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What age is a cat senior

I'm not sure, but I think it's before they're fixed. I had a cat that was 11 years old and still hadn't been fixed. I had to do it myself, and I think he died a few months later. Read about this in some of the articles on Catster - it's not fun.

7. How many pets can you have?

I had a couple of cats and a dog when I was younger, but I'm now a cat person. I have one cat, and I'm thinking of getting a second one. I've always wanted a dog, but it's been hard to find a good one that fits into my life. I don't think I'd want more than one, but I'm open to the idea if I find the right dog.

8. How many animals can you take care of?

I took care of a dog for a few months when I was younger, but I don't think I ever loved it. I have a cat now and I love it. I think I could care for another one if the right one came along.

9. How many hours a day do you work?

I work full time in an office, but I don't work all the time. I usually work between 40 and 50 hours a week, I love what I do, but I don't think it's my passion. I don't want to spend all my time at work. If I could, I would love to spend more time at home with my family, but it's hard when you have children.

10. How long were you a dog walker?

I was a pet walker for a while when I was younger, and I was a foster parent for dogs. I loved it, I was passionate about it. I think I could have done it for longer, but I had to get a real job and go to school.

11. Which was the more difficult job: dog walker or foster parenting?

I think it was the same for both. I loved working with dogs and I loved taking care of them. It was hard, but I loved it. I probably would have appreciated the foster parenting job more if I had been a bit older, but I loved taking care of the dogs.

12. What was more difficult: dog walker or foster parent?

I had a dog when I was younger, and I loved him. I never had to give him up, but I loved him so much. I really miss him every day. But I think I loved taking care of foster dogs more. You know they're going to be put up for adoption, and they're going to be loved. It's the same thing with taking care of a dog that's already adopted.

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