This happens to me all the time. ‘What are you doing in Ireland?’ ‘I live here.’ ‘You work?’ ‘Er..yes.’ (I always wonder if people are asking me this as in ‘are you on welfare? Taking advantage of my country?’ but I could be over-sensitive…) ‘What do you do?’ (I thought to myself, ‘oh gawd…not again.’) ‘Er…I am self employed.’ ‘Oh what is that about?’ (‘Here … Continue reading What does it mean to be a cat sitter?
As a cat sitter, I see that every family seems to have at least one bag of open but uneaten cat food. And it’s because of this scenario…. My lovely customers purchased beautiful cat food hoping to please their beloved cat. Took home the food, opened it, put it down, cat sniffed at it and walked away…. And I thought this bag of uneaten cat … Continue reading Hungry Maow Cat Food Collection campaign
In the last post, I spoke about my inspiration to become a Cat Sitter and Behaviourist. However, I didn’t pull the trigger until 6 months later. It was 2009 then, and I started feeling depressed again. I again got bored with my job (do you see a pattern yet? I get bored very easily). At first I tried to understand the cause of my depression. … Continue reading How I became a cat sitter Part 5 – Maow Care is born!
In my last post, I talked about finding out Larmlarm is a very difficult cat. But he helped me get through depression and gave me enough strength and courage to move to Paris to start a new life. When we moved to Paris, we had nothing. All I had was two suitcases, a one-way ticket,1000 Euro a friend loaned me; and most importantly – LarmLarm. … Continue reading How I became a cat sitter Part 4 – Can one be a cat shrink?