Sheri connected me to my cat, Bailey, who had recently passed away. She was given his name, age, and a few photos that I had picked out.
Within minutes, she was quoting the movie my Mister Bailey was named for. I did not tell her that he was, in fact, George Bailey.
Sheri was able to bring through Bailey’s gentle demeanor, his silly sense of humor, and his fierce sense of protection over me. Bailey told her things that only he could have known and observed. His favorite toy, his food dish, and why it was that he would always accompany me to the bathroom when I would brush my teeth and get ready in the morning.
Sheri was able to give me a cat’s eye view of Bailey’s life with me, and for that I am forever grateful.
Having just brought Buddy home on October 25th and having spent the past 6 months trying to bond with him, I found the results of Sheri's sessions with him so helpful and exciting! I walk around here thinking of more questions I would like to have her ask him. There are a couple of behaviors that I’m not sure how to interpret.
She found out several things:
That he feels safe with me and knows how much I like him.
He likes his food and likes to take lots of naps, and he told her that he couldn’t get comfortable on my lap anymore. He used to love to sit on my lap. He then said he had taken Chrondroiton before and that had helped his hips. She did not even know about that mineral. Then he gave her an image of a purple and white package. So I ordered Glucosamine and Chondroiton for dogs in a purple and white package. The pills are dark purple and he loves them. They seem to be helping.
The other thing that stands out is that he likes the dogs who come here for boarding, if they are polite and that Dash, a name he attempted to give her that sounded like Ash or Sash, is not very polite.
I could go on and on.
When Sheri Meshal offered to do an animal communication session with my dogs, I scoffed. I work with ‘difficult’ dogs – you know, the ones that don’t get adopted or, if they do, get sent back for various reasons (mostly aggressive acts). I am very good at reading a dog – exceptionally good. So, when Sheri said, ‘send me a picture’ and nothing else I thought “oh geez”. I gathered about nine of my client/friend dogs and their people and everyone was game for a ‘reading’. This would be fun, I thought.
Have to say I went in totally skeptical. Sheri communicated with my two companion Yorkshire Terriers, Jock and June. Upon first listen of Jock’s, she was citing various activities and behaviors that Jock would never participate in. Lots of specifics. I laughed and scoffed and then she said out of the blue and for no specific reason whatsoever “I keep getting the name TOBY”. That’s when my attitude went from oh geez, to OH GEEZ!!!!!! TOBY, was my horse. He was a German Hanoverian, very stubborn, tough, controlling, German through and through. Then it hit me, JOCK is TOBY. I can’t even say what a MOMENT that was for me. Then, after that, I started to really listen.
There is so much more out there. Sheri has opened my eyes to an amazing world I never knew existed. It’s a different dimension, a deeper understanding and it’s there for the taking. She did readings for the remaining dogs, and I listened to most of them. I know all these dogs through their people and some
through my own interactions but learned SO much more about them after these sessions. Sheri has really expanded my understanding and appreciation of animal spirit. I’ve been lifted to a higher plane as a result.
I believe the result a person can get is a better and deeper understanding from one of these sessions, even if they know it all like myself (LOL). My hope is at some point Sheri can combine her reading with my hands on work. Don’t know if we’ll ever get to work with a dog together but I know she’s there if I
need help. Sheri Meshal, Animal Communicator – highly recommended!