Volunteering

Do something amazing with your free time and be there for the cats and kittens of Dereham Adoption Centre

Without volunteers, Dereham Adoption Centre Cats Protection simply wouldn't exist. Our wonderful volunteers are a diverse group with a shared love of cats who fit volunteering around their home lives and personal commitments. Whether minutes or months, days or decades, any time you kindly give to volunteering in Dereham will improve the lives of the cats and kittens in the local community. You can see our current vacancies below or search for an opportunity here.

Why should I volunteer at Dereham Adoption Centre?

You'll learn new skills and gain valuable experience, meet brilliant people and make a positive difference to cats and kittens in Dereham. Our volunteers love what they do and we're confident you will too.

Full support, guidance and role-specific training is provided, and we can reimburse out-of-pocket expenses. You can find out more about volunteering at Cats Protection here.

Volunteering vacancies at Dereham Adoption Centre

We will pop any opportunities that we have on here when they arise at the centre...

Cat Care Volunteer

Across Cats Protection our feline friends looking for new homes are cared for either at our adoption centres, by volunteer fosterers in their own homes or in purpose built pens in their gardens. Our cat care volunteers are part of a passionate team that look after and meet the needs of cats whilst they are in our care. This is an exciting role for cat lovers, as our cat care volunteers get to spend time directly with the cats when cleaning their pens, helping with feeding and when enriching their lives before they find their forever homes.


Closing date: 06 Feb 2022
Green fingers volunteer

Whilst we do everything we can to find new and loving homes for the cats in our care, it is a reality that our feline friends will have to spend some time in a rescue environment. Our green fingers volunteers use their passion for the outdoors to help make our Cats Protection sites welcoming and enjoyable places for cats, people and wildlife. Cats are more likely to be re-homed if they are content in their environment, and members of the public are more likely to visit their local Cats Protection site if it is an enjoyable place to be.


Closing date: 21 Feb 2022