Hello Pet Lovers. My name is Christina. I am a long time Pet Lover from the small and furry to the large and hairy. I have been a Veterinary Technician since 1991 and have enjoyed all aspects of pet care. I am currently a stay at home caregiver for my elderly father.
My furry family includes 1 Shiba Inu and 1 domestic shorthair cat well as 2 pound puppy “Granddogs” and a Main Coon “Grandcat”. We enjoy spending time at Fountain Creek Regional park walking the dogs and meeting new friends. The cats and I spend our morning watching the birds at the birdfeeders and enjoying our morning caffeine (Well I enjoy mine, they just watch)
When I’m not caring for the people or the animals you will find me in the kitchen cooking for the masses. I enjoy entertaining and I love to cook for big groups.
I have been in the Colorado Springs/Fountain area since 1991 and love the area, I have been pet sitting since 1991 and enjoy being able to help people feel more comfortable when they must leave home without their furry loved ones.
My name is Julie and I am excited to be part of the Little Paws Pet Sitting team.
I have been around animals all of my life. As a child I had what my mom fondly called “a zoo”. Cats, a dog, hamsters, gerbils, rabbits, turtles and small exotic birds. I could never get enough of my furry friends.
I grew up always wanting to work with animals. I have been a certified veterinary technician since 2010. At home I have multiple rescue cats and a German Shepherd named Razzmatazz. My mother and I live together and share the responsibility of taking care of all our animals.
I have experience in the veterinary field as well as house sitting and pet sitting throughout my life. I want you to feel comfortable leaving your fur babies and your home in my care. I will do my very best to make it an excellent experience for both you and your pets.
Hi there! I’m Diana, a Colorado transplant with a vast military travel family prior to finding a home here in Colorado. I have a large family and a long history of pet care.
Hello fellow animal lovers! I’m Wendy. I’ve lived in the Colorado Springs area for about 25 years. I am a long-time wife to a loving husband, the mother of two beautiful (and grown) daughters, and even the grandmother of an energetic youngster (who affectionately calls me “meemaw”).
I was raised in rural New Hampshire, have two degrees claiming that I am a meteorologist by trade, am an Air Force veteran, have even worked as a computer system engineer, and am currently a junior high field hockey coach. My biggest “job,” however, is as “CEO/CFO of my household.”
Through it all, there has always been at least one pet keeping me company. Dogs, cats, birds, fish, hamsters… even a couple of horses and a ferret. I was raised thinking “a house isn’t a home without a pet,” and I still believe it. Presently, there are two four-legged furry family members in my house.
I know from experience how stressful it can be to leave a pet behind – both for you and your pet. I promise to give your pet the love and attention it deserves while you are away, and hopefully alleviate everyone’s stress in the process.
Hello! My name is Kathy. I grew up in a small farm town in Minnesota and I love animals. My mother would attest to that because she would say, ‘Kathy was always bringing animals home.” ……garter snakes in the cookie jar, kitties hidden under my bed, injured squirrels, abandoned birds and bunnies, and even turtles, salamanders and frogs. She did not always appreciate the critters I brought home, but she and my dad did allow me and my sisters to have a toy terrier and horses.
I am retired from my career in Water Quality Management and recently returned to my beloved Colorado after living for six years in Puerto Rico. I fulfilled my dream of living on an island, but missed the mountains, my family and all the adventures Colorado has to offer. Living in Puerto Rico also meant living in a culture where animals are rarely seen as family members. It broke my heart every day to see abandoned, abused and neglected animals. I rescued Apache, a Rottweiler who had heart worm and was starving. I “fixed him up”, and we had almost six wonderful years together. I still miss him and think of him often.
I used to live in an area in the mountains where people were known to dump their pets they no longer wanted. One cold snowy night right before Thanksgiving, a tiny kitty showed up on our doorstep. My two year old daughter loved the kitty and, after some fancy talking to my spouse who did not appreciate cats, Little Moon Cat joined our family. He was very independent and adventuresome, yet laid back, friendly and very smart. He must have gone through several lives and lived to be 20 years of age. Other pets we had when my kids were growing up included dogs, a horse, a gerbil, fish and mallard ducks. Animals are so interesting to hang out with, each has their own personality. I find it rewarding to care for them.
I have house/pet sat for friends and family. I am a caring pet sitter and will make sure your pets are safe and comfortable in your absence. I am experienced in caring for infirm animals. I am a dependable, responsible adult and will respect your home as if it were my own. I do not have an issue spending prolonged periods “at home”; I read, watch movies, crochet, do puzzles, and am exploring my artistic ability by learning to draw, sketch and use water color pencils. I too have had to select pet and house sitters and understand the importance of finding a qualified person to trust in these instances. No worries.
Linda has had a life-long love affair with animals. In addition to having many family pets while growing
up, she often brought home stray kittens, injured wildlife , and other assorted critters to add them the household, or deliver them to the proper medical facility. Over time, Linda became increasingly more involved with animal welfare work. She discovered her true passion was working with humane organizations in finding permanent , loving homes for unwanted companion animals. Although a computer consultant and archaeologist by profession, Linda has worked with many dog, cat, bird and horse welfare organizations over the years. In fact, one of her dreams came true when she co-founded Help Save Pets (HSP), a humane society in Plainfield IL. She was also appointed to a special animal welfare task force to advise Illinois government prosecutors in animal abuse cases. Linda adopted a mustang horse, who was wild-caught by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) when he was two years old. Through natural horsemanship training, Zorro became a well seasoned trail horse and Linda’s companion in doing wild horse advocacy presentations at county fairs and humane society functions. Although both are semi-retired, Linda and Zorro are still involved in seeking federal legislation for the protection of America’s wild horses. Linda brings many years of experience working with companion animals to Little Paws Pet Sitting.
Her motto is, “I treat your pets as if they were my own.” She is dedicated to providing the best possible care to your animals while you are away.
Owner and founder of Little Paws.
Your first contact when inquiring or scheduling pet sitting. I am the person to talk to about any questions regarding your pet care, reservations & billing.
I love my business and the fact that I’m able to help my clients with their pet care needs. I founded Little Paws in 1996 knowing that caring for pets and therefor helping pet owners was my calling.