Here are photos of some of my customers. I find it really hard to narrow it down to one photo of each pet!
It took a couple of visits for Mika to get used to me. But then she was more than happy to play.
Duke only really wanted his food. He did come to play first under duress. When I stood up, he went running to his food bowl in hope.
This little cutie was really nervous for two minutes on the first visit. He was soon purring and headbutting. Such a happy little boy.
Just look at her gorgeous nose pouches. Such a friendly cat who head butted me while I was washing up or sorting out Sid.
I called her Pirate Peach as she had a black ring around her eye like a patch. She always came to meet me with lots of purrs.
A crested gecko not seen very often. Fortunately He decided to appear on the last visit so I could get a photo.
A massive softy! He made me laugh when he ran and pounced. So much fluff. I was surprised that he loved a tunnel I’d taken. But he played in it with his brother.
A chatty softy who loved to play. He queued up for a groom but was not pleased when I found a knot. He even let me hold him like a baby.A chatty softy who loved to play. He queued up for a groom but was not pleased when I found a knot.
This little girl preferred to be outside but came running to me at the beginning when she heard me arrive. She was less keen on me when I wouldn’t let her out at night.
Mo broke through the cat proof fence to visit me while house sitting. What a treat! As if 9 cats weren't enough. :)
Maui was a cuddle monster. Every time I picked up my laptop, she wanted to sit on me. Not much computer work was done while house sitting. I did manage to read my book though.
Isn't she gorgeous sat next to her fishing rod? Minnie liked attention but only if Maui hadn’t filled my lap first.
A little bundle of joy! Such a happy kitten. Plus as I was house sitting, it was a treat that she slept with me at night time. She loved chasing toys especially fluffy worms.
Ozzy was an older gentleman who took a couple of days to warm up to me. But when he did, oh my, it was worth the wait. Tuna was his weakness and he moved quickly to get to it.
Jessie was the alpha female cat in the house. She let her feelings be known.
Bob wanted to be outside a lot. But when he was in, he loved a cuddle.
A very small, shy male but he loved a fuss if he was settled.
Blue was a gentle giant who spent a lot of time in the living room. He wasn’t sure of me at first but soon got used to me popping over to give him attention.
An older gentleman who preferred his own space on the sunny window seat. He did like his warm spot. One of nine cats in the house!
How much fluff? Lots! What a beautiful tail. Cleo loved to have company – she wanted fun and interaction. She did make me laugh as played so much.