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Kerry See

Kerry has been caring for animals as far back as she can remember.  As a child, a good part of her day consisted of seeking out injured or orphaned animals.  Although, her parents frowned at the occasional wild house guest, they encouraged her to pursue her heart’s desire.

Her first pet and teacher was Pyewacket, a Siamese, who taught Kerry love, devotion, patience and compassion.  In his twilight, Pyewacket welcomed kittens and ferrets into his home.

Kerry followed her heart and not her degree in her pursuit of  'How can I help Pye’.  After graduating Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in 1996, she obtained a position at a local animal hospital, where she worked as a veterinary technician for seven years.  During that time, she cared for countless feral and domestic cats, dogs, exotics and several species of wildlife.  She found she enjoyed rehabilitating wildlife and raising young squirrels, fledgling birds and kittens. 

Kerry found her passion was helping the helpless.  When others dismissed injured or physically disabled animals, Kerry made it her mission to find an alternative.  She held fund-raisers for cats in need:  locating a prosthesis manufacturer in California to build kitty-walkers for two kittens, BeeBop & Tumblina, with cerebellar hypoplasia (see The New York Times, Journal News and Catnip articles) and locating a surgeon in New Jersey to perform a pulmonary artery banding on a kitten, Spikealicious, with a severe ventricular septal defect, given months to live.  BeeBop, Tumblina and Spikealicious were all brought home to live with Kerry.  Their determination to live life to its fullest, despite its challenges is what inspires her each day. More recently, Kerry raised funds to provide Mango a second chance at life.  Mango was born with a life threatening deformity.  He is now a very happy and active adolescent kitty.  (See his story in 2014 Ruffly Purrfect Press, p. 2)

Volunteering has become a big part of her life:  she participated in a trial therapy program at F.E.G.S., a day care facility for mentally-challenged adults with two cerebellar hypoplasia kitties, BeeBop and Tumblina; she accompanied a local veterinarian to Ground Zero to examine and treat rescue and recovery dogs; she has fostered and placed countless cats and kittens; she has trapped feral and friendly strays privately and for Pet Rescue in Larchmont, New York and has rescued, fostered and re-homed death row rescues from Manhattan’s CACC.

Kerry is a member of several charitable organizations:  Alley Cat Allies, Alley Cat Rescue, American Anti-Vivisection Society, ASPCA, The American Ferret Association, Defenders of Wildlife, Environmental Defense Fund,  Equine Advocates, Front Range Equine Rescue, Gentle Giants Draft Horse Rescue, Greenpeace, The Humane Farming Association, The Humane Society of the United States, The Humane Society International, The Humane Society Legislative Fund, I.F.A.W., The National Audubon Society, N.R.D.C., National Wildlife Federation, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, The Wilderness Society and World Wildlife Fund to name a few. 

Discovering pet-sitting, by chance, in 1996, Kerry began caring for pets in private homes.  She found her calling:  caring for animals in a one on one setting.  “The intimate bonds developed through these relationships are never forgotten.  Each animal, each experience leaves me with a precious memory.  I love the time I spend with all my animal friends and look forward to each visit with them.  I see each client’s pet as an extension of my pet family.” (Kerry A. See, R.P.P.S. owner)  In January of 2003, Kerry began devoting more time to her clients and by December of 2003 Ruffly Purrfect Pet Services had been created.

In her search to find alternative treatments for her special needs kitties, particularly her Spikealicious, she discovered Reiki.  In 2007, Kerry obtained certification as a Usui Reiki practitioner (Level III) and is currently studying to obtain her Master certification in both Usui and Karuna Reiki.  “My goal is to share Reiki with the animals that enter my life.  I will continue to study Reiki so that I can offer all that Reiki has to offer.”  (Kerry A. See)  She is also seeking certification in animal communication, shamanic healing, pet bereavement and studying to obtain her license as wildlife rehabilitator.

Currently, Kerry is developing innovative pet products; creating handmade hemp & gemstone kitty collars; writing pet-centric stories and developing characters for her upcoming children’s book series.   She is a co-author in The Gratitude Book Project: Best of Pets, a book celebrating the special relationships we have with members of our “fur families.”  Her two contributions to the book center around two of her beloved pets, Spikealicious and Tumblina.  In “More Than I Expected”, she tells how one brave little tuxedo cat beat the odds and taught all who knew him what it meant to live for each and every day.  In “Unassumingly, Tumblina”, she tells a story of a gentle spirited handicapped kitty who subtly taught her some of life’s most poignant lessons. 

Kerry shares her home with several remarkable kitties one ferret and one dove. Dizzy, a c.h.inspiration; Tucker, an abandoned kitty; Roary Roo, an epileptic; Nico and Mina, rescued littermates; Patch, a shelter rescue; Willow, Petunia, Buttercup, all rescued ferals; Rudolph, another rescued feral; Mimi, her Mom's cat, Sonny Logan, a bottle baby/foster fail, a pair of woodland kittens, Aurora and Leia, Minerva, another bottle baby found by sanitation early one autumn morning, Odin, a recovered hit by car found on a busy highway late at night, Paka & Kimba, two rescued housemates, D'Artagnan, an adopted ferret and Willie, a handicapped dove.  She is currently fostering several kittens who had bumpy starts:  the charmed ones (Leo, Piper, Cole, Phoebe and Paige) and the Winchester brothers (Sam and Dean).  Although they are no longer with her, Pyewacket, Hoot, Tumblina and Beebop, c.h. siblings, Spikealicious, Stevie Ray, her miracle kitty and left hand man, Venus Di Milo, JoeJoe kitty, Figaro, aka Figlet, Jake Blues, Priscilla, Elwood Blues, Rogue, Penelope, BooBoo, Edie, Dori, Pinot, Bodega and Luca are always in her heart.




Laura Brown-Cruz , a long time friend and lifelong animal lover will be providing substitute dog walking & cat sitting services to RPPS clients in White Plains, Harrison and the surrounding areas during peak times.  Laura is also available for overnight care in Harrison, West Harrison and White Plains.



Sally Lore of Zip Dog Service, a lifetime dog lover and trusted friend will be providing substitute dog walking services to RPPS clients in the New Rochelle, Larchmont, Mamaroneck & Mt. Vernon areas.




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Christina Georgiades

As a pet lover, Christina understands the difficulty of finding someone who will care for your pets and respect your home.  Christina is passionate about all animals and it shows!  There hasn't been a time in her life when pets weren't a part of her life.  She enjoys walking, playing, pampering and spoiling all furbabies.  Christina also boards small animals in her apartment.  
She shares her home with a Russian Blue rescue named, Lynxie, who is dog friendly and loves cuddles and snuggles but only on his terms.



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