Tracy Quinn McLennan is the owner of TQM Communications, which provides editorial services for marketing/advertising, book publishing, corporations, nonprofits, and academia. She lives in Central Massachusetts with her husband, son, and two Siberian cats — sister and brother, Milo and Mira. She has experience with senior special needs cats. She lost her senior rescue golden retriever, Buddy, recently. Tracy started with JOBE in 2014.
Sarah Moore works at the Washington Square Starbucks in Brookline. Sarah grew up with multiple cats in her hometown of Morgantown, West Virginia and began pet-sitting in high school. After graduating college with a history degree, she moved to Brookline in 2016 with her beloved kitty, Koshka, who recently passed away. She is experienced with senior and special needs cat care. Sarah started with JOBE in 2017.
Geri Nicole Barrison is an offering manager at IBM. Geri is an avid furry friend lover. She loves all things feline and has a special knack for cat photos. When she's not with her own dog, Lucy Bear, you can find her taking care of others. She lives in Brookline, so say hi if you see her and Lucy in the neighborhood. Geri started with JOBE in 2016.
For the Love of Jobe — Pet Services, LLC (also known as "JOBE") cares for cats exclusively in Brookline, Massachusetts. We are fully bonded and insured. JOBE supports pet parents while they are apart from their fur babies by providing compassionate, loving, and dedicated care to your furry family member and peace of mind while you are away. We specialize in helping “high-need” cats including felines with medical and behavior issues. JOBE cares for both animals and people by the care and treatment of feline issues and strengthening the bond between humans and their pets during the many phases of their lifetime.
JOBE is accepting new cat clients in Brookline only.
CLOSED DATES IN 2019: November 27-28 & December 24-25
CLOSED DATES IN 2020: January 1-19
Our beloved namesake, Jobe
Emily Watson is finishing her last year of college at Massachusetts College of Art and Design obtaining her BFA in painting. She has lived in Jamaica Plain and loves it! In her free time, she likes to play the banjo, go out to eat, and spend time in nature. She's had cats and dogs her entire life and looks forward to meeting new ones through JOBE.
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Abby Harris is a preschool teacher at Les Petits Nursery in Brookline as well as a full-time student at Arizona State University studying education. Abby is a huge animal lover and grew up with various pets, including her best friend golden retriever, Gracie Lou Freebush. After Gracie Lou passed, Abby began dog house sitting in Wisconsin. After moving to Boston, she now has a chance to love and care for local pets again. Abby started with JOBE in 2017.
Beth Klein unapologetically prefers cats and dogs to many, but not all, people. She has held an assortment of positions across major industries. Beth has a master’s degree in human services as well as a master's degree in instructional design. She recently left a part-time faculty assistant job at MIT after 12 years. Beth has lived in Brookline for many years. She currently doesn't have any pets so taking care of others' pets provides great pleasure.
Bill Davidson is a videographer at Harvard Extension School. He lives in Brookline with his wife, Michelle, and senior cat, Eowyn. He lost Eowyn’s brother, Gimli, in 2016. Bill started with JOBE in 2014.
Tatyana Scott splits her time between being a shift manager at Starbucks Washington Square and working as a service fellow at Boston Cares. Tatyana grew up with cats and dogs and loves them dearly. She is best friends with her very special cat, Kiki. Tatyana began pet and house sitting in college. She started with JOBE in 2018.
For the Love of Jobe, LLC is owned by Michelle Quinn-Davidson. She is a Certified Dog Trainer
with Pet CPR First Aid training from the Animal Behavior College. She established
For the Love of Jobe — Pet Services, LLC in 2014 in memory of her beloved, rescued, blind
Newfoundland / Labrador mix, Jobe. Prior to starting her business, she spent more than 20 years
managing various youth development nonprofit organizations. While still a child advocate,
Michelle understood her greatest passion was animal welfare and supporting pet parents
through rescues. She received her master’s of public administration in management
from New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and her
bachelor’s in speech from Emerson College.
Founded in 2014