Do some people call you a ‘crazy cat lady’? Do you think no outfit is complete without some stray cat hairs? Well, if you have the right ‘cattitude’, this job is for you!
Okay, you’ll have to be qualified by the Veterinary Council. Of Ireland. Because the job is in a small town outside of Dublin.
Just Cats Veterinary Clinic & Cattery posted the ad on their website. They are looking for their ideal candidate. One who considers themselves to be a cat person, though they are an equal opportunity employer and would consider a dog person as well. As a vet clinic for cats only, the staff is definitely feline- friendly.
Additional qualifications include:
- gentle hands capable of petting and stroking cats for long periods of time,
- be a good cat whisperer, able to calm the nerves of nervous patients,
- know that even cool cats can get stressed in new situations, such as riding in the car to their appointments,
- believe there’s no such thing as a stray, just one who hasn’t yet found their furever home,
- speak and understand purr.
If you think you qualify purrfectly, and are willing to relocate, drop a line to email@example.com. They can be reached at 01 822 7270.
Just think, if you make the grade, every day could be a ‘Hello Kitty’ type of day!
JustCats also has a very different way of accommodating their patients and their humans than what you are probably used to. They have a vet care ‘plans’ for their clients. As seen here, JustCats has designed two different plans to fit your budget.
The great part is that you can book your pet as often as you like at their facility and only pay for medications or treatments as required. This means that your feline family will have regular check-ups, a fantastic way to keep them around longer. Annual vaccinations are included as well, and their 12-month plans start at about $19.00 per month.
This plan certainly guarantees veterinarians built-in customers, and the vets will also get to know their clients quite well. Maybe it will be an idea that ‘cat-ches’ on!
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