Cat lovers offered free house on attractive Greek Island with 55 cats

Aug 14, 2018, 05:09
Cat lovers offered free house on attractive Greek Island with 55 cats

However, shortly after the God's Little People Cat Rescue posted the job opportunity to their Facebook page, they were inundated with applications.

Mrs Bowell added that she is looking for a "responsible, reliable, honest, practically inclined" individual with a heart of gold, and wrote that from her experience, those above 45 years of age are usually the best for the job.

God's Little People Cat Rescue home on the attractive Greek island of Syros is looking for someone to help care for their 55 charming moggies.

Although the job posting has gone viral and spawned lots of amusing tweets, it's important to remember that the real mission behind the God's Little People Cat Rescue is no laughing matter.

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55 cats, to be exact.

All expenses for the cats will also be paid for.

As if we needed any more purrrr-suasion.

The posting highlights that the job is not full time and comes with additional benefits.

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"The job is long term but a minimum of 6 months is required with a 1-month intro at the beginning of October". They backed a sterilisation project, funded dental operations, had diseased eyes removed, and nursed motherless kittens through the night. When the animals die, the couple buries them. Today, the sanctuary is home to between 55 and 70 cats.

Shelter founder Joan Bowell says she felt compelled to do something to help the island cats of Syros as she saw such suffering among the cats there, including cats being thrown in garbage cans and cats so hungry that their ribs protruded, as well as cats with a variety of painful medical conditions that were left untreated.

But now the couple are returning to NY where Bowell's husband has work commitments with the United Nations, according to The Telegraph.

The successful applicant will live in a semi-detached modern small home.

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He told The Telegraph: "Sometimes whispers are best heard".