I was asked by a friend who is very in to cats to delve into the Akashic Records and get some fun answers for her on what cats feel like around the following questions.
Did cats really like lifetimes spent in Egypt/Persia where they were revered as gods, better?
No they like their current lives better because the people they are family with have evolved, and they have more luxurious lives than they did then, despite what you may think. And anyway cats already know their place in the scheme of things, and already think themselves gods, because they are (as are you!).
What's the least/best likable thing about humans throughout history....
From a cats point of view humans have used them as scapegoats for their own fears. That’s pretty unlikeable to a cat as they own their own fears and recognize their own Divinity, unlike humans in the past.
They are happy that humans are, for the most part, finally coming to understand their place in the scheme of things, though they know there is still a long way to go.
Do most of the stay incarnating as cats, or switch around to other animals...
A cat knows itself to be a superior being in the human realm, but they do have the ability to incarnate as humans once they get bored as cats. They seldom go back to being a cat unless they want a rest or want to learn to play again.
What do they do between lives?
As all beings do, they spend time playing and learning new skills, following their interests as a Soul. They sometimes also sit in with one of their human Soul friends in their classes on different aspects of life on Earth and when they need to learn specific techniques for navigating their next lifetime.
Do they aspire to become human?
Most cats will tell you that humans are rather limited vehicles for the Soul. As a cat they have superior senses and see the world quite differently than humans. When they wish to develop their cognitive brains they can take on a human body, but they understand the limitations and the karmic implications once they do. As cats their instincts drive their behaviour, which doesn’t invoke karma. They know it is cognitive choices that do that and that creates karma.