Bird & Cat Lady
I LOVE all the fur and feather babies. I have taken care of chickens, finches, bunnies, quails, lovebirds, cockatiels, parakeets, bunnies, turtles, chameleons and loved them all!
31, Technology Software Sales
Pets are one of life's greatest joys and it is always my honor to get to meet and love some new animals while their owners are away.
I know cat and bird behavior pretty well. I am very much about animals coming to me (unless they don’t cause they are shy/scared). I want them to feel comfortable. For them, I am a random person who they don’t know. Every animal is different and has a different approach to strangers and different boundaries. I basically let the set the pace and adjust to them versus then adjusting to me. This has allowed me to make “friends” with plenty of shy and/or scared pets. My goal is their comfort, safety and care. Animals have personality. And just like there are grumpy people, there can be grumpy animals. I let them do their thing in peace but stay available in case they want some attention or company. But of course the cuddle bugs are my favorite. 😍
I work in technology sales remotely so I just need a stable wifi connection and preferably a monitor I can hook up to and I am all set. I actually sell background checks to large enterprise companies so you can rest assured as I had to undergo one myself too contingent upon my hire. 🧏🏻♀️
Entrusting me with the keys to the Kingdom and all it’s animals is such a sacred thing to me. Home is where the heart is, so I honor and hold that trust in high regard. Whatever house rules are normally applicable with owners like no shoes in the house, or areas of the house that are closed off are going to indeed be respected and collect dust so to speak. 😊🙌🏼
It goes without saying that when I am a guest at someone's home, I clean up after myself, non-smoker, make sure the place looks the same or better than how I found it, never have any guests over and certainly am happy to send plenty of photos and videos of the pets to the vacationing owners so they can see their fur and feather babies are being spoiled.