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My 11-year old lab mix has been acting strangely--we thought he was getting senile--he keeps running into the bathroom (where he hides during thunderstorms) and won't leave. He'll act confused and won't listen to us when we call him or give him commands (very unusual). I also have a husky, but she's so neurotic in general that I couldn't tell if something was wrong with her if I tried. North Central Florida.
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My 3 year old this month chocolate lab/pointer mix has been acting very strange the last few days. Shes been wandering around the house acting for lack of a better term "nervous". If me, the wife, or kids go to leave the house she acts almost panicky, as if she doesnt want us to leave. If one of us does leave, she sits in our bay window watching the driveway until they come back home. Shes always been protective but not like this...anybody elses dog been acting quirky?
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it knows something is in the offing.
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My dog is a real "people" dog, always in the room with us, wherever we are. (NE Ohio) He isn't acting more strange than normal, but this thread has me spooked. I do believe the dogs are protecting their families, and can sense things on a different time wave.

Dogs can be trained to warn their owners of seizures, before they happen. They have been filmed getting excited when their owners are on their way home--before they arrive. They can smell cancer growing.

What ever is going on, it doesn't sound like a "good" thing, I hope it is just that they are sensing things they can't understand, like the energy from the sun changing, or bled though from another dimension.

The fact that this is global is fascinating and frightening.

Everyone should keep bumping this thread, and continue their reports to see where this leads till the end of the month.

I have a feeling the "Florida & California" reports, are real let's get out of Dodge reports.

I hope it all blows over and things only change for the better.

Thanks to everyone who shared personal stories. hfhfhf
 Quoting: stillhere


Yeah,I'm close to you (NW Pa) and my three beagles,who are very sensitive to everything,have not been behaving any differently.

BUT....someone on a different site posted this link today,where police and fire radio transmissions can be heard anywhere in the US. Just fooling around,I was listening to my local police calls,and within the first five minutes a call came in about some neighbor's dog has been barking continuously since 8 am,almost four hours. Sure,could have been anything,but...?

In any case,this might be a useful link to you GLPers. If disaster hits,like it always will,you can listen to the first on the scene.

[link to www.radioreference.com]
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My dog shit in the floor at 4am a couple of mornings ago and woke me up to let me know.
He never does that in the house unless he's sick, and he wasn't sick.
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My 3 year old this month chocolate lab/pointer mix has been acting very strange the last few days. Shes been wandering around the house acting for lack of a better term "nervous". If me, the wife, or kids go to leave the house she acts almost panicky, as if she doesnt want us to leave. If one of us does leave, she sits in our bay window watching the driveway until they come back home. Shes always been protective but not like this...anybody elses dog been acting quirky?
 Quoting: LoneSurviver


Yesterday my dog did something similar when I went out to buy bread. I found it very strange because it's not like him to do that.
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Speaking of shit, I just had loose motions twice in the past 3 hours.

Then again, a western person having loose motions in India is probably not that uncommon. But I've been here 6 years.
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Florida here too. My dog has been acting strange for about a week. She wants to go with me all the time. Even when I am not preparing to go anywhere she runs to the front door and then back to me. She only goes out the front door when we leave together. If she just needs out she always goes to the back door. She seems very nervous when I go to work now, and I have even heard her barking when I am walking to the door when I get home. Also very rare for her. Also she is sleeping on the floor, facing the front door a lot now, instead of on furniture or in her bed.
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Well I read the whole thread and here is what is up in our household. Any one thing not too weird but all within the last 3-4 days.

Our 2-1/2 year old Boston Terrier is always clingy so nothing new there, but this morning she kept jumping and pawing at me almost to "get my attention".

We have 2 black cats a 7 year old male and 4 year old female. The female is very aloof and only goes to my wife. Nothing new there. But our male has been acting weird the last few nights. Ususally he sleeps at night or at least we do not hear him, but lately he was been up pacing and crying at night, and a LOT more affectionate than usual.

We have had a goldfish about 1-1/2 to 2 years old. Normally nothing odd to report except the last few days when we are in the room he swims wildly around. This morning my daughter, wife and I all witnessed him flailing around almost as if he were shaking his head "NO".

Our 7 year old daughter has been waking in the middle of the night yelling for my wife. She will normally not do this. Says he hears noises. However, when I try and wake her up for school. I practically need to detonate a bomb to wake her up.

Lastly there is me. I sleep very soundly and through the night. For the last week I have had several nights where I have restless sleep waking almost every hour. Saturday night I had bizarre wild ass dreams. Kept waking up and falling back asleep, and the dream starts back where it left off. I hardley ever dream, or if I do, there is no recollection. This morning I woke at 4:00 and could not get back to sleep. Weird for me I have never had insomnia.

Anyway, take it for what ii is or isn't. The human stuff may be nothing but I do feel that animals can sense things we normally cannot.
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My dog is a real "people" dog, always in the room with us, wherever we are. (NE Ohio) He isn't acting more strange than normal, but this thread has me spooked. I do believe the dogs are protecting their families, and can sense things on a different time wave.

Dogs can be trained to warn their owners of seizures, before they happen. They have been filmed getting excited when their owners are on their way home--before they arrive. They can smell cancer growing.

What ever is going on, it doesn't sound like a "good" thing, I hope it is just that they are sensing things they can't understand, like the energy from the sun changing, or bled though from another dimension.

The fact that this is global is fascinating and frightening.

Everyone should keep bumping this thread, and continue their reports to see where this leads till the end of the month.

I have a feeling the "Florida & California" reports, are real let's get out of Dodge reports.

I hope it all blows over and things only change for the better.

Thanks to everyone who shared personal stories. hfhfhf
 Quoting: stillhere


Yeah,I'm close to you (NW Pa) and my three beagles,who are very sensitive to everything,have not been behaving any differently.

BUT....someone on a different site posted this link today,where police and fire radio transmissions can be heard anywhere in the US. Just fooling around,I was listening to my local police calls,and within the first five minutes a call came in about some neighbor's dog has been barking continuously since 8 am,almost four hours. Sure,could have been anything,but...?

In any case,this might be a useful link to you GLPers. If disaster hits,like it always will,you can listen to the first on the scene.

[link to www.radioreference.com]
 Quoting: grassyknoll


Unfortunately we can't listen to MPD radio here in DC, they scrambled it... last year I think? Scary.

Anyway, on topic. My cat is acting really freaking weird now that you mention it. When I first saw this thread, I was going to make a joke along those lines but no, she's actually flipping out, pacing back and forth and meowing in the living room. She rarely does this and if she does, it's only late at night.

So yeah, you might be on to something, OP. They know before we do, that's for sure.

ahhh
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I wouldn't worry about it. I am a veterinary technician and I can tell you that this is common with a ton of dogs all the time, it could just be that they are sensitive to the weather. Or better yet, it could be separation anxiety... It's not abnormal for animals to be doing that, but on websites like this Im sure people will look for reasons to think that Something weird is happening.
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Sorry...SE florida.
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My dog has been doing the same here in NW Florida.

Dog is 8 years old, but during the past week, for the first time ever, she has been hiding under my bed.

It is a known fact that dogs animals can detect vibrations and sounds that humans cant detect.

I also think it is no coincidence that there was a small earthquake here last week, and that seems to be when the dog started acting strangely.

Does anyone think that dogs can detect HAARP waves too?
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I have a Great Dane, a Weimaraner and a Yellow Lab, and the Yellow Lab has been acting insane when I come home, normally he is energetic but lately it's like he thinks I'm never coming back. Animals see what we can't and they can feel things coming, something is definitely on the horizon.
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I wouldn't worry about it. I am a veterinary technician and I can tell you that this is common with a ton of dogs all the time, it could just be that they are sensitive to the weather. Or better yet, it could be separation anxiety... It's not abnormal for animals to be doing that, but on websites like this Im sure people will look for reasons to think that Something weird is happening.
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If this website is so full of nutjobs, then why are you here?
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My 3 year old this month chocolate lab/pointer mix has been acting very strange the last few days. Shes been wandering around the house acting for lack of a better term "nervous". If me, the wife, or kids go to leave the house she acts almost panicky, as if she doesnt want us to leave. If one of us does leave, she sits in our bay window watching the driveway until they come back home. Shes always been protective but not like this...anybody elses dog been acting quirky?
 Quoting: LoneSurviver


Got 4 dogs in the house. Two youngest ones have been up every two hours. Whining. I let them out but they still whine. I Need sleep!
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Btw I'm in west Florida
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I have one older cat, who is starting to act with "separation anxiety" the last few days. I work out of town, no biggie, she's home and would mostly sleep till I got home. Now she's throwing up - like projectile vomiting (!) - when I'm not there. Does not do it when I'm there, just leaves me a nice mess to clean up, or my hubby when he gets home in the evenings. This is new.

Meanwhile, my friend was telling me this morning that she has a cat that is starting to act all - exorcist. The cat is flinging herself across the room, jumping up over TV's, across the table onto her cat "hotel" etc., knocking over everything in her path. NOT normal! My (other) cat has done some of this, but not necessarily this week.

I am also in sw FL.
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Im in GA and my dog is pacing around the room and the cats are under the bed . Something is up.
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My 3 year old this month chocolate lab/pointer mix has been acting very strange the last few days. Shes been wandering around the house acting for lack of a better term "nervous". If me, the wife, or kids go to leave the house she acts almost panicky, as if she doesnt want us to leave. If one of us does leave, she sits in our bay window watching the driveway until they come back home. Shes always been protective but not like this...anybody elses dog been acting quirky?
 Quoting: LoneSurviver


Got 4 dogs in the house. Two youngest ones have been up every two hours. Whining. I let them out but they still whine. I Need sleep!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17480240


Btw I'm in west Florida
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I have one older cat, who is starting to act with "separation anxiety" the last few days. I work out of town, no biggie, she's home and would mostly sleep till I got home. Now she's throwing up - like projectile vomiting (!) - when I'm not there. Does not do it when I'm there, just leaves me a nice mess to clean up, or my hubby when he gets home in the evenings. This is new.

Meanwhile, my friend was telling me this morning that she has a cat that is starting to act all - exorcist. The cat is flinging herself across the room, jumping up over TV's, across the table onto her cat "hotel" etc., knocking over everything in her path. NOT normal! My (other) cat has done some of this, but not necessarily this week.

I am also in sw FL.
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I doubt studies have been done on this but I would be interested to hear more about the effect of the Corexit BP dumped in the gulf after Deepwater Horizon on animals. Does your cat get tap water?

For as bad as the potential effects are on humans, I would not be surprised to hear it can cause similar or worse effects in animals. [link to rense.com]
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My dog has been acting strange the last few weeks. Shes usually very happy and lazy. she never whines and I mean never. The last few weeks she has been whining like crazy and keeps going to the sliding glass door to look out it. Sometimes she will sit there and growl at nothing.

I live in central indiana
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Sounds like he is trying to communicate with her to get in the car and get them the hell out! Maybe you guys should take a family outing. No need to stress anybody out but chuck your emergency backpack in the car (& lots of water!)and make it sound like a crazy, fun, spontaneous trip to wherever it is that seems safer (and reasonable). It's obviously not that easy to do depending on the size of your family, but it might not be a bad idea. Seems to be what the beagle wants!

Good luck to you all. Take heed of the signs and act with prudence, not hysteria.
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That occurred to me as well. This dog has twice warned us of a fire in moms house. Once a heating pad was left on and started to smolder, another time there was an electrical fire in the walls. The dog barked at the wall and ran around in circles, did the same with the heating pad.
 Quoting: momma coop


Lol - Beagles are great, very clever! He sounds like a fine friend. Keep an eye on him, he'll probably let you know what he wants you to do anyway! hf
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Mommacoup your mom sounds like a loose cannon! Make certain that pup has a way out of the house at all times since he lacks an opposable thumb to turn doorknobs!thumbs
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your an ass.
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I live in Denver. My CATS have been acting very anxious and clingy since Saturday morning.
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I m in the UK and this morning my cat was proper spooked about something , usually quite aloof and cool he was running about like a kitten knocking stuff over etc....he also slept on my bed last night , first time ever and he is over 2......hhmmmmmm !
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South Coast UK, and both my cats have been acting strange since yesterday. Depressed and nervy. The Tom won't eat. It's totally out of their character! They are usually bright and happy cats. :(
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I must have deaf, dumb and silly dogs...all 4 of them are sleeping like they always do. Nothing out of the ordinary here in NW Fla for me. Hope everything goes well for everyone and nothing happens
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Same here, dogs are excited. They know doom is afoot and are ready to defend their master.
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I too have noticed my dog is acting quite differently (I'm in Canada, not the USA as my flag indicates). He seems "anxious" but I don't know why. Yesterday, at one of my favorite websites, I found this and I'm beginning to suspect this might have a lot to do with all this "weird" stuff that's going on: [link to thehiddenlighthouse.blogspot.ca]


This solar system we are in is currently in the great galactic alignment, zero day is fast approaching, sometime towards the end of December of 2012 or early January 2013 according to Nasa.


For the past 50 years Earth and the rest of the solar system have been feeling the effects of entering this alignment, each year the climate, earthquakes, volcanic activity have been progressively getting more extreme, due to the cosmic forces being amplified by the nearing of this solar system to the center of the Milky Way galaxy we are in, Planetary orbits and axis tilts are all being affected by this positioning in the galaxy.


THE REVOLUTIONARY PLANET, URANUS, ENTERED THE ZODIACAL SIGN PISCES, THE FISHES, IN JANUARY, 1920. URANOUS IS FROM A GREEK WORD MEANING HEAVEN "The kingdom of heaven (Uranus) is it hand.

The biggest effect that these corona mass ejections (solar flares) will have, is on the human brain/mind, the electrical appliance sitting on top of your shoulders.
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Bichon up at three in the morning pacing. Let him out then he woke up my son to go out again 4 something.

Seems he is normal agin right now.
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Bichon up at three in the morning pacing. Let him out then he woke up my son to go out again 4 something.

Seems he is normal again right now.
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Live in Montana
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I think this may have something to do with what is going on in the atmosphere. The 'white noise' is driving me mad and has been pretty much constant for a week or so now. A high pitched buzzing is the best way I can describe it. The creatures may be picking up on this also.

UK.
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I have 4 dogs (2,3,3,4yrs), 2 cats (1.5 mo & 6mo old) and a horse (14 yrs old), I've been away since yesterday morning but all seemed normal this past weekend. Wife is a Vet. and didn't mention anything last night when I talked to her on the phone. I'll give ya'll an update later tonight if I notice anything. (Western North Carolina here.)
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My dog is a real "people" dog, always in the room with us, wherever we are. (NE Ohio) He isn't acting more strange than normal, but this thread has me spooked. I do believe the dogs are protecting their families, and can sense things on a different time wave.

Dogs can be trained to warn their owners of seizures, before they happen. They have been filmed getting excited when their owners are on their way home--before they arrive. They can smell cancer growing.

What ever is going on, it doesn't sound like a "good" thing, I hope it is just that they are sensing things they can't understand, like the energy from the sun changing, or bled though from another dimension.

The fact that this is global is fascinating and frightening.

Everyone should keep bumping this thread, and continue their reports to see where this leads till the end of the month.

I have a feeling the "Florida & California" reports, are real let's get out of Dodge reports.

I hope it all blows over and things only change for the better.

Thanks to everyone who shared personal stories. hfhfhf
 Quoting: stillhere


Yeah,I'm close to you (NW Pa) and my three beagles,who are very sensitive to everything,have not been behaving any differently.

BUT....someone on a different site posted this link today,where police and fire radio transmissions can be heard anywhere in the US. Just fooling around,I was listening to my local police calls,and within the first five minutes a call came in about some neighbor's dog has been barking continuously since 8 am,almost four hours. Sure,could have been anything,but...?

In any case,this might be a useful link to you GLPers. If disaster hits,like it always will,you can listen to the first on the scene.

[link to www.radioreference.com]
 Quoting: grassyknoll


I usually only add anything I may have experienced to a thread, but your comment made me think of something. I used to listen to my towns police calls, before they went digital. However, they now use a site called crime reports and I check it every other day or so and I noticed that there were a few calls for barking dogs the past few days. I have seen a call here and there, but not as many as I did when I looked yesterday. I even mentioned to my husband that there were a lot of them, and I was not thinking about anything doom related. As for my dog, he's on the back of the couch snoozing..normal

crimereports.com is the site I used. I don't think every town uses it, but it might be helpful for a few people.
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So both humans and pets are having stomach troubles.

I would suggest it must be related to some chemical sources, i.e. the toxic poison and radiation buildups in the oceans and in the Gulf, or perhaps the Illuminati finally released a new virus which is going to fulfill their long dreamed of plan to kill off the "useless eaters", that is 90 percent of the human race.

I do agree in one sense, 90 percent of people on this planet ARE useless and totally ignorant and asleep, ESPECIALLY AMERICANS.

Americans are the most dumbed down, ignorant, brainwashed fools on the planet. If 90 percent of them were killed off, I would be HAPPY.

I just hope the 10 percent of good ones survive, the ones like on this board, who ARE aware, who are NOT brainwashed, and who are free thinkers.
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MOST INDIANS ARE STUPID, especially the ones that leave their home and come here. Most Americans are hard working people that are tired of our hard earned money going to some dumb ass countries like yours.

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