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Fiona25 wrote:Some ideas for working with animals:
Petcare business - my mum used to do this, very cheap to set up and basically you go to pets homes and look after them while their owners are away, also collect mail, water gardens etc.
Dog/cat boarding kennels - many of these are family run, but you might get a few days a week this way?
Vet nurse - hard to find a clinic to take you on, and while doing your VNC you may have to work for free, I think you have to do 8hrs min of practical work a week, you might get work after though.
Pet shop - just walking in and handing in your resume might get you some work.
Courses in naturopathy, aromoatherapy, massage etc for animals would be good, you could travel to homes or work from home.
I think it is VERY important that we do in life what we want! No point being stuck in a job that you aren't happy in. I did that for over 4yrs, worked 60-75hr weeks and hated it at the end. I took a year off, studied, had no money but am now doing all the things I love to do, it was worth it.
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