A Story of a Bird and His Girl

Animal soulmates. Are they real? How do we know? If we know, do we know right away or can it take some time to figure out we were meant to be together? Animal intuitive and sensitive Shannon Cutts with Animal Love Languages shares her own very personal story of meeting her one and only, Pearl.

Max’s Story: I Am Taking Care Of Myself, Mom

Having a soul pet – a deep bond with a companion animal – is a marvelous gift. But it can also present some pitfalls. At the heart and spirit level, there is this seamless connection. Yet at the level of the physical body, each of us has incarnated for our own personal reasons, which may require taking different paths in life. All of this can make death of a soul pet feel excruciating – to the point where we cannot let go of the grief, the guilt, the heartache. Animal communicator Shannon Cutts shares the story of how animal communication helped one grieving human reconnect with her soul dog 30 years after his death.

50 Science Supported Lesser Known Facts About Birds

Birds. Things with wings. Winged wonders. Alternately feared and revered, avians inhabit a world only they can move about in freely. Full of magic when airborne and often almost comical on land, birds always leave us wanting to know more. Animal communicator Shannon Cutts shares 50 science backed lesser known facts about birds to delight all bird lovers.

Jake’s Story: Next Time I Will Need Your Help

Pet death is just about the hardest experience we go through. Because the connection in life is so unconditional and deep, any sense of disturbance or disruption in that connection shakes us to our core. While this is true at any time and any age, it can be especially traumatic when we are in our younger years. And it can be exceptionally traumatic when the animal who is dying is a service dog or emotional support animal. Is there a way through pet death that won’t bring you to your knees? Jake the dog tells animal communicator Shannon Cutts that yes, there is a way.

Will and Estate Planning for Your Pet

End of life planning is nobody’s favorite part of life. Yet human animals are lucky because we can do this necessary task on our own behalf! Our animals, on the other hand, are completely dependent on us to provide for their needs and care if we should die first. Animal communicator Shannon Cutts shares tips and insights to help you begin planning for your pet’s care as part of your will and estate planning process.