Dr. Cathy Seabrook graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1981. She practised Equine and Small Animal medicine as an associate veterinarian in various practices until 1993, when she opened her own practice, The Island Animal Hospital, in her hometown of Mindemoya on Manitoulin Island, in Ontario, Canada. In the year 2005, she had her first experience in animal communication, necessitated by her very sick horse. She determined to learn it for herself and studied animal communication independently until 2009, when she took her first formal training in England, and then joined Animal Spirit Network, (Illinois) and graduated as a Professional Animal Communicator in 2011.
Cathy and Dante (her sick horse) published their first book, Heart Hole Piece Named Horse, a children's story, in 2012.
She and the animals have co-authored 5 KINDLE Books, namely Train Your Horses by Horses, Puppy Stuff by Puppies, Kitty Stuff by Kitties, Pony Stuff by Ponies and Survive Saying Goodbye to Your Pet by Pets.
She resides on Manitoulin Island on a horse farm with her two sons, four horses and Roarie the cat.
The Author's website may be found at www.seabrookbooks.com
Four Animal Communication websites are as follows: www.drcathyseabrook.com www.whatsupvet.com (Horses)www.survivesayinggoodbyetoyourpet.com (Pet Loss) and www.whatsuppet.com (Pets).