Jill, whom we’ll meet today, has the finest job ever, according to many cat and fluffy lovers. And it entails providing love, care, and, of course, hugs to the kittens in order to assist and heal them.
Jill Nunes, a veterinarian from Rio de Janeiro, loves all animals and treats them with great care. It’s difficult to keep track of how many animals came out of his clinic alive and well, and the guy attempted to develop his unique method for each of them.
“As a kid, I wanted to be a veterinarian and live in New York.” So I made the decision to abandon everything and pursue my goal,” Jill explains. – “I got off the aircraft 17 years ago with empty money but big ambitions.”
He acquired an excellent job as an assistant at one of the veterinary clinics within a year. The man opted to work in feline clinics after graduating from veterinary school. As a result, Jill became an animal rescuer and the manager of two New York veterinarian clinics.
It has been home to 14 cats and four dogs for the past 17 years.
“The majority of the animals you see on my Instagram are my personal pets, patients, or animals I rescued and am caring for for adoption,” Jill explains.
After a long day’s labor, look at these three cute kitties cuddling one other!
“We treated Kelly for burns, and he was one of our patients.” Eventually, one of our clients fell in love with him and adopted him, – the veterinarian explains. – Kelly is getting a lovely house, which makes me pleased, but it makes me sad to see him leave. I was clinging to him… Kelly would follow me throughout the hospital, pleading with me to take him home.
“The nicest part of becoming a veterinarian is saving animals and seeing them heal right before our eyes,” Jill says.
Crayons is the name of this buddy, and Jill is doing everything she can to keep him well! Meanwhile, there’s still time for some kindness.
A veterinarian makes time to care for the seals of the “Rockaway Rescue Group,” a rescue group.
“This is how I start my day!”
“It’s critical to show a small patient a lot of love and attention so she won’t be afraid of the operations…”
And this kitten still likes to bathe!
Help the mushroom.
A new patient basket has arrived.
“Blined by a cute kitten!”
“I’m passionate about what I do.” “It’s such a lovely sensation to see a cat wash its face after recovering from an illness, as if to say, “Thanks for healing me.” Cats are everything to me!” adds Jill.
It’s fantastic when a pastime turns into a beloved career that also gives enjoyment to people and animals alike!