We have both been animal lovers our entire lives. There hasn't been a time in our lives when our family hasn't had a pet. We've had loads of fish, two cats,dogs and a chinchilla.
Cuurently, our household consists of two Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Maggie & Copper. Learning to care for them and our other pets has prepared us for taking care of other pets as well. We are very responsible and reliable. We enjoy playing with animals and making them feel safe and loved.
We are both working hard to save the money we earn from our pet sitting business to help with college expenses. Sarah is in her final year at Southern Methodist University and Jake is a sophomore at Wake Forest University.
Pet sitting can be unpredictable, a bit messy and maybe even gross at times, but the rewards out way all of those other things. We don't mind working hard to give your pet the attention he/she needs.
So many animals around the world are suffering due to environmental destruction. Our awareness of this grew when we took the Advanced Placement Environmental Science class. This made us both want to help with the preservation of our planet's wildlife and the habitats in which they live. We are dedicated to helping animals from around the world. We discovered World Wildlife Fund and now donate a portion of our profits from our Skats Kritters business to this meaningful and passionate not-for-profit organization.
What is World Wildlife Fund?
Their work is focused around 6 ambitious goals, with people at the center:
"WWF’s work has evolved from saving species and landscapes to addressing the larger global threats and forces that impact them. Recognizing that the problems facing our planet are increasingly more complex and urgent, they have refined the way in which they work around an ambitious new strategy. Their new strategy puts people at the center and organizes work around six key areas: forests, marine, freshwater, wildlife, food and climate. By linking these six areas in an integrated approach, they can better leverage the unique assets and direct all their resources to protecting vulnerable places, species and communities worldwide."
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