To live on a Greek island reads like a dream in and of itself, but now while staying there you can even make a comfortable living… watching cats. 55 of them.
No, that’s not a misprint.
On the gorgeous Aegean island of Syros, a cat sanctuary and adoption center is looking for a qualified candidate to help take care of 55 felines.
The organization — God’s Little People Cat Rescue — announced the offer in a job posting via Facebook earlier in August.
According to the description, the rescue group is looking for “a mature and genuinely passionate cat lover,” and ideally someone 45+ years old who is “responsible, reliable, honest, practically inclined – and really, with a heart of gold.”
In exchange for four hours of work per day, the chosen cat caretaker will be given a home with a private garden, free utilities, salary and — not to mention — the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to live on a beautiful Greek island replete with incredible art, architecture, history, crystal clear water and overall tranquility.
Currently housing more than 60 rescued cats, the privately-funded sanctuary feeds strays, does neuter and spay and rescues sick and needy felines.