I grew up around animals at my grandmother's house. Two dogs, five cats, and three chickens. When I was nine years old, our neighbor's dog had puppies, and after We beg, we shared over ten years with a hilarious and boisterous dog named Pinky. After his death we have long grief; we fear the lost again. But after taking care as a favor, of a friend's cat, we decided it was time. We adopted two cats, Benito and Chiquita.
Loving and caring for animals is healing. There is something in the way they approach that they end up being quite relaxing and entertaining. So, it's easy for me to get close to animals and take care of them as they take
care of me.
It's impossible for me not to say Hi! Every time I see a dog or a cat, even if they are behind a window.
I know how hard it is to leave your animals when you are going away. Find the right person to take care of them. Play, run and entertain, but also be in charge.
Even do this is a job, my policy is not having
too many animals at the same time. It is important that they get comfortable with the new person and space and that they receive the attention they need as if they were home. The aim is precisely to make them feel at home!
I am a student who lives around the corner of the university and spends of her time reading in her room. I have two classes tops a day, and I can check on the animal in between them. On a regular day, I walk them around
three times. Two short walks near the premises and to the Paleistuin park, and one long walk to the Zorgvliet park.
I live in the student's residence, I have my
own space just for myself, only share the kitchen, so the pets will be sharing with me when they stay, like a slumber party.
Natalia is wonderful dog sitter. She always take my dog for a walk and sending picture everyday.
Natalia is wonderful
Because of my cat, I learned how to give them pills.
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