Girl told what it’s like to work in a cat shelter, and we don’t know whether to feel sorry for her or not

A girl named Ingrid Wolf, who lives in Norway and works in a cat shelter, decided to talk a little about her work, which has its pros and cons.

“Working at a cat shelter means that most of my wards just love attention and seek it in every possible way,” Ingrid said.

Girl told what it's like to work in a cat shelter, and we don't know whether to feel sorry for her or not

“Some guys are so pushy and arrogant that they get in the way of me doing my job by demanding attention.”

“There are also some divas here. I tried to take a picture of one of them, but she insisted that her selfie would be much better.”

Girl told what it's like to work in a cat shelter, and we don't know whether to feel sorry for her or not

“They also constantly taunt me by showing me their tongue.”

“Just look at it!” “Even the little ones do it. Some of them can be quite nice and easy to get along with but then something happens, and they start showing me their asses.”

Girl told what it's like to work in a cat shelter, and we don't know whether to feel sorry for her or not

“From time to time, cats love to ride on my back. And sometimes I have to force them back down.”

“But they can be pretty cute and I love my job!”

Of course, it’s not easy for Ingrid and all the other people who work with animals but at the same time, they do a heroic job. Seeing their patience and love for animals is encouraging.

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