Article about Ondine Sherman: The Miracle of Love, Newcastle Herald
With her soulmate husband at her side and a toddler daughter, Ondine Sherman was living the perfect life.
She had enjoyed a privileged upbringing Sydney, made it through rebellious teenage years, was well travelled and well educated.
Her family supported her in whatever she chose, from becoming vegetarian at the age of seven, and then starting her own animal advocacy organisation, Voiceless, in her 20s.
GOOD READING PODCAST
Ondine Sherman on Alaskan hunters, bad grammar and a bustling backyard zoo When she was a young girl, author and animal rights advocate Ondine Sherman wrote a letter to the editor of Animal Liberation magazine vowing that she would dedicate her life and career to improving the lives of animals. In 2019,…
RADIO INTERVIEW WITH
ONDINE SHERMAN: RICHARD AEDY, ABC RADIO
Ondine Sherman, animal rights advocate and mother of disabled twins Sunday 26 May 2013 12:30PM In her early thirties Ondine Sherman's life was happily on course. She had built up the animal rights group Voiceless, she'd married, travelled the world and had a daughter. But life changed for Ondine and…
KNOWING ANIMALS PODCAST
Protecting Animals 29: Ondine Sherman from Voiceless0 Nov 25, 2019 This week on Knowing Animals we are joined by Ondine Sherman. Ondine is one of the co-founders of Voiceless, the Animal Protection Institution. She is also an author. We discuss her latest book ‘Sky’ which was published by Pantera Press in…