Extrasensory perception (ESP) is a common psychic term. ESP, also known as the sixth sense, involves being able to gain information without using any of the bodies regular senses. Many humans claim to have the power to do this. A great number of animals have also shown signs of being able to gain information by using extrasensory perception. Cases of animal ESP have been reported more frequently than human ESP. Many Bangor area residents have most likely witnessed their animals using this power.
Signs of animal ESP
There is a good chance that an animal owner will witness his pet’s use of ESP at least once. Signs that a pet is able to use this power include; knowing the owner has some sort of problem, sensing the owner is sick and is about to pass away, being able to sense natural disasters before they happen, and sensing that there is a paranormal force in the home. The pet will act differently during any of these events. The following are some scenarios in which a person may have experienced a pet that senses something is going to happen:
- When a pet owner comes home from work after a rough day, his dog may act a little different than it usually does. If the dog normally greets the owner with enthusiastic jumps and a lot of kisses, the greeting may be calm. The dog may wait for the owner to get settled in and comfortable before placing it’s head on the owners lap to offer comfort. The dog may sit close to its person until it senses that everything will be alright with the owner.
- If a person that is terminally ill is able to stay at home until she passes away, her cat may sense that she is sick and start spending more time with the owner. During the last couple of days of the owners life, the cat may not leave its owners side for any reason at all.
- Owners may notice their dog acting odd not long before an earthquake or other natural disaster occurs. A dog, which is usually calm, may start to get hyper. A once hyper dog may be calm and act a little paranoid.
- A cat may notice that there is a paranormal presence in a home before its owner does. The cat may sit and stare at a random space in the home. The cat’s fur may stand on end. If the entity moves, the cat’s gaze will follow it. The cat may start to hiss at the presence.
- A dog that is lost while on vacation with its family may travel hundreds, even thousands, of miles to get home. There have been many recorded cases of this happening.
The above scenarios can happen with dogs, cats, and other types of pets.