Caroline has lived around the world; from Florida, to England to The Cayman Islands.. and now Montreal. One of few things that remained constant, is her passion for animals. She started volunteering at the local humane society and going on rescue missions with the shelter manager at 7 years old. She then started working with a local wildlife organization, where she helped rehabilitate and raise; owls, bats, iguanas, you name it. Which led to volunteering at a local veterinary clinic by the age of 12. Ever since she has continued working in veterinary clinics, and also graduated from Animal Health Technology. She has now founded and runs Eleven Eleven Animal Rescue. The “Working in Rescue” blog focuses on; behind the scenes of the rescue world, the quirks of being a foster, promoting responsible pet ownership, animal welfare and everything else in between.
Read the latest posts from Working in Rescue:
- On The Ethics of Creating a New Cat Breed in North America
- Lets Make 2013 Ruby-Sue’s Year!
- A lil’ feel-good sunday news: Montreal rescue dog, rescues his owner
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