Animals and the Afterlife by Kim Sheridan
True Stories of Our Best Friends' Journey Beyond Death

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Kim Sheridan grew up with animals as her constant companions. Each time she faced the death of a beloved pet, along with the pain came the same questions, to which she could find no answers. Then, mysterious things began to happen that she couldn’t explain, which led her on an incredible journey to uncover the truth. Along with her own extraordinary experiences, she compiled heartwarming and meaningful true stories of everyday people around the world, and discovered compelling evidence that forever erased her own doubts about an afterlife for animals. This book provides enormous comfort and reassurance to anyone who has ever cherished a pet, and food for thought for anyone who has ever questioned the place of these beloved creatures in the larger scheme of things, both here on Earth and beyond.

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Kim Sheridan, Ph.D., has degrees in psychology and parapsychic science, and is a highly respected and sought-after expert on life after death for animals. She’s an acclaimed lecturer and workshop leader, providing support to those whose beloved animal companions have passed. A popular guest on radio and television, she’s also the founder of Compassion Circle, with a mission to expand the circle of compassion to all beings.
Published February 1, 2006 by Hay House. 434 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Self Help. Non-fiction

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This distinctly New Age clone of a "Chicken Soup" book will be affecting for many readers, but for those who accept the author's full-blown agenda of animals having souls and communicating to us from the afterlife through mediums (here called "animal communicators") it will be a major survey.

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Take for instance, Wiggie, a cat who warned his human (Debra Tadman) through Sharon Callahan, an animal communicator, that her condo was "a very toxic place for Debra and the other cats and that she needs to do something about this because it is detrimental to Debra's health and the health of the...

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