MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (WCCO) — If anybody’s in search of slightly inspiration for his or her post-retirement profession, you could possibly do so much worse than taking a cue from Wisconsin’s Terry Lauerman.
The 75-year-old man is a volunteer on the Secure Haven Pet Sanctuary in Inexperienced Bay. His major job, because it appears, is to take naps with the varied cats.
Save Haven’s founder, Elizabeth Feldhausen, says that Lauerman “simply walked in” someday, with a cat brush and an intention.
He’s been there for about six months, so Feldhausen mentioned “ultimately we instructed him he was an official volunteer and had him fill out our volunteer kind.”
His typical day on the job includes him spending an hour snoozing on the sofa with one cat. After which he’ll get up and transfer onto a doze with the following cat.
The job isn’t paid, however Lauerman evidently enjoys the work.
“We’re so fortunate to have a human like Terry,” the shelter mentioned in a Fb submit. “Terry simply got here alongside someday and launched himself. He mentioned he’d wish to brush cats. Ultimately, it turned on a regular basis. He brushes the entire cats, and might let you know about all of their likes and dislikes. He additionally by chance falls asleep most days. We don’t thoughts – Cats want this! Terry is a superb volunteer.”
The submit has already acquired nicely in extra of 85,000 reactions on Fb.