Get Paid To Live On A Greek Island And Play With Cats
Get Paid To Live On A Greek Island And Play With Cats
How to Get Paid to Hang Out With 55 Cats on a Beautiful Greek IslandMore
12 August, 2018, 15:57
If you love cats and island living, your dream job has officially arrived.
Calling all cat lovers!
A cat rescue on a Greek island is now hiring a caretaker to look after dozens of cats.
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Employment duties? The person would need to be able to take over running the cat sanctuary and be a "mature and genuinely passionate cat lover who knows how to handle many cats and would love their company!" according to the job listing.
If, like so many of us, you've been contemplating quitting your nine-to-five, throwing your phone in a river, and packing a single suitcase full of swimwear and sweatpants to go frolic with cats on a picturesque Greek island, well, here's some puuurrfect news.
The position requires you to care for all 55 cats, feed them, and distribute their medications.
And as if this opportunity to curl up with the furry animals wasn't enough, the job also comes with a fully paid for residence and private garden along with a salary.
Moreover, you'll have plenty of time to explore, as the job is just four hours a day. Applicants must also be OK with frequent visits from tourists in the summer months.
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