Professional 'cat cuddler' is the dream job for feline lovers

Glen Mclaughlin
May 26, 2017

A Clonsilla vet clinic is looking to fill a job vacancy with a difference.

If the answer to both questions is yes, you might be interested in the fact that a Dublin-based veterinary practice is looking to hire a "cat cuddler".

So imagine you were waking up every Monday morning only delighted to get yourself into work.

Does cattitude come naturally to you? This is seriously a cat-lover's dream.

So, it basically sounds like anyone who spends more time with cats than humans will land the job in a second.

Does petting cats make you feel warm and fuzzy?

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Here's the job description: The ideal candidate should have gentle hands that can stroke cats for long hours and also take part in some "cat whispering" to calm down feline patients.

A representative from Just Cats told the Huffington Post that the official title associated with the position will depend on the experience of the chosen candidate, but could range from essentially being a veterinary intern to a full nurse, in terms of comparative importance.

Imagine a world where you could spend your days cuddling adorable fluffy kittens.

Oh, and you'll also need a qualification recognised by the veterinary council of Ireland.

The clinic is a "no dogs" area, so dog-people need not apply.

Sure, you might not be getting paid, but professional cat cuddlers have to start somewhere.

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