"I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing."
This is the sole mission of Caitlin's Vine of Bravery.
Caitlin V. Beadles is an advocate for animal rescue and emotional therapy. In 2009, Caitlin was in a terrible boating accident, which resulted in changing her life forever. God had bigger plans for her. Her journey to recovery has been long and ongoing. The love for rescuing abandoned animals and nursing them back to health was a healing agent for her own recovery. Hippo-therapy helped strengthen Caitlin physically and emotionally. She wants to use her platform to rescue animals and assist other people with their P.E.T (Pet Emotional Therapy) needs. Caitlin's God-given desire is to be a healing agent used to bridge the gap between rescuing hurting animals and help guide people towards emotional healing. To try and educate and give hope to people whose lives were inexorably changed through trauma. She strives to restore joy to people who have been put through a traumatic life changing experience. Caitlin wants to use John 15:5 as her motto.
" I have a huge passion for rescuing animals. I also have a huge passion for helping people. People with anxiety, ptsd, depression and many other illnesses can greatly benefit by having an emotional support animal. Along the years I found a way to help both people and dogs at the same time. How cool is it to be able to rescue a dog that has been alone most its life and hasn't been loved and pair it up with a child or an adult that has so much love to give? For people who have been through traumas and events in their life that has left them with depression, anxiety amongst many more things, Imagine having a dog that's always there for you to give you love and to calm you down. I remember when I was in the hospital they would bring service animals once a week to play with. That made my whole week and instantly put me in a better less depressed mood.
I am here to find you the perfect dog to match your needs. It wont only change your life but it will also change the dogs life. You can also have the chance to sponsor a dog while you're in the hospital. That will come and visit you if the hospital allows it."
-Caitlin V Beadles