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Reliable House/PetSitter Available -- No Charge!

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KellyHayesRaitt
3/13/2015 18:38 EST

Hi, I'm an American woman, writer, 53, active and reliable, looking to care for your home and pet(s) around Aug 1 - 13. I don't charge!

I have been house/petsitting full-time since 2009 and have excellent references and experience!

I will be traveling to Japan to report on the 70th commemoration of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. I write a column for a weekly newspaper in west Los Angeles and I am writing a book about my experiences in the Middle East with Iraqi refugees.

More about my housesitting experience: http://www.trustedhousesitters.com/house-and-pet-sitters/2902-HayesRaitt/

Feel free to reach me at HayesRaitt (at) aol (dot) com.

Thank you!

Kelly Hayes-Raitt
www.LivingLargeInLimbo.com

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