With his gentle nature and relentlessly positive attitude, Jeremy is a joy to have as a part of our MRAH family!
Jeremy had the pleasure of growing up and sharing his home with several furry and scaly companions and developed a strong bond with them that helped him realize just how much joy and comfort they can bring into our lives! Jeremy says that witnessing their unconditional love and playful nature sparked his passion to work with animals. He loves providing them with the care they deserve. Jeremy had a very loyal and energetic dog named Maisy, who brought boundless happiness to his life. Jeremy also cherished the presence of a sweet and cuddly cat named Sweets. Currently, he is the proud owner of a fascinating Crested Gecko, which adds a touch of reptilian charm to his household. He proudly calls Lafayette, Colorado his hometown. He loves that it is a wonderful place with a tight-knit community.
Tidbits & Trifles:
A Way of Life: When Jeremy is not working, you can often find him indulging in his favorite hobbies. He is a huge music enthusiast and finds solace in listening to various genres. Attending concerts is a passion of his, and he has been lucky enough to experience over 100 live performances, which is a testament to his deep love for live music and the electric atmosphere it creates. Additionally, he loves playing music and creating beautiful melodies and harmonies with his friends, he says it is incredibly fulfilling. Playing music is not just a hobby, but a way for him to express himself.
Scales & Tales: He also possess a vast knowledge of reptiles, thanks to his passion for them. He finds their unique characteristics and behaviors truly fascinating
A Day in the Life:
“My favorite part about being an animal daycare employee is the sheer joy and fulfillment it brings me. Spending time with animals and caring for their well-being is incredibly rewarding. The wagging tails, purrs, and unique personalities of each animal make my day brighter. Being able to provide a safe and loving environment for them while their owners are away is an honor and a privilege.”