A BIT ABOUT US

HI! Welcome to My Brave Kitten Feline Rescue. We are based in the south Texas area, but we work with groups around the United States.

So many animals have been neglected, abused, and/or abandoned. Too many healthy animals are being euthanized each year. Our main goal is to rescue and nurture these animals so they may have the ability to live a full, healthy life with their new forever family.

Here at MBK, we work with vets and other animal adoption groups to find the best homes possible for these animals. We are driven to save and help as many animals as possible.

If you are interested in helping, looking to adopt, or know of an animal in need, contact us!

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CAROLINE SHEAFF

Founder and Foster/Adoption Coordinator

My name is Caroline Sheaff, and I love caring for animals in need. I am a recent graduate of Sam Houston State University with a degree in Animal Science.  


Even though I have been fostering animals since I was a kid, the turning point that started my lifelong goal of animal rescue was when I got my favorite little calico, Louie, from a shelter. She was my best animal companion and showed me how important of an impact a rescue animal can have on a person.

I've worked at a local vet clinic since the summer of 2019, and I have been blessed to meet so many amazing people who love and care for animals as much as I do. I want to thank everyone who has helped me launch My Brave Kitten. I look forward to working with all of you to help as many animals as we can.

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DOMINICK DIBENEDETTO

Co-Founder/ Veterinarian Technician

Dominick has worked in the veterinary medicine field and in clinical settings for over 6 years. With knowledge of small animal medicine, treatment, and care, he works alongside Veterinarians to ensure every small paw gets a second chance at life. 

Growing up in Fortworth, Texas, he has  always been around animals large and small, with a long list of furry family members. He is currently studying at Sam Houston State University and working at 11th Street Veterinary Hospital to further his medical knowledge. 

Dominick will go to Veterinary Medical School once finishing undergraduate studies, and will continue to focus on emergency/ internal medicine, and surgery for all small paws.