Lost & Found Volunteers (Admin & Social Media)

Within our branch, one of the most frequent enquiries we receive are those of lost and found cats. Before we can help a stray cat with neutering or rehoming, we first must look for owners - that's where you come in!

We are seeking a volunteer or two to join our existing lost and found volunteer, with lost and found admin and management of our lost and found social media page on Facebook. This is a home based role in your own time.

Full training, support and expenses provided. 

Optional extra: You have the option to opt in to be a microchip scanning volunteer, if you wish. This can just be in your local area, or further depending on your preferences. For this, you would travel to the site of where a stray cat has been found (when the finder can't/won't take them to a vet themselves) to microchip scan them. You would be provided with a microchip scanner, and provided with mileage expenses to cover use of your own vehicle. You would require a full, clean driving license held for at least one year and access to your own vehicle for this extra role. 

What would I be doing? 

Responding to lost/found cat enquiries, through Facebook and email. 
Posting on social media in a professional manner
- Maintaining a record of reported lost/found cats, to try reunite lost pets
- Advising the public on how to look for an owner, and how to temporarily care for stray cats
- Staying organised, to follow up with stray cat enquiries in which no owner has been found, to provide appropriate advice (neutering support, rehoming advice etc) 
- Optional extra: Travel to the location of stray cats, to scan them for a microchip in efforts to reunite lost pets with their owners.

If interested, please email enquiries@northantrimandglens.cats.org.uk for a chat and a volunteer application form