I have a strong passion for working with animals. I currently work at the Hawaii Cat Cafe where I have the pleasure of caring for 15 adoptable rescue cats from the Oahu SPCA. I have always been a lover of animals and understand that your animals deserve the best possible care. I most often work with dogs and cats but have interacted with many different kinds of animals. I have owned dogs, cats, rabbits, amphibians, birds, guinea pigs and fish.
Background & Expertise
09/25/18 - Present
HAWAII CAT CAFE
At Hawaii Cat Cafe I help care for the 15-20 cats that we foster at the cafe. My duties include feeding, cleaning litter boxes, socializing nervous cats and insuring the cats are being treated properly and getting the love that they deserve!
10/01/17 - Present
Walked dogs for 30-60 minutes or more at a time.
07/01/17 - 07/01/18
Met families who were going out of town and needed someone to care for their pets while they were gone.
09/01/16 - 05/01/17
HUMANE SOCIETY VOLUNTEER
Volunteering at the animal shelter I cared for dogs and cats. I spent time cleaning their enclosures, walking the dogs and feeding them.
August 2015 - May 2018
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA
Earned a degree in Business Marketing.
August 2013 - May 2015
SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY
Attended SFSU beginning a degree in Hospitality.
Contact me directly to learn more specifics about my skill set.
Generally walks will be 30 minutes to an hour but time can range depending on what you would like. I will even include a screenshot of the walk route taken and the time and distance that your pup and I walked!
Overnight care for your pet when you leave town. Right in the comfort of your home!
30 minute to hour long home visits to feed and play with your furry friends! Short dog walks can be included in this time period.
Overnight Pet Sitting: $25
30 minutes: $12
60 minutes: $18
Drop-In Visits: $12
2nd hour additional $6
*Rates based on 1 to 2 animals. Additional pet charges apply.
Administering Medication: $5
Additional Pet: $5
“One small cat changes coming home to an empty house to coming home.”