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Céline is an extraordinary person and pet sitter! She took perfect care of our 2 border collies and 2 cats during our absence. She "moved" in our place, which was true advantage for us, and gave 2 walks/day to the dogs and took great care of all our pets (including our epileptic cat and her medications). Every day she sent us pictures and videos and regular updates about them. We couldn't be happier! Our dogs already miss her a lot :)

- Simona

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