Look after Gino and Ginelli inThailand
I am a music specialist at Hua Hin International School. I would love to visit as much of Asia as possible and Japan for many reasons !)
I am a caring person especially when it comes to children and animals. I am soon going to be volunteering at the local orphanage and through jungle aid in/near Hua Hin so if you'd like any info on that when you're here, let me know. I am vegan so I often feed Gino and Ginelli the meat in the dishes I order (cooked chicken only; rinsed to take away the Garvey that could be cooked in garlic!) only because they never give me a discount for when I order same meat dishes but without meat so I thought I might as well rescue the poor wee sods! I did try them out on some highly supplemented vegan cat food (which is what vets recommend to give to elderly animals that have many food intolerances because normal pet food is often laden with toxic chemicals and parasites) but they don't like it, they prefer cooked chicken but the cheapest own brand Tesco or Big C cat food will do. I just try my best and once I decide to care, I commit!
Our Home & Location
Hua Hin is an underrated part of Thailand where you can chill out on the beach, have plentiful delicious and cheap food, deserts, smoothies or even healthy and delicious vegan food and smoothies at Hua Hin Vegan Cafe, temporarily join the affordable Smorprong Fitness gym (5 minutes from house) or top notch Atletic Gym in town by the main shopping centres: Market Village and Bluport; take a one hour foot massage for 150 baht whilst reading a book! Or dare yourself to try a Thai massage or a much more gentle oil massage usually 250 baht - 300 baht respectively for one hour); Use the car and your google map app to drive yourself to amazing attractions such as the Pala U waterfall or go on a bicycle tour. Go to El Toro bar on Poonsuk road (sounds rude, but it's simply close to the beach!) or treat yourself to a night or two in Bangkok: drive to or drive then skyline up to Saxophone pub on Victory Monument BTS in Bangkok after a stay at President Park hotel, a visit to Lumpini park (with all the monitor lizards!) and a meal at top rated restaurant (happens to be vegan) 'veganerie'! I can also provide top cheap, nearby places to eat out and how to order vegan if interested.
Responsibilities & Pets
Feed and water them twice daily; 2 x 5 minute play sessions (or more); 2 x 5 minute hugs (or more!); clean and possibly replenish litter tray once daily (only scrape out the dirty stuff with scoop and disposable gloves provided into smaller white bin); keep them inside by picking both up and chucking them on the tall cupboard in the bedroom then running fast to the door and quickly locking behind! I do let them out normally but it can be difficult at times to get them back as they can go missing for some time - once in the nearby wild forest!