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In the latest episode of The Jersey PodCats, Danielle Woolley and Elizabeth Gearhart chat about all things cat with Amy Fagan, host of Grounded in Maine podcast and owner of Amy's Garden Jam. They share stories about their experiences with cats, and how Amy unexpectedly ventured into selling her homemade jam. (We are dying to try Sunday in a jar, wait til you hear what is in it!)
Their discussion covers topics such as litter choice and identifying potential allergies, introducing cats to one another, quirkiness of cats and their owners, and how we know when it's time to get more cats or when we've reached our limit. Amy shares how starting a homemade jam business can be both a creative outlet and a financial resource and shares her experience from being out of work due to a car accident led to selling her jam. The conversation went on, if you ever have a question for Danielle or Elizabeth they'll be happy to answer it. They love cats and people, so question away!
Of course we want to hear from you, we love chatting with pet parents, the more cat stories the better! We dare you to top Danielle and Elizabeth with stories about weird cat behavior! We think we've seen it all, but maybe not... Find us online: Visit http://thejerseypodcats.com, download and review the podcast episodes in your favorite podcast player or from http://thejerseypodcats.buzzsprout.com, and join our FaceBook group The Jersey PodCats Community. Check out Amy's podcast: https://www.groundedinmaine.com/ Check out Amy's jam: https://amysgardenjam.com/ The rescue organization that Danielle is involved with is www.tommyscatsnj.org And the Passage to Profit website is https://passagetoprofitshow.com/
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