Here are photos of some of my customers. I find it really hard to narrow it down to one photo of each pet!
We loved having these three rats to stay. Bonestorm was very inquisitive and loved his food.
Lola’s owner said that she preferred a fuss on her own terms. Lola liked her space which I can understand. However, she loved playing and was happy to come to me to steal a mouse or fluffy worm. On the second visit, she was happy for me to walk past her o
Charlie was a big friendly giant. On the first visit he was wary of me and I fount it hard not being able to use treats to win him over. By the second visit, he was very happy with me and even followed me to check his litter tray.
This little cat loved a cuddle when I arrived. The only toy she was interested in was a paper straw. By the end of the visit, she was rather keen for her food. I think she could hear me thinking about opening her treat packet!
Aslan sniffed at the toys I’d taken but preferred to have a fuss. A tickle under the chin would start him purring.
Fudge was a picky eater for a couple of visits and I couldn’t believe that he wouldn’t always eat his posh food. He was a happy cat and was interested in what I was doing. (He came to watch me do litter trays.)
Ebano was a chilled out cat. He was happy to play and come out in the garden while I watered the plants. He didn’t even chase the wildlife, preferring all his toys.
It was hard to get any no blurry photos of Varnish as she loved to headbutt. She didn’t want to play at all – just wanted cuddles and food.
Luca was a gentle giant… Until it came to furry mice and fluffy worms. He would hear me playing with his sister and come from outside to join in.
This older lady surprised me by loving to hunt furry mice. She loved a good cuddle too. Boo and her brother Luca were so affectionate and gentle with each other it was gorgeous to see.
This little boy showed his happiness by purring and dribbling loudly. He was always so pleased to see me, jumping up to headbutt my hand. However, I think it was because he knew I could open the cat food for him. He would humour me and play first though.
Carlos was a lot shyer than his cage mate. But he was happy to be picked up and cuddled. Both were so cute!
This little fellow was very brave for a guinea pig. He was quiet on the first couple of days, and then he came running to the front with excitement. To say he liked his food was an understatement.
This is Marley’s older brother. The two of them played lovely together. When I went in, they came to see me and were little purring machines. Max was more possessive over toys and would run off with them in his mouth.
This is the youngest kitten I’ve cared for. He was just the cutest – though didn’t sit still for a decent photo. Just a little bundle of happiness.
Charlie loved to hunt birds, fluffy worms and other toys. He was a naught cat as he didn’t always come home which had me worried. When he did, he loved a cuddle.
Georgie loved a fuss but got distracted easily by the birds. She definitely had designs on getting her own dinner. She did use the activity treat feeders. Her favourite toy was a wand with feathers.
What a lovely visitor to have. Thumper gave us a nudge with his nose when he wanted attention. He is a house rabbit so spent the morning sat under the desk while my husband was working. In the afternoon, he explored the rest of the house.
Sooty was very nervous on the first visit, so I was very surprised when she came to meet me the next day. Fluffy worms were her favourite toy.
This little puss loved company and playing. Could I get a photo??? This was the best one - she couldn't sit still for long.