Just Cats Clinic in Dublin gives cat lovers a unique opportunity to get the job of their dreams and become professional cat cuddlers
Are you a cat lover? Yes? Well, you will definitely love the job position offered by an Irish veterinary clinic. It’s time to pack those backs and look for your next home in Ireland. Cat cuddlers that the most rewarding job and they get to enjoy the warmest hugs.
This particular clinic is actually the first to hire people who will cuddle newly admitted kitties.
Just Cats Clinic in Clonsilla, Dublin, is one of its kind. The management made some really cool headlines lately. Believe it or not, the hospital looks for a full-time professional cat cuddler. This person will be entitled to do one simple thing. Calm down and cuddle kitties. Does it get any better than this?
The clinic posted a few simple skill-testing questions:
- Are you a crazy cat person and loves cats?
- Does cattitude come naturally to you?
- Have you counted kittens before you go asleep?
- Do you feed the stray cats in your locality?
- Does petting cats make you feel warm and fuzzy?
Just Cats is described as the only veterinary clinic for cats in Dublin. Well, working at the hospital is much more than fun and games. there’s also a list of credentials that are important for the success of their employees.
Each employee has to be gentle with hands. This means that employees have to be prepared for long cuddles.
Soft-spoken people have better chances to get the job. Fuzzy cats need to be calmed down. Of course, employees have to understand different “styles” of purring. A cat has to be understood, right?
“The ideal candidate must have gentle hands capable of petting and stroking cats for long periods of time. They need to be softly spoken and capable of cat whispering to calm the nerves of some of our in-patients. An ability to understand different types of purring is a distinct added advantage in helping you secure this position with us.”
There’s nothing wrong with this idea. Employing a professional cat cuddler makes things easier at the clinic. Research has shown that if given a choice, cats will rather choose human championship over food.
We grew up thinking that cats don’t care about others. Truth is, cats do care. They’d always stick to their human.
The Behavioral Process journal released a study according to which cats love humans even when they don’t show it. Experts wanted to determine what happens when shelter and domestic cats are exposed to different types of stimuli, including toys, food, scent, and activities with humans. Most cats chose humans.
A cat cuddler is a profession, and the number of similar job offers is on the rise. Going to Ireland seems like a perfect idea, and we all know someone who’d gladly accept the job.