To whoever is reading, a warm welcome to you!
As a lover of pets, Pawshake is the perfect platform for me to hang around. Almost my whole life, there were cats in and around my house so there is no lying that I simply adore cats. But what about dogs you might ask, and you will have your answer; I love dogs too! They are in fact pretty different creatures but that is what makes them important to me. You can, almost never, know what a cat would do. I believe that's it; cats are more like humans, independent and get attention when they want but on the other hand dogs are just pure heaven material, they put us at the center of their world.
I have nurtured little kittens to adulthood in the streets of Turkey and have two cats of my own. Though I wish I could bring them over as well, my very first cat picked my mom as her owner and the other one was adopted by my father so he could not handle to leave my father’s side. My mom brought a cat home in 2015 and I was lucky enough that she picked me as her owner however she was not well fed as a kitten and unfortunately we lost her a year after. That year it turned out that my first cat, a Siamese, had kidney issues hence I spent most of my time with her at the vets but she is on a special diet now and all great! Based on my experience with them so far, now I know when a pet needs my time and I know how to provide them with it, that is especially the case when they need medication or more care while recovering from a health issue. I have a good communication with cats, except my very first cat because she still sees me as the little kid who adopted her so she does not follow my orders much. In 2018, I came accross a kitten only two weeks old that her eyes still closed and her mom left her while she was moving her other babies. I had to take her in, she stayed with us for a few days and I fed her but she had to get properly nursed so we managed to find a nursing mom for her. She is all grown up now and I recently got her with me in Tilburg. Her name is Amber and I must say she is lovely!
I adopted a dog in July 2016, unfortunately she is back home with my parents due to my worries about putting her in the cargo hold of a plane as we all have seen news about terrible incidents. I am waiting for a chance to drive her over here safely, without the risks of cargo hold. She gets along with cats, of course she is never left unsupervised around them just in case the cats might attack her or she might be careless around them with her big paws. She is a mutt, possibly a labrador and a husky mix judging by the color of her. When she was first adopted, she was just a three months old baby who was very week and needed attention all the time. I took her out six times a day so she would get the hang of potty training quicker and she did! I followed Cesar Millan's tips while training her mostly though I picked up some tricks from here and there and the result is that we never had a chewed slipper at home. Thanks to my experience with her, I believe I can handle most of the dogs, no matter how big or scared of stuff they might be. Although dogs are easy to find in Maastricht, (lots of people own dogs!) having one at and spending your whole day with one is a whole different story. Waking up to someone already being excited for a morning walk is a great way to start your day. I must note though, I would be more than happy to host dog in my place if he or she doesnot mind cats :)
Though I have not checked section which indicates that I can train dogs, given the proper time I believe I can make progress with most of the dogs.
I hope I managed to make a good first impression that you let your dears have sleepovers at my place! :)
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