After the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, people reported seeing animals fleeing to higher ground minutes before the tsunami arrived.
There was a popular news story in 2007 about a cat who lived in a nursing home and consistently jumped on a patient’s bed within a couple of hours of the person’s death. Dogs often alert their owners before a health crisis occurs, like a heart attack or stroke.
It appears that animals have some kind of heightened sixth sense to subtle changes in the environment and to the people around them. They are tuned in to changes in smell and vibratory shifts. It’s clear that some animals can sense human emotion and respond to it.
So do people have a sixth sense? I think we do — but not in a magical, woo woo way. I think there is science behind it.