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Pet carer and dog walker

Pet carer and dog walker
I’m looking for work in the Wishaw area. I always had dogs and cats in the house, I know how to wear animals, I’m patient and I have enough energy to walk dogs, clean the cat litter, feed the animals and care for them as they need. I do not speak English well, but the animals will understand me, because the language of love is universal.

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I live in Scotland since 22 september 2017. I understand everything, but I can’t speak very well. So, I try to write every day on this blog and I hope I will learn English one day. Through an agency, I hired at a bakery, to make money. I was not used to hard work in night shift, but I worked four day at the week. When I got my money on the card, I noticed that I was missing my money on a working day.

Those from the agency were shrugging their shoulders. I have to go to the bakery to ask the supervisor to confirm to them that I was at work. In addition, in the second week they called me only two days to work. I’m really disappointed. I want to work and I have no place. I want to live in this country and I do not know how if I do not get enough money. It’s true, I live far away from the industrial area and can only go to work at certain times, especially since I do not have a car.

Partially disappointed by Scotland and myself, I thought I’d look for a job in the town where I live. On a local site I found a job announcement. A lady who lives very close to me is looking for a person to take care of his pet. At this I am very good, because I have a dog and four cats, so I tried to apply for that job. It’s not really easy to do this on some sites. They asked for my full name, the address, the email address, details about the abilities that recommend me, and especially they wanted me to contribute a certain amount of money to get my message to the employer. They wanted “only” 19 pounds, of which I would have returned a part if the employer refused me.

Scotland, you want to cut off my wings! Scotland, you’re disappointed me! Scotland, you’re not what I thought you were! I said to myself, and I wondered what I would do next. I have two alternatives at this time: to go home or look for another solution to find a job. I remembered that I have a blog and that I can use it. It’s new and google does not see it well, but I’m still optimistic and I hope it will help me find the right job. So here is my announcement:

Pet carer and dog walker
I’m looking for work in the Wishaw area. I always had dogs and cats in the house, I know how to wear animals, I’m patient and I have enough energy to walk dogs, clean the cat litter, feed the animals and care for them as they need. I do not speak English well, but the animals will understand me, because the language of love is universal.

I do not have recommendations from other people, as is generally required in Scotland, because I have just arrived in this country and have not looked after until now than my animals. However, if my Bruno, the three-year-old dog who has 24 pounds, can be a guarantee, I’ll get to know him. In Romania I helped find many lost dogs and I saved many cats living on the street. I took care of them until it was needed, then I found loving owners for them. I also adopted a hamster that a girl abandoned when she left Scotland a week after I arrived in Wishaw.

I do not know if this is a guarantee for you, but more than that, I can only offer my word, the promise of taking care of your animals as if it were mine. Please help me find my right job. I can work as a pet carer and dog walker at any time and any day in the Wishaw area. More details can give you when we talk.

My kitten Pufi (a name that in English means fluffy):

My dog Bruno:

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