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Do Cats Hallucinate?

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In general, cats do not hallucinate, however, there are instances when a cat can be very ill and it is possible that they could hallucinate. If a cat has an eye condition such as cataracts or glaucoma, hallucinations are also possible. Cats have amazing eyesight and see things that human eyes cannot. It is often thought that a cat is hallucinating because it sees something that the owner does not. It could be a leaf or piece of debris floating around in the air that we don't see in the dark that has their attention.
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to imagine a cat with ur own eyes as though it is actually there in front of you , flesh and bones.when its not. illusions, kinda. hope that helps.
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Cats should not hallucinate unless there is a problem. If you think your cat is
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How to answer this one tactfully? Typically, hallucinogenic chemicals must be introduced into the system, they are not simply 'present' Not for you, nor for your cat. Not so sure
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