Keli recently signed up to play with cats for two hours a day, one day a week. Seriously, she was all over that (“Is there a catch?!”). To cover their bases (just in case kittens decide to maul her, which would be the cutest way to get seriously injured) the Multnomah County Animal Services requires her to list an emergency contact. Me. Choosing my relationship to her proved to be… interesting.
The full list is below. You can choose between “mom,” “mon,” and “mum,” three “fiancé” options, the generic “family” or the very, very specific “Rosa’s step-father.” Among many other options.
It’s worth taking a look.
503-658-5419 ATE Coordinator aunt Aunt/Adoptive Mother best friend boy- friend Boyfriend brother care giver casemaniger cousin Co-worker dad Dad and Mom Daugher Daughter daughter (adult) DOM,ESTIC PARTNER Domestic Partner Faimly friend family family friend family member Father Father. Fiance Fiance' fiancee Foster mom foster mother Friend friend of family friend/friend friend/roomate Friends Gaurdian Girlfiriend Girlfriend grandfather Grandma Grandmother Grandpa Grandparents/legal guardians Host mom host mother Husband husband/dad husband/father Husbank husbund Job Coach live-in caregiver Manager mom Mom and Dad Mom and Stepdad mon Mother Mother/Grandmother mother-in-law mum My Aunt My Dad my mom My mother Neighbor Owner of Company Parent Parents Parrents partner Room mate Roommate Rosa's step-father s/o same Sig other Significant Other Sister Son spous / father Spouse Step dad Step Dather Step Father step mom Step Mother step-father stepmom step-mom Stepmother Supervisor Uncle wife