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My Services During The Pandemic

People are beginning to travel again!

I’ve been available, but haven’t been needed this spring. I’m just sitting at home, poised to leap into action if a client needs me to care for their furry family members because they suddenly go into hospital or has to travel. But for several months I’ve had no pet . . . → Read More: My Services During The Pandemic

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Safety First (Covid-19 & Companion Animals)

Tough to resist Lily smooshing her face into my lips!

(Most recent update: July 1.)

Let’s stay informed and avoid panicking. As I learn new info about Covid-19 or SARS-CoV-2 regarding our little ones, I’ll share it in the comments below.

I’ve had no known exposure, no symptoms, no clients telling me they have . . . → Read More: Safety First (Covid-19 & Companion Animals)

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Welcome To The Plan Club (Why I Confirm Reservations)

After we meet, one of the first signs you’ll see of my worrier tendencies is that I always confirm details at least a few days in advance of your trip.

I created this safety net because I might be in an accident and my Plan B person fails to reach you, I worry that . . . → Read More: Welcome To The Plan Club (Why I Confirm Reservations)

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Kari Kells, Road Worrier (Signs Of My Worrier Tendencies)

I was recently talking with someone about how new clients can tell, almost immediately, that I’m a worrier. Some people find it reassuring to discover this quality in their pet sitter, while others just think it’s quirky.

Below is a partial list of (amusing?) signs that I am, indeed, a full-blown Worrier Princess.

Before I . . . → Read More: Kari Kells, Road Worrier (Signs Of My Worrier Tendencies)

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Kari Kells, Worrier Princess: Contingency Plans

Ok. I admit it. I’m a worrier. I try to make these tendencies work FOR me rather than against me. For example, I worry about what would happen to the animals I care for in the event that something horrible happened to me. So I’ve created contingency plans for many possible (and improbable) pet sitting . . . → Read More: Kari Kells, Worrier Princess: Contingency Plans

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