What’s your dream job? Actually, it doesn’t matter, because this is your dream job now. Ever wanted to get paid to cuddle cats? Who am I kidding, of course, you have! Well, get your application in for this job ASAP, because it sounds too good to be true!
The job is at Just Cats Clinic in Dublin, Ireland. They are looking for someone with the right “cattitude” to take on the role. Think you could handle it?
However, it’s best to do your application carefully, because a lot of people have a lot of experience with a cat cuddle. But, the job description makes the job look even better. It sounds so calming and soothing. Here’s what they’re looking for:
“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.”
It sounds incredible. The Clinic sounds amazing too because everything is specifically tailored to helping cats. Normals vets may use one-size-fits-all equipment for a great dane as well as your kitty, but that won’t happen here. As well as having dog-free waiting areas (perfect for a nervous cat), they make a lot of improvements to ease your cat’s treatment.
More Than Just A Cuddle
“Every member of our staff has undergone or is currently studying for specific feline qualifications,” their website says. “Here at Just Cats we have always been big believers in treating each cat personality differently. We call it having cattitude. As an ISFM certified cat-friendly practice, we do all that we can to improve the welfare of the cats in our care, including pledging not to use scruff free handling in our clinic.”
Could it be any better? Let us know if you would like to cuddle cats all day and get paid in the comments, and share with your family and friends. You can check out similar stories on Happiest, like this one about some incredible security footage captured at a zoo.