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 and has one special rescue cat, Ora.
PLEASE NOTE: JOBE's service area is Brookline, MA only. As of August 2022,
we are at full capacity and not accepting new pet parents.
Sarah Moore is completing her master’s degree in library and information science: archives management at Simmons University. Sarah grew up in Morgantown, WV and began pet-sitting in high school. She is experienced with senior and special needs cat care. Sarah has been living in the Brookline-Allston area since 2016. For the first time she is living without any cats after the loss of her beloved kitties Koshka and Eevee. She enjoys meeting and caring for all the JOBE cats even more now. Sarah started with JOBE in 2017.
Founded in 2014
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, a golden retriever rescue from Turkey named Charlemagne (Charlie), two Siberian cats — brother and sister, Milo and Mira — and too many fish to count. She has experience with senior special needs cats and dogs. Tracy started with JOBE in 2014.
Caroline Wilson is a graduate of Norfolk County Agricultural High School where she majored in animal science. She has worked at The Daily Stroll in Brookline as dog walker and an assistant groomer. Caroline is pursuing a Pet and Dog Grooming Certificate through Penn Foster. A lifelong animal lover, she has experience working with cats, dogs, cows, rabbits, and pigs! She raised brother-sister black cat duo Hershey and Cocoa and a pet rabbit named Lil’ Puff. She currently shares her parents with a goldendoodle named Hazel as well as Cocoa. Caroline began interning with JOBE in 2014 and as of 2021 works part-time, specializing in overnight cat care and basic dog and cat grooming.
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Bill Davidson lives in Brookline with his wife, Michelle. As co-owner of JOBE, he specializes in playtime with cats. Bill and Michelle lost their beloved dog Jobe, and kitties, Gimli and Eowyn, after almost 19 years of love and friendship. Bill started with JOBE in 2014.
Our beloved namesake Jobe
JOBE is owned by Michelle Quinn-Davidson, MPA, CDT, CPPS, who has resided in Brookline, MA for more than 20 years. She is a Certified Dog Trainer with Pet CPR First Aid training from the Animal Behavior College and a Certified Professional Pet Sitter through Pet Sitters International. She has a certificate in COVID-19 safety protocols from Pet Sitters International and is currently working on a Fear-Free Pet Sitter certificate. She established JOBE 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. She received her Master 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.
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 and rescue dogs who may have experienced early trauma. While we do not offer daily dog walks, we are available for in-home pet sitting for both dogs and cats. JOBE cares for both animals and people by the care and treatment of pet issues and strengthening the bond between humans and their pets during the many phases of their lifetime.