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Catherine Corrett grew up and lived in the heart of London but Africa and its wildlife stole her heart in 2008 and she eventually moved to South Africa in 2011 to become co-founder of K9 Conservation. Catherine has spent the past five years deeply involved in conservation, working with some of the finest reserves and conservation programs in South Africa in many different fields, from relocating animals and rehabilitating threatened species to anti-poaching operations and environmental monitoring. Catherine is also a qualified Dog Handler and she and Director Conraad de Ronser have dedicated the past 5 years to actively motivating and demonstrating the effectiveness of working dogs in anti-poaching operations throughout South Africa and Intra-Africa. Catherine holds a BA Honors degree in Social Anthropology and a Masters degree in Television and Current Affairs Journalism. She has also trained as a photo-journalist, cameraman and editor and has worked for the BBC, Reuters and has featured articles in Africa Geographic. Her love of wildlife and dogs and passion for conservation has been instrumental in the foundation of K9 Conservation.Read Article