Feline: The cat family can represent a female, you or a person close, or a situation that might traditionally be thought of as a female responsibility. It can sometimes suggest chasing a love that is not returned.
Darkness: The Puma can represent depression or worry and often relates to a person close to us. Sometimes it can suggest dark thoughts such as jealousy or revenge. The card can be a sign of worrying unnecessarily.
Barriers: The Puma can represent obstacles, a person or situation holding us back. Career wise it may be lack of experience or qualifications. In a relationship it is often a communication issue.
Fertility: Drawing The Puma can be a sign of pregnancy, present or future. It can also represent a very young child or a mother-to-be in your life. More symbolically it can mean seeds of an idea or project that need your attention.
The Puma is a card that often signifies good news on the home front although sometimes warns to take care of the finances. It can sometimes suggest moving home or a property purchase.
Upright Meanings: independence, grace, retirement, green thumb, rewards through hard work, sophistication, property, pregnancy, solitude, mature or independent woman, success, thriving business, profit, beauty, collecting on investments, freedom, menopause, indulgence, well-being, contentment, prosperity, birth, financial stability/security, self-discipline/ control/ reliance, maturity, wisdom, abundance, status, elegance, wealth
The Puma is a great omen to get as it represents success, independence, confidence, freedom, security and stability. It is a minor card of abundance, prosperity and wealth gained through hard work, self-discipline and control and self-reliance. It signifies that you have worked very hard to create the success and status you are experiencing and now is the time to enjoy it. So indulge yourself, pamper yourself and enjoy the luxury and contentment your accomplishments bring you. The Puma also signifies beauty, grace, elegance and sophistication so you may find yourself enjoying the finer things in life when it appears. This card also tells you that you have gained maturity and wisdom through your perseverance. If representing a person, it usually represents a strong, confident, independent woman who is beautiful and sophisticated and has worked hard to get where she is.
Reversed Meanings: not earning your wealth, shady investments, gold-digger, cheap, theft, termination, marrying for money/ status, lack of sophistication/elegance, lack of independence/stability/security, lack of self-discipline, over-indulgence, con artist, possible loss, working too hard, caution, dishonesty, prostitution, deceit, miscarriage, reckless spending, superficial, no style, failure, scams, property damage
The Puma reversed can indicate a lack of independence, confidence, freedom, security or stability. This minor card in a reversed position can signify that someone may be trying to get rewards without putting the work in. You get out of life what you put in so make the effort. Also, it warns you to remember that material possessions are not the key to happiness and putting all the focus on them can cause people to become superficial and come across as cheap, shallow or tacky. Alternatively, this card can represent someone working so hard in one area of life to the detriment of other areas. There is nothing wrong with focusing on your goals but remember not to let the rest of your life pass you by. There is also an element of dishonesty or deceitfulness represented by this card so be sure you are treating others with honesty and integrity and be wary of dishonesty from others when it appears in your reading. Also, be careful not to overindulge when this card appears as it can indicate a lack of self-control. The Puma reversed also signifies a lack of grace, elegance, sophistication or style. If representing a person, it can represent a female who is money hungry, superficial, deceitful and reckless or who lacks sophistication, confidence or maturity.