This is a remote binding to a cute, fuzzy white fairy kitten.
Katinka, or Tink, if you prefer, is a fairy kitten who wishes to be bound to an object of a person who loves cats and fairies. She will also consider binding to you or your cat.
She is sweet, lovable, and funny! Her only downfall is she tends to fib a lot, but if you challenge her on something you know to be a fib, she will confess.
She told Meta she was a large evil-looking black cat. 😹
Meta could hear her and feel her, but she couldn’t see her. Later Meta told Mya there was a large black cat she needed to interview. Mya looked around and only saw this cute little fuzzy white kitten fairy. So she asked Meta what the cat’s name was so she could call out to it. Meta told her Katinka, and Mya called out. Katinka came promptly. That was our first clue that Katinka is a little stinka!
Katinka’s ability to convince people of the existence of what non-believers call “mythical” Spirit beings is amazing though. She has had two keepers so far, both of which didn’t believe in fairies or even human spirits haunting anything until they met Katinka. She has a way with non-believers, though she won’t divulge her secret, and we respect that. Mya suspects she goes to people in their dreams and shows them something random and off-the-wall, (such as a boomerang or an old wooden pipe, for some unique examples), then ensures that the same person will see that same item somewhere the next day. We had another Spirit with us once who used this type of strategy. She would do this as many times as needed till the non-believer finally believed.
Katinka says her breed is dying off, so her mission is to see to it that all existing cat fairies in the world find mates so that they can continue to populate the earth. She said they are an amazing species, and it would be a terrible loss if they were to become extinct. She travels the world once a week to find cat fairies and coax them to an area where there are more cat fairies
For offerings, Katinka likes chicken, fish, dog biscuits (even though she’s not a dog), dry beans to play with, monarch butterflies and small fuzzy or furry balls.