THE CAT WHO THOUGHT HE WAS A RABBIT
Chris contacted me after her skittish cat Bruiser had run out an open door, then turned around and tried to come back but got scared and ran away again. After five days Chris worried that Bruiser, who had never been out on his own before, would be starving but too afraid to come forward.
When I communicated with Bruiser, he showed me something interesting. He had met some rabbits and now thought of himself as one of them. Bruiser thought the rabbits were keeping him safe from harm and he was hanging out with them in the woods behind their home.
After several days of looking, Chris spotted Bruiser sitting next to a rabbit in the woods. When Chris approached a funny thing happened, Bruiser looked at Chris and both he and the rabbit hopped away. Chris commented later that it was as if Bruiser believed he was a rabbit too and was mimicking the rabbit's behavior. Chris set out a trap with some food near the location Bruiser and the rabbit had been sighted. Within 20 minutes, Bruiser was caught and brought safely home.
Chris of New Jersey writes:
"Bruiser was really hungry like he had not eaten in a long time. I imagine the food that rabbits eat is not filling to a cat's stomach. Usually cats will eat rabbits, but in this case, they became friends."
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