Animals and the Afterlife

Animals and the Afterlife

If you've ever had a pet, then this book is a
must read
for you and your whole family.

Having a pet is one of life's greatest gifts. The love and companionship they give is unconditional.  Although we'd like them to be with us on this Earth forever, we know that cannot be.

When it is their time to go we often have some questions...

Do animals have souls?
What happens when they die?

Do they still love me?

Filled with heartwarming stories, this award winning book will make a believer out of even the most diehard skeptic.  Along with the authors own experiences, Animals and the Afterlife is chock full of the extraordinary experiences of people from all walks of life, from all over the world.  Uplifting and comforting to anyone who has ever loved and lost, a pet Animals and the Afterlife makes a thoughtful gift for those going through this painful experience.

About the Author:
Kim Sheridan grew up in Southern California, surrounded by animals of various shapes and sizes.  As a child, she seemed to have an extra-special connection to animals and an ability to communicate with them.  Kim spent her free time drawing animals and writing about them, and she won numerous awards for her works. She also had psychic abilities she didn't fully understand, and from a very early age, she was fascinated with paranormal phenomena and the afterlife.

As an adult, she earned degrees in Psychology and Clinical Hypnotherapy. Then, she studied health and nutrition; earned a degree in Naturopathy; and became a respected health writer, researcher, and nutritional consultant.

While grieving the loss of a beloved animal companion, Kim unexpectedly began to receive signs and messages from the Other Side. This led her on an incredible journey into the realm of animals and the afterlife, bringing her full circle to the path begun in childhood. Today she is a highly respected and sought after expert on life after death for animals, and her time is devoted not only to animals but to those who are left behind when they pass.