If he sees himself as eating the flesh of a donkey or taking possession of one or slaughtering it for food, it means he will receive unlawful wealth.
This indicates that the slaughterer will subject the man to oppression, for slaughtering something that is not edible is oppression.
This means he will oppress someone whom the Haraam animal represents.
Killing or slaughtering a cat means that a person will over power his enemy or rival.
A child or member of his family will die.
If a person sees himself as slaughtering an ewe for its meat, it is a glad tiding that he will receive some benefit from a woman.
It means he will marry a woman.
If he sees himself as slaughtering or killing a sheep not for food it means he will subjugate or gain victory over a powerful and strong man.
If a person sees himself slaughtering a working-ox (meant for ploughing), and distributing its meat it means he will dies soon. But if it is not a working-ox he will die in the same place and his estates will be distributed.
Slaughtering a calf or ox that has not yet worked in the fields means that the person will exploit another person, devouring his estates before his death.