I can't remember exactly how old I was, but I was roughly around 11-13 years old. We'd always had pets growing up from mice to hamsters, chickens and later on a rabbit.
This story is about my dog Elsa (Rottweiler) and my sister's cat Meow Meow, who was white with one green eye and one blue eye. Elsa passed away from cancer maybe a year prior to this incident and meow meow had run away. The house at the time was old, my room was positioned in the middle of the hallway so if I were standing at my doorway, I could turn right and follow it down to my mums' and sister's rooms or left into the kitchen and lounge room. Elsa was kept inside as well as meow meow, they were very well behaved, only meow meow would bring in live 'presents' for my sister, live birds and mice etc.
One night I was asleep and I slept with my door open because I was afraid on the dark... As all children are at some stage. I could feel something strange, I felt like something was inclining me to look at the hallway, I was reluctant but I did it anyway and heard a kind of light thumping then I saw meow meow running down the hall towards my mums room and shortly after I saw Elsa running after her. I was scared at the time but after a while I mustered out at "Elsa... Meow meow" (feeling very stupid at the time but I didn't see them again. I went back to sleep and in the morning I told my sister and she naturally didn't believe me, but I swear to this day I saw them running down the hall.
Elsa was buried in the backyard when she died, I used to sit on her grave and cry. Maybe it was her way of saying that her and Meow Meow are at peace together?
I don't know what happened, but I definitely know what I saw, and since then, we'd had numerous occasions of unexplained events between me and my sister, she's had objects thrown at her and I've frequently seen a tall cloaked figure with no face, just a cloak watching me.
I love the supernatural and believe in it and use to love to imagine being part of it all but after having an experience involving ghosts, it's just scary.