I find animal behaviour really interesting, as it is a means to better communicate with animals. I also have a fascination for necropsies and seeing how the body fits together and functions like lego.
I adore miniature donkeys and orang-utans.
Kama’aina (Hawaiian for ‘Child of the Land’) is our Domestic Medium hair kitty. Kama’aina came in to work as a stray that no one claimed. I was bullied and brainwashed into taking her home for the ‘weekend’. She’s since refused to leave, so I guess she’s in my home to stay. I do have special feelings towards her, but not the kind that would ever make me forgive her for biting me on the face.
When not at work I enjoy watching movies, travelling, hoarding sale items and cake making.
What do you like about working at Hobart Community Veterinary Hospital
If you’ve ever met the Hobart Community staff or clients, you’d know that there’s never a dull moment and that every day there is always something joyous to look forward to.