Pets are often considered part of our homes because they provide companionship, joy, and a sense of family. They offer unconditional love and support, and their presence can greatly enhance our overall well-being. Pets can also provide a sense of security and comfort, as they are always there for us during both the good and challenging times. Additionally, taking care of a pet can teach us important life skills such as responsibility, patience, and empathy. Ultimately, pets bring happiness and a special bond to our homes and families. Luff team members share the pleasure of furbabies.
Joanna – Lettings
I’ve always grown up with cats in my family, as well as chinchillas, hamsters, rabbits, and plenty of fish! My current family cat is 13-year-old Alfie. I now have my own 3-year-old exotic shorthair cat called Garlic and I can’t imagine going home to an empty house without him. From napping to cooking and everything in between, we are together from the moment I get home to the moment I leave! As much as I would love to have more animals, I don’t think Garlic would cope with having to share the attention!!
Mel – Lettings
Who says cats and dogs can’t live together!! We have bred Dachshunds twice and ended up with 4 little ones, along with the cat they all live very happy together. A house is not a home without a bundle of pets!!
Melissa – Sales
I absolutely love my pets and can’t imagine not having at least two! I grew up owning horses and have always had Persian cats until last year. My boys as I like to call them are Boston Terrier Chester (10), Swedish Terrier Buddy (3), and Mexican Lab Rat Barney (10)…he is a mongrel. My two 14-yer old tortoises hibernate all winter and from April to September live in the garden. People say tortoises are expensive to buy, but in the long term they are very cheap to feed and can live for 100 years, a bargain in my eyes! Aside from my own pets, I home foster dogs from a local non-profit dog recue charity called Pro Dogs until they find their forever homes.