If you love to volunteer, then we would love to welcome you into our rescue family! We have many programs that you may be interested in, whether it is for one hour or one day, we have a program that is right for you. Contact us today, to see how your involvement can make a difference in the lives of these homeless cats!
Here are a list of some of the programs that we have available for volunteers.
Kittens born to feral cats can be socialized and adopted. Our volunteers provide safe housing, food and medicine for these kittens. When they are old enough, they are spayed or neutered and adopted out to wonderful loving families. We are always in need of kitten foster families. This is a wonderful experience to nurture and social kittens, not to mention the cutest thing ever to see them develop into their own little personalities.
Adult Cat Foster
We are always in need of Adult Cat Fosters. The more fosters we have, the more cats we can save from living a harsh life on the streets. Many of these cats suffer from stress, anxiety , skittish, scared or just unsure about their surroundings. They have never lived inside or use a litter box. They just need a quiet, safe place to relax for a few weeks and decompress. Many realize very quickly that they are safe and take their first nights sleep without having to worry about predator's or the dangers of the night!
We hold local adoption events on the weekends to showcase our cats and kittens that are ready for adoption. We are always in need of volunteers to help with the set up and break down and to meet and greet the potential adopters. Its is a fun way to meet our rescued cats and kittens and come out for a great event. Every cat or kitten that we get adopted makes room for us to recue more from our colonies.
We trap, neuter and return all cats from our colonies. We also try to assist other colonies if they need the help as well. We are always in need of trappers. No experience necessary as we will train anyone that is interested. TNR is the only effective way to reduce the over population of feral cats. An unsprayed female cat can produce over 60 kittens in just two years which is why we try to educate everyone on the importance of TNR.