Susi Pittman, who is often referred to as “Susi of Assisi”, reported to Historic City News that she will attend a signing and discussion event for her new book, “Animals in Heaven? Catholics Want to Know!”
Pets bring us joy and companionship. However, as with all living things, there comes a time when we have to say goodbye to our furry friends.
Animal lover and rescuer Susi Pittman, who is often referred to as “Susi of Assisi,” explores where your pet goes after it passes from this place.
Pittman will sign and discuss her new book, “Animals in Heaven? Catholics Want to Know!” on Saturday, November 21st in St. Augustine.
The event is free and open to the public.
Saturday, 11/21/2009, 12:00-4:00 PM ET
Heavenly Presents Bookstore
162 St. George Street
St. Augustine, Florida 32084
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Pittman is the founder of a website that serves as a rally space for those who love animals, ecology and creation. At eight years old, Pittman decided to become a Catholic, which she accomplished at age 16, and has been an active member since then. She is an advocate for the Florida Catholic Conference and serves in several parish ministries. Pittman was previously a sales executive and on-air personality for WQPD-FM as well as a feature writer and photographer for a New York Times subsidiary.
Susi Pittman was born in 1950, in Winter Haven, Florida. Currently, she is a Catholic layman residing in the Diocese of Saint Augustine, Florida, with her daughter, Seana, son-in-law, David, and their two children, along with 14 rescued animals. Over the years, 79 animals have been nursed, rescued or adopted by Susi who takes seriously the need to attend to what Saint Francis called our “lesser brethren.”