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Animals acting strange

 
Anonymous Coward
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03/06/2013 12:04 PM
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Animals acting strange
Yes all my animals are acting strange. I have four dogs and two cats. Two small dogs inside and two big dogs outside and cats in and out. The small dogs have been staring in to space a lot as if they are day dreaming and not eating. The two big dogs are extremely whiney and constantly trying to get in the house, which is something they have never done. Cats not eating and just not as playful as they once were. I wouldn't think much of it if it were just one of the animals but all six???
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03/06/2013 12:12 PM
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Re: Animals acting strange
I hear ya. Squirrels are barking in my front yard again. They act like they all on meth.
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03/06/2013 12:14 PM
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Re: Animals acting strange
What is your location?
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03/06/2013 12:18 PM
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What is your location?
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If you talkin to me I'm in Sacramento ca. These squirrels is crazy as hell.
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03/06/2013 12:19 PM
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Re: Animals acting strange
depends on your geographical location
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03/06/2013 12:21 PM

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Yes all my animals are acting strange. I have four dogs and two cats. Two small dogs inside and two big dogs outside and cats in and out. The small dogs have been staring in to space a lot as if they are day dreaming and not eating. The two big dogs are extremely whiney and constantly trying to get in the house, which is something they have never done. Cats not eating and just not as playful as they once were. I wouldn't think much of it if it were just one of the animals but all six???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32965660


The case are the Mother-ships, they can sense them but you do not.

They are now around Earth, altitude just 50 KM. Number around 110 of which 103 larger than 2 KM.
They are still out of phase and most of them in stationary positions above cities.
You will be only be able to see them as spots in the sky where the stars appear to be blurry and a bit more vibrating, in location and size.

Have a look on a cloudless night.

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03/06/2013 12:22 PM
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Re: Animals acting strange
strangely
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03/06/2013 12:24 PM
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Re: Animals acting strange
Yes all my animals are acting strange. I have four dogs and two cats. Two small dogs inside and two big dogs outside and cats in and out. The small dogs have been staring in to space a lot as if they are day dreaming and not eating. The two big dogs are extremely whiney and constantly trying to get in the house, which is something they have never done. Cats not eating and just not as playful as they once were. I wouldn't think much of it if it were just one of the animals but all six???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32965660


The case are the Mother-ships, they can sense them but you do not.

They are now around Earth, altitude just 50 KM. Number around 110 of which 103 larger than 2 KM.
They are still out of phase and most of them in stationary positions above cities.
You will be only be able to see them as spots in the sky where the stars appear to be blurry and a bit more vibrating, in location and size.

Have a look on a cloudless night.

yoda
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Do the squirrels sense them too? Or did they just get into someone's meth stash?
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03/06/2013 12:26 PM

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Re: Animals acting strange
squirrels barking
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03/06/2013 12:27 PM
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Re: Animals acting strange
My dog has been acting up also

Mainly at night

I'm in se pa
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03/06/2013 12:32 PM
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The frequencies are ramping up and animals can sense it better than we can.
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03/06/2013 12:37 PM

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The frequencies are ramping up and animals can sense it better than we can.
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They hear the much higher frequencies that we can't.
Tickles their ears. Makes them howl.
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03/06/2013 12:40 PM

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Re: Animals acting strange
Yes all my animals are acting strange. I have four dogs and two cats. Two small dogs inside and two big dogs outside and cats in and out. The small dogs have been staring in to space a lot as if they are day dreaming and not eating. The two big dogs are extremely whiney and constantly trying to get in the house, which is something they have never done. Cats not eating and just not as playful as they once were. I wouldn't think much of it if it were just one of the animals but all six???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32965660


I swear I was going to do a thread about the same thing earlier (couldn't though, having problems with site). My dogs all go ballistic when I let them out in the mornings, and I have horses who get impatient for morning feed. At the same time when I go out to feed them I get a crowd of birds hovering round for bits of feed. It's always a bit frantic.

This morning though the dogs didn't even want to get up, eventually strolled out; the horses didn't care about their feed and the birds didn't pester me. It all seemed as if there was a dead calm over everything. Very strange.
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