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Nuageux’s New Mouth (Hospice Cat Update)

Nuaguex (aka Jojo) is doing better every day.

Emma fluttering around her new friend

Just before Christmas he had 16 (yes, SIXTEEN!) teeth pulled, mostly on the right side of his mouth. We knew that he had stomatitis and some teeth would need to be removed. During a routine dental exam they cleaned the . . . → Read More: Nuageux’s New Mouth (Hospice Cat Update)

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Just My Type (Hospice For Rescued Foster Cats)

I’m thrilled to share that this month I’ve finally reached one of my life goals: fostering Feline Friends cats who are diagnosed with terminal illnesses and who are not in pain. Because they’re unlikely to be adopted, in essence I’ll be providing hospice care to cats who have been rescued off the street and who . . . → Read More: Just My Type (Hospice For Rescued Foster Cats)

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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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Something Borrowed, Something Reviewed (Lending Library Of Pet Products)

A few years ago, I started keeping a lending library of pet products that I lend to clients so people can try before they buy some of the more expensive products. This began when I realized how many people would love the Furminator but were hesitant to buy one because it’s so much more expensive . . . → Read More: Something Borrowed, Something Reviewed (Lending Library Of Pet Products)

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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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