Oriental Cat Reflection

Animals reflect our behaviour. The animals we feel a closeness to, encounter often, engage with, attract, and so on; have a role to play in that moment of our lives. They offer an understanding of the ‘play’ that is our current experience, and give insight into the intricacies of our lives. Following is the understanding for the charming and gifted Oriental.

Oriental Cat   (Listen while you read)


Famous are we for stealth, courage and glee. Famous we are, in these qualities.

What a handsome guy is the Oriental.

He is not interested in the mundane; no, not the Oriental.

He is attracted to the rare, unusual, road less taken.

When we find ourselves attracted to the Oriental we can be assured that ours is not an ordinary way of life; no, my friends.

When attracted to the Oriental we can be sure that we are amongst those who cherish the finer things in life.

This does not always mean that they (the finer things) will always be available to us.

No, this is not always the case.

However, be that as it may we shall never give up the idea of the finer things of life being ours.

In the meantime we can indulge ourselves inwardly.

Bearing this in mind we can read the finer books; engage in finer topics of conversation; indulge our senses with the finest paintings, artwork, views, vistas, landscapes. Indeed all of the finer things that life holds for those of a more (dare I say) gifted mental bent.

And so it is that when we find ourselves attracted to the charming and gifted Oriental we can be sure that the extraordinary will appeal to us.

Carolyn Page  –  ABC of Spirit Talk

Image Credit:  Jagodka / Shutterstock.com


  1. The pug I have attracted into my life has many characteristics of a cat. Is there a link in regards to this resemblance?

    1. I’d like to know the answer to that question myself. I have a gorgeous little dog (part Chihuahua and part Pomeranian). She is soooooo like a cat too. She cleans herself, preening away, she keeps herself so clean. She stalks in a very similar manner. Keith has just reminded me that she uses her front legs in (it’s hard to describe) he has suggested paw waving like a cat does when playing with a hanging object. We often wonder at her antics – do we have a dog or a cat? Seems to me she’s a mixture.

      Would you like for me to add the Pug to the list of requests? I’d be more than happy to do this. Perhaps we may get an answer to your question then.

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