years because HE was NOT leaving that kitten (grown into a cat) with HIS mistress.

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CANDOK1260 3/18/2013 6:22AM

    Remember Lacey make it a year longer than the vet suggest she would

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