We've never been so eager to embrace our inner cat lady — until now! God's Little People Cat Rescue is looking for a new caretaker and the part-time gig includes all the purrks! Other than being surrounded by cats all day long, you would get to stay free in the sanctuary manager's house on the Greek island of Syros — aka paradise.
Your potential kitty kingdom is in a "secluded nature preserved area," truly making it feel like you are in paradise, with a beautiful garden and a breathtaking view of the Aegean Sea. And did we mention the 55 cats?
Owner Joan Bowell advertised the position on Facebook and has since been inundated with thousands of applications.
"A very special position and living circumstance on offer on a little Greek island called Syros (a small paradise no less!) for a mature and genuinely passionate cat lover who knows how to handle many cats and would love their company!" the ad states.
The position is part time - approximately four hours per day - so you'll get plenty of time to explore the stunning surrounds of the island.
The unique offer requires a two-three week "volunteer" trial run at the beginning of October with the potential "long-term" job being at least a six-month obligation. Obviously, you must have impeccable "cat-whispering skills," or else this could turn into a catastrophe.
The job starts on November 1st 2018. So dust off your CV - there's plenty of interest already!
This article originally appeared on Life & Style.
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