Thinking Like a Cat

I am currently writing a new book, Trapped Spirit. I chose to tell the story through the eyes of a cat. I’ve never told a story from a cat’s perspective so this should be interesting!

Cats are typically positive animals. Have you ever noticed when you are rubbing or cuddling with them the energy they give? I love to hear their purring. There’s no greater feeling that when they nudge you back and love on you. Cat’s have a vibe that makes you fall in love with them!

Cats can also sense negative energy and try to avoid it. In Trapped Spirit, there is a negative spirit lurking around. Morris, the cat, is the first to discover that it is there. He tries to help his friends and warn them anytime he sees the spirit.

The spirit doesn’t want Julie and her family to stay in the home and does everything to force them out. At first there are just hints that the house is haunted. But when that doesn’t work the spirit turns the heat up.

If you have any feedback on how to think like a cat. I’d love to hear from you. Comment on this post if you have any ideas for thinking like a cat!


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