I am in my first year of a master of Architecture at the TU Delft. I am 25 years old and most of those years I have owned pets. My first pets were two rabbits and a couple of chicks back when I was a little kid. Later on I took care of the neigbors cat, that become very attached to me. Around the age of 17 we got a dog, a blond labrador, that sadly passed away this summer, which was heartbreaking, but I found that interacting with other pets helps me deal with my loss better.
I usually spend my days chilling at home or studying at the university. I also volunteer for Animal Rights and Greenpeace and I am a very dedicated animal lover. My time outside of the house I am usually trying to spot or pet animals or have a form of interacting with them, as you can see in a couple of the pictures, haha. I live alone and do not have any pets living with me in my apartment (sadly). I have a bit of experience with rabbits, guinea pigs, cats and dogs, but I only have long term experience with cats and dogs. I love having a little soul to interact with and play with and I petsit regularly for friends and family, but since I live relatively far away from them, I can not do it as often as I would like.
I live in a studio of 40 m2, which may not be a lot of space for the pets to run around, but it is surely enough for them to feel at ease. My building is a flat, which means my only outdoor space is my gallery, but I do have a park behind my house, which is ideal for pets. I offer a minimum of 3 walks a day for dogs that are gonna spend 24 hours with me. Most of the time i squeeze a little 4th walk in right before bed. The pets are welcome on the coach and any other space in my house, except for my bed. If you want to know anything more, just hit me up!
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