Tuesday, March 15, 2016

For Cat Lovers Everywhere - The Healing Power Of The Purr


8 comments:

Magnus said...

Hello!
Nice information :)
Will keep this in mind! A purring cat is one of life small treasures:)
Kindest regards

Stranger in a Strange Land said...

Hello Magnus:

I'm glad you found this information of interest.

Kindest regards,
Mike

Anonymous said...

Thank you Michael.

I've had personal experience of the truth of this. Once, a dear friend got cancer on her leg. As soon as she came home from hospital her house cat would lie against the spot and purr continuously. Lots more examples. As you know, they were worshipped in Egypt - and for good reason.

Maggie

Stranger in a Strange Land said...

Hello Maggie.

Thanks for your comment.

Kindest regards,
Mike

Magnus said...

Thanks for sharing your comment Maggie - haven't heard about that story or that they were worshipped in egypt, I really like cats so it makes sense. And I remember that other animals are worshipped in some countries, like cows in India... but if I ever get cancer in my leg, I still think I would prefer cats because it would be too heavy having a cow in my lap at night in the cough... ;)

The last sentence was just a joke from me :)

Kindest regards
Magnus

mary scott said...

We have 3 cats. One of them is NOT a "People Person" AT ALL.
We got him from a shelter and he had been declawed, we
surmised either because he clawed someone's kids or furniture.
Ultimately he wound up in the shelter, but he was beautiful.
Never showed us any affection, but ONE TIME.
I was sick as a dog with the flu, thought I was dying,
and he jumped up on me, lying in bed and started purring.
He stayed there for quite a long time. I got better, but felt
better immediately that he FINALLY showed some affection,
but it was a ONE TIME thing.
I always wondered what that was about!

Tyndale Israel said...

"worshipped in Egypt for good reason" LOL

you mean bowed down to and subservient to?

does it need to be said: there is only one God….

cats are cool tho.

Magnus said...

Hello Tyndale!
Well I agree what you're saying about one God, but I believe all animals are a part of this god-essence... even if I wouldn't bow to a cat... but if I have to choose between that... or do as so many people do - go to church and worship their priests and popes and only god knows whoelse - who know very little about god and have plain guesswork what they think about god...
...I think I would prefer bowing to cats ;) they are much calmer, and give me healing energies in return...