‘It’s about preserving life’: First aid can also help animals

A trainer for St. John ambulance says animals and people have a lot in common when it comes to saving their lives.

Madison Ryan

A small owl sits in a grey and black carrier case. The owl has large yellow eyes with round black pupils, and its feathers are brown with beiges spots. Its talons are wrapped around a pine branch with green needles.
Birds are among the many animals The Rock Wildlife Rescue’s Karen Gosse helps. She decided to bring the rescue organization to Newfoundland and Labrador after spending time rehabilitating several other species in Costa Rica. The Rock Wildlife Rescue/Facebook

Madison Ryan is an award-winning fiction writer and a student journalist at College of the North Atlantic. She has been reading (admittedly, mainly fantasy) and writing as long as she can remember. She believes there is great power in words.

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Madison Ryan is an award-winning fiction writer, a music reviewer and a student journalist. She loves escaping into fantasy stories, but she’s dedicated to telling the real-life stories that matter to our communities. Contact her at @madisonjryan on Twitter/X with news tips.

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