Please help control the pet population problem and have your companion animals spayed or neutered.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve had a soft spot in my heart for animals. My affection started early with our family’s dogs. I considered a career in the animal industry but instead obtained a bachelors degree in Criminal Justice from Alvernia College. After working as a correctional officer for 14 years and owning and running a tavern, I stumbled upon a journey of self discovery. Early in the process I decided I could no longer contribute to the unnecessary suffering of animals and became vegan. It has been one of the best decisions of my life. After selling the tavern I made a decision to leave my job at the prison and follow a more fulfilling path.
At first I worked at Starbucks but eventually decided to become a certified dog trainer. Shortly after completing the course work to become a trainer, I experienced a personal tragedy which would forever change my life. In the midst of caring for myself following the event, a colony of feral cats showed up around my house. As a way to combat the cat population problem, I learned about a program called trap-neuter-release (TNR). As an outgrowth of learning how to care for these cats Spiritual Haven Animal Sanctuary (501c3 non-profit) was created in July of 2014.
I love working at the sanctuary, but it is expensive so I needed to find a way to pay the bills while still supporting it. I wanted to find something meaningful that would grow my interests and talents.
As I considered what to do I was reminded my pet sitter was getting ready to retire. I asked her if she would help me get started in the industry. In August of 2015 Kel’s Pet Sitting was born where your pets get experienced, professional, and loving care.
Kel M. Hatt
Insured & Bonded
Phone: 484-955-5437 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org