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To dream of a cat represents behavior that's protective of itself being safe no matter what it does. Behavior that watches every single thing happening in a situation while needing to be safe and doesn't like a single thing that even felt like it isn't staying safe. Behavior that won't get angry or attack unless you get too personal about threatening confident safety. Perfect safety that's mean about liking itself the way it is while never listening to anything wrong. A mindset that thinks of perfect safety for itself without thinking of other people.

Positively, dreaming about cats represents competition, enemies, or obstacles that appear confident, but are, in reality, easily scared away when challenged. A coward or wimp you can easily scare away. Confident safety that feels good being unquestioned. Behavior that confidently can't be embarrassed because it's too nice or in control of itself. Nice, safe, or non-violent people that are protected and looked after. Talking back to people who don't think they can be talked back to. Warding off dangerous behavior with appearances without having to say anything about it. Empty threats that work effectively to protect you without effort. Intelligence about staying safe no matter what it's doing. A nice safe person who is best left alone because you are bothering them or aggravating them too much. Waking up to the reality that you don't need to feed illusions or delusions whether they are yours or someone else's.

Negatively, dreaming about a cat represents an illusion of safe confidence about something that isn't as tough as it says it is. Fear of looking weak and convincing yourself that you need to say anything to keep confident. Behavior or attitudes that appear confidently safe, but are, in reality, easily scared away when challenged. Feelings about being easily scared away once it's time to stand up for yourself or confront an issue. Telling yourself that you're confidently safe, but giving up once pressured. False beliefs that you've convinced yourself are true in order to feel safe. Assumptions or daydreaming about things you feel good about never questioning being emotionally dangerous. Not believing in yourself as much as you say you do. Being a wimp when you tell yourself that you're not. Thinking about a dangerous situation or person isn't a big problem when you are actually afraid to stand up to them. Refusing to acknowledge personal weaknesses or flaws that need to be addressed because you are too serious about needing to tell yourself you are confidently safe. Unfounded beliefs that provide a false sense of control or understanding. Avoiding confrontation or difficult conversations because of a deluded belief that the situation will resolve itself without intervention because you feel perfectly safe never having to yet. Considering suicide when you are too scared to go through with it for real. A delusion that everything is safe. A delusion that talking to romantic interest is easy when it isn't. Believing that a relationship will work out even when there are clear signs of incompatibility or you are too scared to begin talking to the person. An attitude of perfect safety that's mean to yourself.

A cat in a dream may also reflect your need to feel good, feel loved, or feel comfortable about things that aren't objective. Choosing to ignore facts or reality because it feels better. Lying to yourself to avoid feeling pain or hard truth. Lying to others so that they will think you are safe. Feeling safe not standing up for yourself. Overdoing confidence about something that you'll never stand up to. An irrational belief that you're confident enough to do something that you've never been proven you're incapable of. Feeling safe feeling sorry for yourself. Feeling sorry for other people. Attempting to cheer people up that doesn't work. Talking about suicide when you are too scared to go through with it. A false sense of confident safety. Someone else that feels good about themselves being serious or dangerous when they're not. Feeling that nobody likes you being perfectly safe and keeps testing you. Putting up a front that can be easily embarrassed.

Cats are often one of the worst symbols a person can dream about because the very problem they symbolize may be too hard or scary for the person's ego to change. Illusions or delusions. Nobody wants to admit to themselves that they are more scared than they let on to others. Nobody wants to see themselves as accepting themselves as a sissy. Something a person will easily live in denial about or never want to confront because it feels safer to never face reality.

To dream of attacking a cat may represent a desire or need to confront and challenge the illusions of confidence or security in your life. Struggling with your own illusions or delusions of confident safety. You may feel the urge to expose false beliefs or behaviors in yourself or others that have been hiding behind a facade of confidence. Your determination to break through deceptive appearances and face the truth, even if it means confronting difficult or uncomfortable situations. A readiness to assert yourself, overcome self-doubt, or challenge those who are pretending to be more confident than they really are. Alternatively, it could indicate a need to assert yourself in situations where you feel others are being deceptive or insincere. Feelings about someone else being a big sissy fake you can easily scare away. Awareness of other people having illusions about life situations being safe or easy.

To dream of a black cat represents an illusion of confident safety that's imbalanced, scary, or excessive. Using threats that scare people to protect yourself when you have no intention of backing up your threats if pressured. An irrational fear of something that will give up once pressured. Alternatively, a black cat may reflect an illusion of confidence that being too serious or professional will protect you. Attempts to scare people that don't work because you will give up if challenged. Liking to think you are safe no matter what in a way that makes other people think you are over the line.

To dream of a white cat represents a balanced illusion of confident safety in something that is pure, honest, or balanced. Illusions or delusions based on good intentions. An example of a balanced illusion is fantasizing about marrying someone you have a crush on, but are too scared to talk to. A feeling of being a good person who wants to act on their beliefs but may feel hesitant to do so. Believing in something to be perfectly safe when you are too scared to act on it once confronted or pressured with it for real. Believing that your relationship is built on mutual trust and honesty, even if there are signs that your partner is being dishonest or unfaithful. Wanting to get pregnant, but being too scared away from talking about it easily if your husband doesn't want to.

To see a dark green cat in a dream represents an illusion of confidence that is selfish. Thinking of nothing except yourself as the reason you feel perfectly safe when in reality you are scared away easily when challenged. Overdoing never thinking of anything except yourself to feel safe until someone more important scares you away from it. Overcontrolling yourself feeling safe being depressed by yourself as the reason you won't change until someone makes you. Feeling safe feeling sorry for yourself being so ugly that nobody would ever want to date you. Choosing to believe that you are a failure because it's more comfortable than trying new things. Alternatively, it may reflect delusional beliefs about money, power, or being better than other people. A snobby wimp in your life. A person who frequently lies to others or themselves about their abilities, talents, or accomplishments in order to feel more important or superior, but who becomes very defensive or easily scared when their abilities or accomplishments are called into question. Someone who has an inflated sense of their own intelligence, abilities, or expertise in a particular area, but who becomes easily scared or intimidated when faced with challenges or obstacles that threaten to expose their weaknesses or limitations. This person may also be very defensive and resistant to feedback or criticism from others, as they are unwilling to acknowledge or address their own limitations.

To dream of an orange cat represents an illusion of confident safety about something that is effective or makes you feel it matters too much to do without it. An illusion of confidence that is very effective in making you keep believing that you need it. An illusion that you don't matter without someone or something you grew accustomed to. Feeling confident that you can fire an employee easily and then scaring yourself with how difficult it will be to hire someone better.

To see a blue cat in a dream represents an illusion of confident safety about something truthful or thoughtful. Truthfulness or thoughtfulness that will only think of its own perfect safety. Feeling that telling the truth gives you confident safety when in reality you will scare away easily if pressured. Thinking people won't get you back for telling the truth or discussing safe thoughtful ideas when they actually will. People who believe in past lives or in the supernatural often dream of blue cats, possibly indicating that they don't feel safe discussing it with every single person they know once serious life situations occur. Unrealistic heroic acts or plans. Truthful safety that is perfectly confident about its own safety and nobody else's. Confidence in truthful safety that will never protect you from looking stupid. Confidence that someone will be honest about never killing you, but will not protect you from looking stupid saving yourself. Truthfulness or insensitivity that listens to its own safety first no matter what. Non-violent behavior that will force others to experience insensitive difficulty.

God may be reflected in dreams as a blue cat because people tend to assume God will always perfectly protect them because he is truthful while feeling that God embarrasses them with appearing to not exist if they show off too much not being realistic.

To dream of a grey cat represents an illusion of confidence or safety that chooses to avoid feeling good, being unremarkable, or ordinary. Avoiding feeling good to stay safe when you don't like it. Feeling that disappointment is safer than moving on. A person preferring to think depressed suicidal thoughts when they are too scared to ever go through with it.

To dream of an aggressive cat represents feelings of difficulty letting go of illusions of overprotective safety. Difficulty getting over illusions or delusions that you have lived with for a long time while not liking self-improvement that forces you to move on from them. Difficulty being confident without an "emotional crutch." A woman or sensitive person that doesn't like you not listening to them. Protecting yourself emotionally with perfect safety in a way that feels dangerous or unpleasant instead of giving up on it. Fear that feels that it's safer to never move on. Being mean to yourself. Not liking why a lovely situation isn't lovely anymore.

To dream that you are afraid of a cat represents fear of being seen as a sissy. Fear of not being accepted safely the way you are. Fears of having to change or hide parts of yourself to fit in. Current insecurities that something isn't as safe as you want it to be. Fear of someone else's illusions of confidence, insecurities, or a false sense of safety.

To dream of a house full of cats represents an excessive amount of perfect safety staying the way you are that might not help you. Living with too many illusions or delusions. An excessive amount of illusions or perfect safety that will never stand up for itself. Too much choosing to never stand up for yourself that never dispels illusions about life or other people. Choosing to live safe with the belief that other people are too strong or dangerous when they aren't. You may feel that your entire life revolves around a lie that you fear revealing to others. A sign that you may be emotionally dependent on fantasies or that you need to be a lot more objective. Excessive watching of porn that gives you illusions about how easy it is to talk to the opposite sex. You have a lot of confidence in things that you believe in that aren't true.

Example: A man dreamed of trying to drown a cat. In waking life, was lying about ever giving his son $200,000 he promised and then tried to do everything he could to avoid paying the money once it was time. In this case, the cat may have reflected his feelings about his son not being as easy as he thought to scare off with difficult conditions for the release of the money.

Example 2: A man dreamed of feeding a cat. In waking life, he felt sorry for homeless people and was regularly giving them money as a new habit. In this case, the cat may have reflected his feelings about his generosity to homeless people taking control of him due to feeling sorry for them. He trained himself to fear walking passed them instead of safely ignoring them if he wanted to.

Example 3: A man dreamed of a cat. In waking life, he felt good taking vitamins believing they were good for him when they never produced any noticeable results. In this case, the cat may have reflected his need to feel good being confident and safe about the vitamins that lacked objectivity or evidence. He discontinued the vitamins and felt better that he didn't need them.

Example 4: A girl dreamed of a pet cat. In waking life, someone told her that her best friend was spreading rumors about her and she refused to believe it. In this case, the cat may have reflected her illusions of safe confidence about her friend being loyal, trustworthy, and supportive" despite evidence suggesting otherwise. It may also have reflected her avoidance of challenging her friend with ease because could at any time.

Example 5: A woman dreamed of having cats in her car. In waking life, she was having trouble believing in herself while living an independent life after she left an abusive husband. In this case, the cats in her car may have reflected her illusions about being a confident, safe, and independent person after living with dependence on her abusive husband for so long.

Example 6: A man dreamed of a white cat. In waking life, he was totally in love with the idea of getting married to a woman he was too scared to talk to. In this case, the cat may have reflected his illusion of confidence that talking to the woman was easy while the white color of the cat reflected his honest intentions for marriage. He was privately confident about the woman, but personally too scared to talk to her.

Example 7: A man dreamed of a big dark grey housecat that looked tough and mean. In waking life, he was threatening suicide when he didn't really want to go through with it. He just wanted someone to stop being unsupportive towards him. In this case, the cat may have reflected his illusion that going through with suicide would be easy emotionally while scaring away easily at the last minute.

Example 8: A woman dreamed of a black cat having to be protected from a dog. In waking life, her Dad died and her sisters were not being honest about settling the estate. In this case, the black cat may have reflected her illusion of confidence in deserving her share of the inheritance without a court fight by using legal threats that might scare her sisters away. She may have secretly thought if she asserted herself she might be embarrassed with a lawsuit threat that was too scared to carry out due to expenses or a fear of losing the lawsuit.

Example 9: A woman dreamed of an orange cat biting her. In waking life, she didn't trust her domestic worker. In this case, the orange cat may have reflected her feelings about her domestic worker being powerfully protected with safety by labor laws making her too scared to fire them, when firing them was easy.

Example 10: A woman dreamed of taking her cat with her wherever she went and not wanting to disturb her cat. In waking life, she was on vacation with her husband and child who wouldn't stop watching World Cup football making her go sightseeing on her own. In this case, the cat may have reflected her lack of confidence to disrupt or challenge the dynamics of her family, which were making her feel left out or alone. She may have had an illusion that getting angry at her family was too serious to attempt.

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