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A well-being and cat lover themed podcast that features interviews with wellness professionals. Our guests range from Personal Trainers, Yogis, Life Coaches, Business Owners, Therapy Cat owners, and more. The host Michelle Adams is the founder of Chatty Cats Care, London's professional cat sitting company. To find out more about the podcast and cat care visit our website https://www.chattycatscare.co.uk/ and Facebook and Instagram @chattycatscare
 
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This week Michelle speaks with Maris Passarelli, is the founder of Green Ramona an e-commerce business that stands up against greenwashing, while supporting other small businesses. Maris left her native country nearly 10 years ago; she quit the corporate world, sold everything that would not fit in a bag, and left to travel the world. Since then, s…
 
*Trigger warning this episode contains explicit content about animal cruelty. This week Michelle speaks with Britt Collins, she is an English journalist who writes for the Guardian, the Sunday Times, the Independent, Harper's Bazaar, Conde Nast Traveller, and Billionaire.com. She has volunteered at animal sanctuaries around the world, from tending …
 
This week Michelle speaks with Iona Allan, she is an Australian violinist and avid cat lover, who also happens to be one of our cat sitters at Chatty Cats Care. Iona moved to London 3 years ago to start a master's degree in music and has been performing and teaching violin. She grew up with a variety of animals in Australia including a bird, guinea…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Chris Roy, he is the father of several cats and dogs and the creator of Doobert.com, an online software platform for animal welfare volunteers and organizations. As a multi-engine pilot from Milwaukee, Chris has flown hundreds of animal rescue missions and has helped relocate animals from high-kill shelters to no-kill…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Anouska Taylor, she is an experienced voice teacher, Jungian coach, and professional singer. She has been training clients around the world for over a decade, to find the full potential of their unique voice. She offers transformational voice coaching for singers and speakers, using her unique approach combining 4 key…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Carla Coulson she is a photographer and life coach and helps women say Yes to themselves by reconnecting to their creativity, joy, and passion. Her mission is to lead women out of chaos, confusion or feeling stuck so they can access deeper creativity, love, health, success, confidence, and fun. Carla has authored 3 ph…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Marian Lee, a 24-year-old woman from Beijing. She grew up in China and came to the UK when she was just 17 years old to pursue her interest in acting. She did a BSc in Psychology at UCL before she came to The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama to do BA Acting CDT. From a teenager to a young adult, she has always…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Cheryl Muir, she is a Relationship Expert who specialises in helping high-achieving men and women overcome dating drama and build healthy relationships. Cheryl is the creator of The Dating Drama Empowerment Method and uses this method, combined with no-nonsense transformational coaching, to free her clients from a lif…
 
This week Michelle speaks with special guest Samantha Renke, born in Germany and raised in Lancashire, She is an actress, presenter, disability activist, inclusion and equality consultant, and keynote speaker. Prior to moving to London, she was a modern languages teacher. She is a columnist for the Metro and has written a multitude of articles on w…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Kelly McCallum, she is an artist who uses a multitude of techniques. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in 2001. One year later, she added a Bachelor of Science from the University of Massachusetts, graduating Cum Laude in Animal Science/Pre Veterinarian studies. In 2003, sh…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Lucy Jeffrey, the founder of Bare Kind. She sells bamboo socks where 10% of the profits are donated to help save the animal on the sock. She partners with animal conservation charities to donate these funds and recently has launched her first-ever 'rescue' sock. The design is dedicated to her own bunny rabbits, and 10…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Semra Havsever, she is an eclectic psycho-spiritual witch, author, and creator of Mama Moon Candles. Her mission is to create tools to make magical manifesting tools that are accessible to everyone. Semra is also a proud cat mum of two British Blue Cats. Get 10% off with the code magiccats10 visit www.mamamooncandles.…
 
This week Michelle speaks with James Morgan-Jones, a published Author of The Glasswater Quintet, a series of psychological thrillers, with a supernatural touch. James Morgan-Jones was born and brought up on the Essex/London borders. His mother was Welsh and his father from the East End. He trained as a professional actor at the Guildhall school of …
 
This week Michelle speaks with Katie Commodore, she is an amazing professional artist with an intriguing story to share. Katie attended the Maryland Insitute College of Art, in Baltimore graduating with a BFA in illustration. Katie's professional career includes working as a studio manager and Artist/Personal Assistant for Maya Lin, the designer of…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Wendie Patrick I.C.M.G., C.C.M.S, the owner of Dogs Pride, suppliers, educators, and distributors of safe practice and pet grooming. Wendie is a full-time animal lover with a passion to inform the world on how to treat your pet as you would yourself. She touches base on a wide range of wellness care for your pet such …
 
This week Michelle speaks with Anita Kelsey, who holds a first-class honors degree in Feline Behaviour and Psychology. Anita also writes for Your Cat magazine and is on their expert panel answering reader questions about cat grooming CFBA (Canine and Feline Behaviour) magazine as well as being a full member. Her first book 'Claws, Confessions Of A …
 
This week Michelle speaks with Geri Butner, she is a former startup and corporate leader who spent a decade specialising in making ideas come to life. After realizing her passion for kickstarting change and making an impact, she became a Life and Business Coach to help dreamers turn their vision into their reality. Geri works with her clients to he…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Chris Hudson and Shelly Hail the Artists and Founders of Crazy Cat Lady Ceramics, which started in 2013 with the mission to help people celebrate the joy animals bring into their lives. They are our family members, companions, and often best friends. Every product is hand-made and, an original work of art. They make t…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Melanie Torres, she is a wellness influencer, yoga instructor, and founder of the healthy lifestyle blog Headstands and Heels. By sharing a positive approach to wellness, she hopes to encourage women to priortise their well-being through simple healthy habits, mindfulness, and self-care. Melanie is a pup mum to two go…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Thomas Gudgeon, he has a background in working as an events account manager for a luxury boutique hotel. However, since the onset pandemic, Tom was furloughed and later made redundant like so many thousands of people right now. But during the lockdown, Tom made a spontaneous yet, amazing purchase of an adorable kitten…
 
*Content warnings: This episode contains a mention of domestic violence* This week Michelle speaks with Nova Barton founder of Nova Coaching, she is originally from West London, but now resides in a small mining village in the Rhondda Valleys and this has been her home with her son for the past 4 years. Nova has worked for over twenty years in the …
 
*Content Warnings: This episode contains a mention of Substance Abuse, Mental Health, and Suicide* This week Michelle speaks with Vanessa Wallace. She is an emotional well-being coach and psychotherapist. Having come into recovery herself in 2001 from some serious mental health issues and addiction, she has made it her mission to help others recove…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Solomon Smith the founder of Brixton Soup Kitchen, a community space for homeless people and people in desperate need. The Soup Kitchen provides people with food, drinks, companionship, advice, and much more on a weekly basis. Solomon started feeding the homeless at the tender age of 7 years old, which is when he reco…
 
This week Michelle has an unforgettable conversation with Wilfred Emmanuel Jones OBE, also known as The Black Farmer. In this episode, Wilfred takes us on his life journey of success. He arrived in the UK as part of the Windrush generation to live in Birmingham in a poverty-stricken environment. But Wilfred had one dream and this was that he would …
 
This week Michelle speaks with Elayne Peddy, she is a plus-size woman on a mission to give a voice and make noise about the plus-size community in the UK. Over the years of self-discovery and self-acceptance, she has grown to become a woman that uplifts and embraces others, for who they are and not what society states they should be. She is a PLUS …
 
This week Michelle speaks with Kylie Dixon, she is an Artist, Coach, Entrepreneur, and children's book author. Kylie founded 'The Northern lass lounge' a Facebook page created to offer social media support for "Badass business lasses, who are feeling overwhelmed with managing their business account on social media". The sense of community that Kyli…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Sarah Begum, she is a British Journalist, Explorer, TV Presenter, Speaker, and Podcast Host. She has explored the world, studying tribes and different ways of living, whilst investigating current affairs and making humanitarian efforts to help people along the way. She is the host of the 'Spaced Out' podcast, Sarah ai…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Jade Lovelace, she is a Pet-Sitter and Holistic Entrepreneur qualified in massage and reiki with a focus on using natural healing remedies. Jade has a wealth of knowledge about holistic practices and shares with us how she applies this as an entrepreneur. She lives a nomad lifestyle traveling around different states i…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Jessica Newman, she is a model represented by Zebedee Talent a revolutionary model agency representing people with disabilities and visible differences. At 14 years old Jessica was diagnosed with Alopecia Areata, an auto-immune disease that causes hair loss in some or all parts of the body. Jessica has dealt with lots…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Tom Cooper, who takes us on a musical journey through his life and love for music. He has many titles such as Composer, Songwriter, Musician, Producer, Mix and Mastering Engineer to name a few. Tom is a mostly self-taught musician who learned how to play music by ear. Tom's own songs as well as his productions for oth…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Hollie Harrington-Ball, she is an Actress, Freelance Film Maker, and Photographer, Mother, and Wife. She is also an enthusiastic animal lover and has shared her life with some adorable kitties. Hollie is originally from London but she has traveled and lived far and wide including Cambodia, Kenya, Indonesia, and France…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Xenia Praksina, she is the founder of Xenia Motif, an event and design planning service for international weddings and lifestyle shoots. She also the founder of Ocean Co-Create a beautiful visual arts company seeking ways to change the future of the world's oceans for the better. Xenia also has a great social media pr…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Amy Slevin, she is a yoga, movement, and mindset coach with a passion for Parkour. Amy is a former Osteopath, helping people to restore normal function & health of the joints to help the body heal itself. She now offers an online mentoring program and a variety of courses such as transforming your relationship with pa…
 
This week Michelle talks with Sharmane Fury podcast host of 3 podcasts Militantly Mixed, which explores issues of race and identity from the perspective of mixed-race people. BlerdcoMixed, a podcast created by two comic book fans discussing Blackness and being Mixed blerd. Lastly, Bifurious a safe space podcast for all LGBTQ+ folk that feels margin…
 
This week Michelle has an unforgettable conversation with British Champion Boxer Ashley Theophane. He has fought and won in 12 countries. He is also one of few brits to headline in Las Vegas with a 5-year membership of Floyd Mayweather's Mayweather Promotions. Ashley has achieved an impressive 50 professional wins over the span of his 17-year caree…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Joy Ogude founder of The London Physio who offers virtual physiotherapy sessions from anywhere in the world. Joy is a Chartered Physiotherapist with 10 years of in-depth, specialist, and professional experience in her field. Joy's bold move to become self-employed early on in her career enabled her to work all over th…
 
This week Michelle has an unforgettable conversation with Asma Khan; Chef, Owner of Darjeeling Express Restaurant, and Cook Book Author, and recently appeared on the sixth season of the Netflix documentary series Chef's Table. In this podcast episode, I chat to Asma about growing up in India and the sustainable locally sourced food that was readily…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Jo Jo Cartagena about her make-up artistry service Jo XO Artistry. Most of Jo's practical training began at the well-known make-up brand Mac, where she gained hands-on experience with a variety of clients. This experience helped shape Jo into the well-rounded and talented make-up artist she is today. Jo XO Artistry of…
 
This week Michelle speaks with May Lui, she is the founder of May Lui Consultancy for anti-oppression workshops and non-profit organisational training and development. The consultancy provides professional training and education about anti-oppression, anti-racism, intersectionality, diversity, equality, and inclusion in the workplace. May has a wea…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Tania Lodi founder of Tania's Tea House located in the prestigious Jumeirah Beach, Dubai. The cafe is aesthetically beautiful and has been voted the 7th most instagrammable cafe in the world, which is very impressive. The cafe attracts people far and wide from the quintessential Jumeriah Janes to social media-savvy mi…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Sarah Bishop, an accountant by trade and founder of Jambo Cards a diverse greeting card retailer. She also runs an online blog called businessofcolour.com. Sarah's business Jambo cards are inspirational and fill a gap in the current retail industry by representing ethnic diversity. Their website stocks a range of gree…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Rose Stanton, an area manager of a veterinarian clinic and she's a huge animal lover. But she has a special connection with cats, it seems wherever Rose goes cats follow her. In this episode, we discuss the realities of getting a kitten or cat during the current lockdown period. Why a simple thank you to your vet can …
 
This week Michelle speaks with Joy Joseph, a multi-talented drummer, percussionist, singer/songwriter, and actor originally from London, but currently residing in Brooklyn. Joy's passion for music started early, partly due to the fact that she was born into a musical as the daughter of Trinidadian Calypso legend Alexander D Great. But she found her…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Jenifer Flett and Henry Lecky (aka Jen and Hen) a wonderful couple originally from England and Edinburgh. The couple leads a nomad lifestyle traveling, petsitting, and creating content for their amazing blog Hoopla Adventures. A few years ago the couple left Edinburgh to work all over Europe to learn the art of sustai…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Magda Nawrocka-Weekes from London about climate change, seed saving, and food security. Magda is a former biochemist who is passionate about saving the environment, issues of food waste, and protesting for rights. She is also an avid gardener who grows, shares, and educates others about how to grow their own food and …
 
This week Michelle speaks with Tina Pencinger about working in an Oxfam charity shop, fast fashion, and her style and sustainability fashion blog 'Golden med girl'. Tina is a deputy manager of an Oxfam shop in Kingston, she gives us an insight into how clothing and other donated items are sold, upcycled, or even used to make recycled car seats. Tin…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Jane Layton about her sustainable upcycled jewellery business, Kitsch2thecore. All of the Jewellery that Jane makes is sustainably sourced from reclaimed fabric and stainless steel. She sells her beautiful pieces on the popular vintage site Depop, so if you are looking for cute Christmas gifts this year be sure to bro…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Camille Radford a small Esty business owner from Maryland, Baltimore all about the inspiration behind her faux locks business, Rainbow VLG Warriors. Camille designs and creates faux hand-rolled and dyed wool dreadlocks using sustainably sourced wool from a farm in North Carolina. She initially wanted to find a hairsty…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Andrea Sasia Ramirez; she is originally from Mexico, but currently living in Roubaix, France. Andrea works as a tech support worker during the day, but one recent evening whilst relaxing at home she heard faint meow cries coming from the roof. But she never imagined that she would be rescuing a little kitten on this e…
 
This week Michelle speaks with Elouise Bishop about becoming an entrepreneur and her co-founding childcare consultancy company Quint Education. The company has established a great reputation within the industry and is growing steadily. Elouise is a North West London girl, she graduated from her human resources degree in 2014 and by 2015 she was co-…
 
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