Feral Officer


About the Role

Our Feral Officers will go look after feral colonies, safely trapping feral cats and taking them to be neutered, before safely returning them to their territory. The role also involves 

Reducing the number of feral and abandoned cats is a huge challange across the UK, so the role is a critical part of Cat Welfare, ensuring the cats living on the streets are not breeding, and are healthy. 

Feral Officer work may involve liasing with members of the public to manage colonies, promote neutering and assist in caring for their local feral colonies.

What are the benefits to you and the cats?

The role involves a lot of outdoor work, so a lot of training will be provided.

The Feral Officer role is a vital and rewarding role that significantly lowers the number of cats living life out on the steets, and prevents the number of cats breeding.  

We’re looking for someone with

  • A passion for cats and their welfare
  • Interpersonal and communication skills 
  • Patience and the ability to deal with sensitive situations
  • A valid driving licence and their own transport (Fuel will be reclaimed)  

Time expectations 

Time expectations are variable depending on the amount of call outs we receive. 
We are looking for multiple Feral Officers who can work alongside eachother, or in their own area to help lighten the load per person.


If you would like to find out more about this role, please contact via:
Email: enquiries@corby.cats.org.uk
Telephone: 0345 260 2390