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What does it mean when a black cat crosses in front of you from right to left ?

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It means a black cat crossed in front of you, not really any different then if a pink cat crossed in front of you. However the pink cat may have some significant value so I'd try to catch that one.

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In some places people have a superstition that if a cat crosses your path from right to left, it's a sign of bad omen. It's also said that if the cat crosses from left to right, it's a sign of favorable times.

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It's trying to get your attention

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for what?
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Slow down and swerve to avoid it.

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The cat was heading east. Later, it will head north, south or west, depending on what it wants to do.

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really?
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Actually, it probably means (according to superstition) that the cat is going elsewhere and taking its bad luck with it.
So, you might be lucky if you go the other way.
If it comes close to you, on your right, than that cat no longer has bad luck and you're going to have a neutral day (concerning luck).
If it comes close to you on your left side, then, at least in dreams, you're going to doubt your intuition or you "are experiencing some fear in using your psychic abilities"

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Ok I have a black cat that walks in front of me all the time. Nothing bad has ever happened and it never will. Stop being so supersticious.

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It means he's got some places to go.

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