Here are photos of some of my customers. I find it really hard to narrow it down to one photo of each pet!
These are two of the softest rabbits I’ve ever stroked! I visited the four rabbits at the owners house twice a day. Lots of cleaning out and feeding. After the first visit, these two were less timid and came to see what I was doing.
These two lovely ratties stayed for four nights. They were a big hit with the family as were so friendly and inquisitive. (They moved too quickly for a decent photo.)
It was a delight to visit Maggie again and to meet her kittens. One was a Scottish Fold cross and had the cutest little face. All three loved cuddles and playing. Even better, I house sat so I got to see them for longer.
Jeff had been adopted by his owner after she’d seen him cruelly treated near her house. He had such a lovely nature and loved chasing a ribbon.
I loved this little old lady. At 18, she was deaf but she met me at the front door and purred. As she had several small meals a day I was happy to set up automatic feeders for her. I was pleased she had eaten!
Toby was a shy little man but after a couple of visits, he trusted me enough to become friendly. At first he would sit outside the cat flap until he heard the cat food, then he’d came running in.
Felix was a purr monster! He loved a good fuss. When I went out in the garden to look for Toby, he’d come with me.
I was overjoyed to stay the weekend with Panda. Although I was sad he didn't sleep on me. The plus side was he didn't bite me in the night. His name suited him.
Chumley had a lot of character with his war wounds from a fox. Such a lovely natured puss and even purred while he had his insulin injections.
Rex had been out when I met his mum so this was the first time I'd met him. He decided he liked my toys and treats.
Mylo just threw himself down in front of me. I risked stroking his tummy and he didn't mind. Purring happily
This little old lady was surprisingly brave. She didn't like strangers but took to me at the initial meeting.
This was the best photo I could get of Blackie! But what an expression. He had a lot to say and loved headbutts.
This was a shy little cat but he loved to play. He was very watchful and would come and see what I was up to.
Another gorgeous cat. This puss was so friendly and playful. He worked out even the harder treat feeders.
This lovely little hamster was with us for a week. I’ve not had one run so fast before. He was a bit nervous at first but took food from our hands.
Hazel was an adorable kitten. She was a bit apprehensive at first and took a couple of days before she came running to me when I opened the door. I loved her fluffy tail.
Ella and Lola were really sweet little girls. Their top priority was having fun. It was really hard to take photos of them as they moved quickly.
These three ladies were ex battery hens. They loved coming out of their massive pen for a rummage in the garden. I always took treats so they had things to do.
Another playful kitty. I was going to say kitten, but Gingee was a few years old. A typical affectionate and interactive ginger cat.