Card One Represents the Past
The first card drawn is the Queen of Pentacles. This looks like a happy contented cat, finding herself in the lap of luxury. Was she a part of a large litter? I feel that she was. There is a lot of motherly energy in this card and fertility symbols. Amber sees herself as a mother or likes to mother other pets in the household. Other pets look to her as a maternal figure. Also a card of success, so if she was human, Amber would be a good business woman as she would never let any obstacle to financial freedom get in her way. She likes to keep the balance in all things. I feel she is involved in books, or she features in stories.
Card Two Represents the Present
The second card drawn is The Fool. This card signifies a leap into the unknown, a leap of faith if you like. Of showing no fear, just curiousity about everything and filled with sheer excitement about having fun. It's a card of new beginnings, of turning the page and of good things to come. The butterfly symbolizes a free spirit and the spirit itself. Also reincarnation and innocence, purity. Amber is a master of her own universe, acts on impulse and is quite the fearless one. I feel that she enjoys being a bit of a character and delights in making humans laugh.
Card Three Represents the Near Future
In this position we have The Hanged Man, a card not really as scary as it seems (or looks). Everything in this card looks chaotic, with the feeling of uncertainty and untidiness. The cat is climbing curtains and may appear distressed, but really, climbing is the cat's idea of fun, isn't it? It's what cats do. A cat may be sitting there one minute, all zen-like, and then the next minute she will be sprinting across the room having a mad moment and leaping on doors, climbing curtains, etc. There is an urgency to do other things, or simply to meditate and advance the spirit. This is a card of avoiding conflict with another. I feel Amber is like this. In her case, conflict with other cats or animals in the house. She does not like to fight, but would rather sit it out in a quiet corner, her own hideaway.
To sum up, Amber is quite the settled cat. Happy with life and her surroundings. She feels well loved and cared for and has more than she could ever wish for.