You may know Caroline Manzo as the spitfire socialite whose personality beamed on Real Housewives of New Jersey. She’s all about her family. Being married for over 32 years and raising three children couldn’t have been easy. Caroline did it, and she still has so much love to give.
That’s exactly why she is continuing to grow her family! Caroline fosters dogs that are especially in need of a little extra love. Recently, Caroline took to Instagram to announce her family’s newest member: Little!
She is proud to announce that Little is a foster failure. Take one look at her, and it’s easy to see why! This adorable pup’s name (and stature) may be Little, but her spirit is anything but!
“[She] was wandering the streets with a badly injured eye and numerous other injuries. Unfortunately, vets were not able to save Little’s eye, but that hasn’t stopped her from being the happy, playful pup that we have already grown to love,” she shared on her Instagram.
Real Housewife Of New Jersey? More Like Real Dog Mom Of Instagram!
Manzo is a philanthropist by nature, and she makes it her mission to change as many lives as possible – two-legged or four. In addition to her work helping cancer survivors, children with disabilities, wounded warriors, and fighting human trafficking, Caroline also finds the time to work with Best Friends Animal Society to help dogs and cats find their furever families. Take a deep breath. That was a lot to take in! What we’re saying is… she’s doggone amazing!
Caroline is just like the rest of us, and L-O-V-E-S posting pictures of her dogs to social media. Taking them for a car ride? Instagram! Playing a game of catch just outside the gates of your mansion? Instagram! Dog sitting a cute new fuzzy face? Hello… Instagram! With such adorable faces, who could resist?
Carolina Is Leaving A Legacy
We mentioned that Caroline has dedicated her life to raising her children. Now she’s a stylish grandma who has not only passed down her love for dogs to her children but also now her grandchildren. Little Markie recently got her very own pup named Polly. Proud grandma Caroline was bursting at the seams to share the news with the world!
In 2013, Caroline had to say goodbye to her 18-year-old Terrier, Austin, just days before Christmas. The loss of Austin and other beloved dogs over the years have left holes in her heart, but Caroline knows that those holes just need to be filled with love for another little soul in need.