Nina worked at a Veterinary Hospital in Cape Town for over 2 years. She worked in the reception and assisting the vet in surgery and consults. Nina also ran the weight loss club at the practice. She has completed the Hills and Royal Canin nutrition course, as well as the Cattery Management course from iCat Care.
Katrina (Kat) has a degree in Animal Management. She has also completed a course in Feline Behaviour Level 2. Kat has been working at the cattery since 2011. She has 3 cats at home which keep her entertained.
Danielle (Danni) has a keen interest in African wildlife conservation and has volunteered on various projects in Southern Africa. She has 2 rescue cats, Teddy and Freddie, as well as a share horse called Fallon. In her spare time, she enjoys reading and galloping stubble fields.
Melanie has a Level 2 in Animal Management. Previously she worked as a Practical Teacher in Animal Care at a college.
In her spare time, she enjoys looking after her cat, Mika and my dog, Darcy.
Jodie is currently studying a level 3 qualification in Animal Management. She has previously worked on farms in the past and has two cats of her own called Gizmo and Marli.
Ashley worked as a lifeguard and swimming teacher before coming to work at the cattery. She enjoyed working at the leisure centre but felt she needed a change and applied for the cattery assistant job. She enjoys working at they cattery, as every day there is something different and new things to learn. At home Ashley has 3 cats, Harley, Scratchy and Ripley whom she loves to spend time with.
Eternal Cattery Guard-cat
Pilchard was found in the car park about 21 years ago and lived on site ever since. He loved to sit out in the sun when the weather was warm. He also liked to chase dogs who invaded his territory. Pilchard enjoyed all the attention he could get from the Staff and our clients. He passed away in November 2018. He will be remembered forever by everyone who interacted with him. RIP Pilchard.
Lucy had been staying with us for over a year while her owner was in care. Due to her owner’s health she was unable to come out of care and the social worker asked us to rehome Lucy. At that time we had recently lost Pilchard and we then decided to keep Lucy as our cattery cat as she was use to us and the cattery. She now spends her days siting in reception greeting our clients.
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