Sunday, May 15, 2011

I still yearn for applicants to work with me at HALO Animal Rescue. Half of the job is getting the animals the medical treatment they need and keeping them clean. The other half is learning their behavior so we can find the best home for them, making sure they get enough play time, introducing the animals to people who visit our shelter to adopt, putting pictures and biographies up online, and sometimes you actually get to sit down and do data entry.

It's fast-paced, often stressful, but never boring.

I need people with an almost-unhealthy obsession with saving cats and dogs.

Plus, at Orientation, everyone gets a Chihuahua!