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Roberta Grimes

Debbie Johnstone has long had an intense affinity with animals. Living animals let her know what they want, where it hurts, whether it is time to ease their deaths, and a great many other things! And she can show that our dead pets are not dead at all, since they are eager to send their love and gratitude back to their pet-parents still on earth. She has some wonderful stories to tell!

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Karen Anderson is a well-known pet communicator whose gift is being able to speak with our beloved animals, both living and transitioned. Her most recent book, The Amazing Afterlife of Animals; Messages and Signs From Our Pets on the Other Side, is an Amazon best-seller and a very enjoyable read.

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Don Landy is a retired businessman who unexpectedly found himself with a German Shepherd puppy named Sabrina. And Sabrina opened Don’s heart to a depth of love that he would not have imagined was possible. Don’s beautifully written book, Unconditional Love, details his transformation. The reason why we are in bodies is to learn to love more perfectly, and Don Landy’s experience reminds us that loving a companion animal can be a wonderful assist in that process.

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Successful businessman Andy Pavarini is a spiritual seeker who has co-written two delightful books with his dog entitled Hunter’s Tail, A Dog’s Guide to Human Healing, Love, and Peace, and Hunter’s Tail, A Guide To Touching Human Hearts One Soul at a Time.The spiritual wisdom in these books is universal. Just as Susanne Wilson’s revealing how the dead think about communication has given us truths that we couldn’t have learned in any other way, so Andy Pavarini has used the perspective of his dog, Hunter, to give us compelling insights that will uplift everyone.

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If there is one question I am asked more frequently than any other it is whether our companion animals are waiting for us in the afterlife levels. Some people lead with a personal challenge: “If my dogs can’t be there, I’m not going!” I understand how they feel. A heaven without our animal friends would not be a heaven at all, so I’m delighted to report to you that every animal we ever have loved awaits us in a beautiful eternal reality where love never ends.

There are many things about the afterlife that we can say are more than likely, based upon nearly two hundred years of abundant and consistent afterlife evidence. This is one thing, though, of which there is no doubt.

Animals are of a fundamentally different spiritual nature than human beings. I have seen messages from channeled entities saying that animals are of a “purer” nature, but I’m not even sure what that means; I know only that animals have spiritual identities, and those identities are unique to each kind of animal. When creatures die in the wild, or when domestic animals die without a close human bond, they return to what is sometimes called a “group soul” that is specific to their species. However, when any kind of non-human creature develops a love-bond with a person, that animal develops a separate identity. It enters our afterlife levels as a young and healthy version of itself, and there it awaits the joyous day when it can again lick our face or perch upon our finger or jump up, purring, into our arms.

You can immediately see a problem. People who enjoy their animal companions will love many cats or dogs or birds in their lifetimes, and the evidence suggests that all of them are going to be waiting for their human friends. There are early-twentieth-century communications where someone who has been in the Summerland for awhile complains about the mob of dogs and cats that greeted a new arrival, and nothing would do but that she first must pat every one of them before human loved ones could get near enough to hug her.

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