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74 Gorringes Brook,England RH12 5HH
The Friendly Pet Nurse https://pet-pages.co.uk/media/com_jbusinessdirectory/pictures/companies/0/cropped-1604507798.png 74 Gorringes Brook,England RH12 5HH 01403 563279 5.0 05 1

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Pet Care in the comfort of your own home.

Cat Behaviour Advice: I can help solve feline behavioural issues you are having.
Cat Sitting: Leave your cats in their familiar surroundings whilst you take that well-earnt break
Preventative Healthcare Advice: Helping you provide a happy, healthy, and rewarding life for your pet
Qualified as a Veterinary Nurse with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) and Proud to call myself a Registered Veterinary Nurse (RVN). On the register with the British Veterinary Nursing Association (BVNA). Currently, I am studying the Advanced Diploma in Applied Animal Behaviour (Feline) Level 5 with Compass Education and Training.
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  • Fantastic Cat sitter in Horsham

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    Zoe cat sat our eight-year-old rescue cat Bear for us last year for a few days. She was fantastic. Bear has some overgrooming issues which Zoe gave us some great tips and help about. She came over, fed him, cuddled him and played with him. She also gave us regular updates. Since meeting Zoe we have also taken her 'Think Outside the Bowl' campaign to heart, where we feed him via a puzzle feeder and found this to really help him. Since meeting Zoe we have contacted her for cat advice and behaviour advice. I can't recommend her enough!
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