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Pets Have Souls Too


Pets Have Souls Too

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    Available in PDF Format | Pets Have Souls Too.pdf | English
    Jenny Smedley(Author)

Do our pets have souls? Jenny Smedley's work with people and their pets has led to overwhelming evidence not only that they do, but that they also have the capacity to help, heal and even be reborn, giving comfort and unconditional love to all. With true stories from their owners, you'll find out about:

·pets who revisit their owners after death
·pet messengers, who bring back news of passed loved ones
·psychic pets
·pets and reincarnation
·wild animals and their souls
·how to communicate with your pet on a soul level

If you've ever experienced the emotional trauma of losing a beloved pet, then you're going to be enormously comforted by Jenny Smedley's riveting book, Pets Have Souls Too. These entrancing stories of people's spiritual connection to their old pets are essential reading for animal lovers everywhere. (Mary Bryce, Editor Chat - It's Fate 2008-11-17)Enchanting and enlightening... a perfect gem. (Jacky Newcomb 2008-10-01)A great read...this book will bring comfort and joy to anyone that has or lost a much-loved pet. This is a well written and touching book; I found it hard to put it down. (Andy Chrysostomou High Spirit Magazine)

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Book details

  • PDF | 240 pages
  • Jenny Smedley(Author)
  • Hay House UK (4 May 2009)
  • English
  • 3
  • Religion & Spirituality

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  • By Mr. S. P. Thompson on 17 November 2009

    We love animals and have had many pets but our dogs have been more than pets,they were members of the family. This book was a comforting experience.We have lost our beloved pet dogs but my cousin who lives in the U.S. lost her two long standing companions, two Beagles called Teddy and Linus and she wrote to us that if there are no dogs in heaven she doesn't want to go....I know what she means and this book makes any pet lover who has lost their dog, (and I guess heaven is probably NOT the domain of pet dogs either..)feel much better about their loss.You can't recommend this book, if you need to you will read it and be comforted by it, little else needs to be said.Since I originally did this review our beloved Jack Russell aged 12 years passed on(5th January 2010) and thanks to this book our grief is less than it could have been. We look forward to seeing him again on the 'Rainbow Bridge'This IS a good book.

  • By Jenny on 6 July 2009

    This is a wonderful book, especially for the many people like myself who have lost a beloved pet.I have been breaking my heart for the last three years since I lost my best friend- and also wondering what does happen to our pets when they pass away.Reading this book made so much sense to me and I was extremely sceptical when I bought it.I now know that my angel is still with me,albeit in a different body,although still the same breed.If you have lost an animal and are looking for answers, please read Jenny's book and hopefully she will be able to put your mind at rest too.

  • By Rozzie on 13 March 2011

    A wonderful book by Jenny Smedley coupled with heart warming stories from other writers about the love and devotion of their pets once they have passed, an ideal gift for someone grieving the loss of a special family member to let them know they will always be around them as well as in their heart.

  • By Christine T on 27 January 2014

    This is one of 5 books I've very recently bought for my elderly mother. Reason being that, just 8 days ago, one of her two very beloved 16-year-old cats had to be "put down", due to cancer. The two cats are brothers, and my mum is very deeply distressed at the (temporary) loss of one of them. She does understand we all survive the very illusory event that's so very wrongly termed "death".Not only is she having to try to cope with her own very deep distress at the loss of William, but also is having to comfort his brother, Jimmy; Jimmy does not know where his brother has gone, and is very "clingy" with my mum, and has been sniffing around, wondering where his brother's scent has disappeared to.On receipt of this (and another book by the author, Jenny Smedley), my mum was very appreciative indeed, and told me that the books were helping her to come to terms with the loss of her darling William.

  • By H. Wainwright on 9 December 2009

    Not the sort of book I would normally buy, but something told me I had to read it. Jenny actually teaches how to communicate with pets, which I tried on my two cats with great success. It was worth buying for that one enlightening page alone.

  • By Mr. J. W. Langford on 11 May 2011

    This is a very good book if you have just lost your pet, it teaches you that animals do have souls (already knew that) and it makes you not so scared of dying knowing that you are going to meet up with you pets again

  • By Karmakat on 31 December 2011

    A must read for anyone who has every had a pet, and lost them. Jenny Smedley deals with the matter of the death of a pet in such a loving way that you know in your heart what she speaks is the truth. When you lose a pet there is a hole left in your life that you feel will never be filled again. Reading Jenny lets you know that hole is of your own imagining, because your beloved Tom, Fluff or Jason are still there with you. A book that gives you more than entertainment, it gives you hope.

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