Most animal lovers have this obsession of taking hundreds of photos of their pets, especially dogs, even if they all look the same. But this coffee shop crew takes her passion to the next level. And it’s both admirable and amazing.
Charity Jesionowski works at a coffee stand and caters to drive-through customers every day. About seven months in her post now, she discovered there’s so much delight in what she’s doing. Each day, many customers are accompanied by their dogs as they order their favorite drink. And Charity says she gets to meet no less than 30 pups within her shift.
Immediately, Charity had learned the furry customers’ names and started memorizing them. As her regulars visit the coffee stand, she makes sure to address them by their name. Eventually, it has become a habit that she never failed to do.
While busy days won’t allow her to take photos at all, Charity and her co-workers always give out treats to every canine customer. And, of course, she makes certain that her job doesn’t get affected as she conducts a quick photo shoot with her clients. Throughout each day, Charity has learned how to manage her time making coffee and giving treats.
The dogs that come and visit Charity’s place of work come in different, sizes, colors, and looks. But they are all equally excited to meet their friend. Well, is there at least one canine who doesn’t like treats?
Charity said that all their regular dog customers are greeted by their names. But she also admitted that most of the time, they remember the pup’s name and forget the human’s. It probably explains why Richie, an English Bulldog, has his eyes straight on Charity all the time.
From young puppies to huge and massive dogs, whole canine packs, and extremely eager pooches; name it. Charity has surely met them. With these adorable furbabies visiting every day, who could possibly resist taking photos of them?
“I am a dog person through and through so I make it personal about making sure all the doggos get treats,” said Charity. “It’s a big part of their little world and I love being a part of that!”
Credits to Charity Jesionowski