Thursday, August 25, 2011
It has been a year since I had my surgery, and almost a year since my friend took me in after my landlord sold the property I lived on. It has been an adjustment to lose my home and not be able to board pets where I am staying. Things are working out though. My previous clients in Sebastopol have been loyal, and have welcomed me into their homes. I have also met new clients in Petaluma, Sebastopol, Rohnert Park, and Santa Rosa who have found my services online. I started out as an IN-HOME pet sitter, so I have come full circle. One day I will find a pet friendly landlord, but in the meantime, I want to thank all of you for contacting me when you need someone to watch your babies and homes while you are away. I appreciate your trust in me. I enjoy your babies and all of their different personalities. The love I receive from all of them reassures me that I picked the perfect career. Playing with poochie woochies and kitty cats bring me such joy. THANK YOU. Punkie
My friend lost his 2 babies last year to cancer. I was there to help one of them cross the Rainbow Bridge, but I was in the hospital a few months later when the other kitty crossed over. I was so sad not to get to say goodbye to her. That was Tasha and Cleo. They lived 18 years. My friend was so sad to lose his girls. He had them since they were little kittens. Like me, he never had any 2 legged children. It took a year of mourning and searching for the right match before we brought home the perfect little girls. Purry is the kitten on the left, and Little Girl is on the right. Of course, they are ornery like any little kittens, but they are sisters, so it is so much fun to watch them. They love each other, and where one goes, the other one is sure to follow. They each have their own personalities that we are still learning, but it is so much fun to watch them and listen to them run up and down the hallway like gallopping horses, and then jump straight in the air to do chest bumps like football players. As I have mentioned in previous posts, we are still mourning and remembering Tasha and Cleo, but we are enjoying smothering our new girls with love. They love to be loved and to give love in return. There is nothing like getting your nose licked by a little kitten tongue. May Purry and Little Girl be with us for many years to come.