The interpretation of any of the above is the same as a cat except that the illness is of a less serious nature and for a shorter period.
MongooseIf you dream about a mongoose attacking a snake, you will have to defend your reputation against nasty gossip.In your dream, if the mongoose succeeded in killing the snake, you will succeed against all hostilities.
LynxTo see a lynx in your dream symbolizes secrecy. You need to expose and examine the secrets around you and learn from them.
LynxThe main quality associated with the lynx is its keen eyesight, thus in a dream it can often portray objectivity.
Lynx(Cheetah; Panther) Lynx, a cheetah, or a panther in a dream represent might, exaltation, cuddling and coquetry, along with anger, rage and enmity.Alynx in a dream also represents an enemy who does not show either his enmity nor friendliness. Fighting with a lynx in a dream means fighting with someone…
Lynx1. A sense that someone is keeping a secret. 2. A remarkable ability to adapt to change. 3. A feeling that someone harbors anger toward another individual.
LynxA dream warning you that you are watched by a keen-eyed enemy (Artemidorus).
WeaselTo dream about a weasel represents your lack of trust in others.It may also mean that you are being deceitful.
WeaselTo see a weasel bent on a marauding expedition in your dreams, warns you to beware of the friendships of former enemies, as they will devour you at an unseemly time.If you destroy them, you will succeed in foiling deep schemes laid for your defeat.
WeaselThe weasel traditionally highlights the devious, less than honest side of ourselves.
Weasel(Marten; Mongoose) In a dream, a weasel represents an insolent person, a fool and a stupid man who is unjust and ruthless.If a weasel enters a house in a dream, it means that evil or adversities may take place inside one’s dwellings.A weasel is the only mammal that can kiss…
Weasel1. An untrustworthy person. 2. The dreamer him/herself is deceitful.
WeaselA dream forecasting friendship for malicious persons (Gypsy). “An emblem of malice.”