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This is surely any cat lovers dream job - and there's still a chance to apply.
If you love cats and kittens, as well as being on a sunny Greek island then this is certainly the most ideal job for you.
A cat rescue on a Greek island is now hiring a caretaker to look after dozens of cats. "You will at times be expected to trap or handle a feral or non-sociable cat, so knowing something about a cats psychology too is important + cat-whispering skills should come natural to you".
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.
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The job description is as follows: "I am looking for someone who can take over the daily running of my Greek cat sanctuary in my absence".
The rescue now houses 55 cats.
The job? Caring for up to 70 cats amounting to four hours of work per day. Applicants must also be OK with frequent visits from tourists in the summer months.
According to the posting, this job is likely most suitable for those who are 45 years of age or older, and someone who is "responsible, reliable, honest, practically inclined - and really, with a heart of gold!"
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