Some Dogs are Angels (SDAA)
Some Dogs Are Angels is an organisation run by Sharon and Mark, dedicated to the rescue of Avatars, angels in physical form, beings that have found themselves cast aside, often by those they came to help in the first place.
In 1995, whilst working in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Mark was drawn to buy an odd looking dog toy for his baby son, Tristan. Two years later, he saw the supposed 'made up' dog in real life, and within a matter of weeks, Kaiti, a Shar Pei, became the first dog Mark and Sharon had ever owned. Her impact upon the family was immense, and for the love of her, they soon found themselves the owners of another dog; and then another...
Several years later, after Mark had discovered that he could channel angelic beings, it was revealed that Kaiti was an avatar, the physical embodiment of an angel. Her purpose with the family was to set in motion a chain of events that would lead them to discover their purpose in assisting beings of this kind.
Since then, the family have devoted themselves to rescuing avatars in need, either by providing them with a safe and loving sanctuary, or helping them find their way to those whom they were meant to be with. And perhaps even more importantly, letting the world know of the existence of avatars and their presence amongst us; why they are here, and what it means for all of us.
Mark was guided to write the 'Some Dogs are Angels' series of books in order to highlight the plight of avatars, but also to bring certain spiritual 'truths' to the fore and ultimately to form the Some Dogs are Angels organization to rescue avatars.
We are privileged to hear their calls for assistance. We are privileged to help.
Find out about a great way to get involved with the rescue.
Everything the SDAA
receives goes entirely towards
the care and welfare of
these wonderful beings.
An interview with Kenna Burima & Mark Starmer on understanding the true nature of Avatars and
the world around us.