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Big Bad Voodoo

Animal consciousness

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In what extend animals are self awared?

Donald Griffin spole about animal selfawareness and emotions.

http://en.wikipedia....l_consciousness

http://en.wikipedia..../Donald_Griffin

What do you think?

I think they are telepathic.

Telepathic pets

Cats who know exactly when they are going to be taken to the vets. Dogs who sense their owners' whereabouts - even if they are miles away. And birds who seem to mourn the deaths of those around them... our pets and other animals have always been intuitive - but do they really have a mysterious sixth sense?

Source: http://www.dailymail...nsing-dogs.html

Big Bad Voodoo

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My dog dreams and talks in his sleep. He loves to wait for hand outs when I eat however he has never shared any dog dinners with me ...yes very self-aware :rolleyes:

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My dog dreams and talks in his sleep. He loves to wait for hand outs when I eat however he has never shared any dog dinners with me ...yes very self-aware :rolleyes:

And obviously calculated. :w00t:

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I have a Great Dane and she is definitely self-aware. She knows how big she is, and exactly how much of her weight she can use to lean on you without knocking you over.

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