Kitty Works At Hair Salon For 4 Years And Never Takes A Day Off.
It's sad to imagine anyone abandoning a cat, especially when it's just a helpless little kitten. But that's exactly what happened to Betty Boo, a little ball of fur from Melbourne, Australia. But don't fret because there's a silver lining to every gray story, and this is it. It turns out that a woman, who now owns a salon, opened her doors and her heart to Betty Boo. She sheltered and fed her. Now the cat is paying her kindness forward by proving a very important role for all the clients that walk through the door of its human owner's beauty salon.
Betty Boo learned how tough life could be when she was just eight weeks old and living on the streets.
She was found by Chris Guglielmi in Melbourne and taken to a veterinary clinic, where she was eventually nursed back to full health. But Betty had made such an impression on Chris that she came back for her.
From the moment Chris made her a part of her family, Betty has shown loads of affection.
Betty is a serial cuddler, but she also loves to sit on people's laps. So, if she sees someone nearby, you can expect her to walk right up to them and then jump on their lap. Eventually, this didn't just become a random thing Betty did, it became her job.
Chris opened the BABAR Hair Salon in October 2013, and Betty was there for the grand opening.
In less than no time, she started working with Chris in the most unique way possible. Okay, so she couldn't dye hair or curl it. But she could provide some emotional support, which involved cuddling and lap-warming.
It didn't matter who they were, every client would end up getting some TLC with Betty Boo.
If someone was getting their hair cut, she would jump on their laps and kept them company. It was an invaluable service that Chris appreciated, and her customers loved it! Now we almost wish that every salon had a Betty.
Working at a salon can be hard work, but Betty is always there and doesn't complain about the hours.
Then again, she does take a break now and then to go paws up and chillax. But rarely will you find her taking a cat-nap, at least, not when there are so many clients desperately needing their laps all warmed up.
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