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Could you be our treasurer or help to promote neutering?

 IF you love cats and have some spare time or want to help, please consider volunteering for one of these roles.

1. Treasurer: do you have accounting or bookkeeping experience? Our treasurer is stepping down and we need a new volunteer to take up the reins. Perhaps you are retired with the relevant experience, leaving you with time on your hands and the wish for a new direction. Or maybe you work from home or part-time and could spare the time to help us. We would need references as this is a vital role in our branch.

2. Promote neutering: we need someone to put up small posters in community centres, libraries, noticeboards, shops etc - anywhere where people will see them. This vital role will help us reach as many owners as possible to help cut the number of unwanted kittens and is flexible as it can be done whenever you have free time.

3. Fosterer: please see full details below.

4. Trapping: do you have experience with catching strays or other cats who need our help or to be scanned for a micro-chip? You would need to drive and be flexible. To find out more, please call into our shop at 14 Tudor Parade, Well Hall Road, Eltham, London SE9 6SX or speak to Jacqui there on 020 8859 6009.

If any of these appeal, please text or call Clare on 07500 506395 or email coordinator@eltham.cats.org.uk

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