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Welcome to Cats Protection Volunteering page for Downham Market Adoption Centre

As a charity, we rely on the generosity and kindness of the public to enable us to go on caring for cats and kittens across Norfolk and the wider UK. Our work never stops, so your support, in whatever form and whatever amount of time you are able to give it, is vital to us.

We have a range of volunteer roles at Cats Protection, which you may be interested in.

If you are interested in any, please click on it and complete the form. We will respond as soon as we are able. Alternatively email us on norfolk.volunteering@cats.org.uk.

 If there are no roles showing, then we may not be recruiting at this time..



Please note - we are a rural centre in a remote location, so whilst a car is recommended to be able to get to the centre, please do think about how you might get to us if you are thinking of volunteering.

 
Current opportunities:

Our Supawstore at Tottenhill is looking for shop assistant volunteers

The Adoption Centre is looking for Green Fingered Gardening volunteers

please see the applications below....




Thank you for considering volunteering with Cats Protection.

 

Shop Assistant Volunteer

Our Cats Protection shops play a key part in raising the funds needed to help thousands of cats and kittens each year. Our shop assistant volunteers help with all aspects of the day to day running of one of our fantastic shops. They serve customers, help with stock rotation, create displays - and everything in between! They are part of a passionate retail team that make sure our shops are enjoyable places for customers to visit, leading to repeat custom and vital funds being raised to help our feline friends in need.


Closing date: 25 Apr 2019
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 rehomed 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: 03 May 2019