The lucky job victor will be tasked with overseeing the abundance of cats that come to the clinic, ensuring that they remain calm during their appointments and such.
If the answer to both questions is yes, you might be interested in the fact that a Dublin-based veterinary practice is looking to hire a "cat cuddler".
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It needs a "crazy cat person" with a good "cattitude" to join its team.
"We are an equa l opportunities employer, however we do discriminate against dogs attending our veterinary clinic as patients", the posting states.
You're especially qualified if you've fed stray cats in your area and you feel "warm and fuzzy" when you pet them. Dublin's sole vet clinic for cats-only wrote in the job post. "We need someone who can back us up and continue the care with the cats, so they're not feeling like 'oh I feel disgusting, and I'm sitting here in a kennel, and a I don't know where I am and I don't know these people'".More news: Northwestern women surge into NCAA championship golf match
'An ability to understand different types of purring is a distinct added advantage in helping you secure this position with us'.
It's probably worth getting if you aspire to cuddle with cats for a living, though.
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