This Greek Island Cat Sanctuary Is Seeking A Caretaker To Look After Its 55 Cats
Ever catch yourself daydreaming about exchanging the nine-to-five grind for a cruisy life in the hills somewhere in Greece? That dream just became so much more attainable, presuming of course you’re cool with 55 four-legged housemates.
Stock up on antihistamines and practice your belly rubs, a cat sanctuary on the Greek island of Syros is on the hunt for a kitty caretaker.
God’s Little People Cat Rescue – an organisation that rescues and feeds stray cats in the area – took to Facebook in hopes to find a caretaker to work on its sanctuary.
The cat sanctuary is looking for someone to come to Syros and take over the kitty duties for cash and free accommodation. According to the listing, God’s Little People Cat Rescue is on the hunt for a “mature and genuinely passionate cat lover who knows how to handle many cats and would love their company.”
Whoever fills the role will be responsible for 55 cats, so keeping an eye out for them, feeding them, giving them their medication and – most importantly – cuddling their cute furry bodies.
On top of a salary, the caretaker will live in a semidetached modern home with its own garden and direct view of the Aegean Sea, totally free for you to live out your best Mamma Mia! fantasy.
Applications close at the end of this month, and the job starts on Thursday, November 1.
Keen? Check out the Facebook post and find out how to apply.
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