Caring for what you love
My brother Paul is 73 and I am 67.
We have great references from previous rentals and would look after your home as if it was our own.
Most importantly we would love your animals as if they were our own (as they would be our family while we were together and you are away).
We have had the pleasure of many animals being with us during our lifetime and each is an individual character who brings special gifts of love to humans.
Paul has done unpaid humanitarian work overseas and I cared for our parents for 10 years, Mum with Dementia, Arthritis and a Triple By Pass and Dad with serious Gall Stone issues and Parkinson's disease. I then cared for our sister who was in a hospice and visited every day to do everything I could to keep her comfortable. Our sister died 11 months after I arrived when doctors said she would not live 1 month.
Paul has just returned from overseas and we are wanting to live together. We are not sure of where we want to live, except in Queensland, hence would like to house sit in different areas.
We first experienced house minding in the 1960's as children with our parents who would swap houses when traveling for longer periods of time.