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.
Protection: The Cheetah may come at a time when we need strength of some sort. Are you feeling under pressure with something? Are you eating healthy and exercising? Do you feel under attack?
Camouflage: The Cheetah can represent someone hiding their true feelings or a situation where nothing is what it appears to be. It can sometimes suggest someone hiding from or not getting help with depression or anxiety.
The Cheetah is very much a card of romance and successful relationships. It can also signify fleeting glimpses of spirit energies bringing messages.
Upright Meanings: warmth, psychic, romantic proposals, caring, attraction, artistic, diplomatic, intelligence, affection, sensitive, offers, invitations, tactful, following your heart, charm, taking action, emotional, dating, creative, gentle, gentlemanly behaviour, chivalry, romantic dreamer, peace loving, being swept off your feet, imaginative, graceful
The Cheetah card can represent proposals, offers, good news and invitations. The news or offers he brings usually carry with them a lot of excitement. They are the kinds of offers or news we hope to receive. An action taker, this card can be an indication that now is the time to take action and follow your heart or that you are about to get swept off your feet. The Cheetah can also signify gentleness, affection and warmth. It can also represent grace under pressure or diplomacy so you may find yourself acting as a mediator in resolving any disputes or conflict. If representing a person The Cheetah is a charming adult (usually20-35 years of age and usually male) who is emotional, romantic, caring, gentle and idealistic. He is chivalrous, warm, tactful and a peace lover or good negotiator. He may be a water sign such as Cancer, Scorpio or Pisces.
Reversed Meanings: turmoil, idleness, revoked offers or proposals, manipulator, heartbreaker, procrastination, fraud, cheating, jumping to conclusions, one night stand, trouble-making, obsession, lack of diplomacy, homosexuality, moodiness, disappointment, bad news, tantrums, avoiding confrontation, untruthful, sensuality, deception, unrequited love
The Cheetah reversed card can represent revoked offers or proposals, bad news and withdrawn invitations. The news this card brings usually brings with it heartbreak, sorrow or disappointment. The Cheetah reversed card can be telling you not to jump to conclusions or to check your facts before taking action. In reverse The Cheetah can also signify moodiness, tantrums and emotional turmoil so expect stressful situations when he appears. The Cheetah reversed can also indicate that you may be procrastinating or avoiding taking action rather than confronting a situation head on. If representing a person, The Cheetah reversed can indicate that an adult (usually 20-35 year of age and usually male) who at first appears to be charming and trustworthy may turn out to be any of the following: disloyal, passive aggressive, commitment-phobic, a drifter, a manipulator, a cheater or a heartbreaker. He may be a water sign such as Cancer, Scorpio or Pisces.