Get Paid To Live On A Greek Island And Play With Cats

How to Get Paid to Hang Out With 55 Cats on a Beautiful Greek IslandMore

How to Get Paid to Hang Out With 55 Cats on a Beautiful Greek IslandMore

You will also be required to take ill cats to the vet, so will need to be able to drive a manual auto.

You can see the full job spec here.

Have you always dreamed of escaping to an island with nothing but cats for company?

God's Little People Cat Rescue is seeking a mature cat lover to take over the daily operations of the sanctuary on the Greek island of Syros.

The job also include a rent-free home and a part-time salary.

They have now drafted five volunteers to narrow down the 3,000 applications from people offering to take their place to a pool of 50-100. You will be expected to take the cat to the vet in case of illness and therefore will need to be able to drive a manual vehicle.

"We are located in a secluded nature preserved area which is very tranquil and quiet in winter time but busy during the summer".

"You'll no doubt thrive best if you are the type of person who appreciates nature and likes tranquility - and rest comfortably in your own company", reads the Facebook posting.

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The island sanctuary is home to around 55 cats, but the number can go up to 70.

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.

Water, electricity and veterinarian fees for the cats are all paid for.

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Rescue officials said knowing something about a cat's psychology and "cat whispering" skills are a bonus.

More than 20,000 people have commented on God's Little People Cat Rescue's Facebook post since it was first uploaded a week ago.

The position comes with a salary up to euros 600 (pounds 536) a month, with bills, housing and veterinary expenses paid, starting Nov 1, after a voluntary two-week transition period in October.

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