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Volunteering

Greenwich Cats Protection operates with the dedication and devotion of all its volunteers.

If you love cats, have some spare time and want to be part of the team, there are a number of ways in which you can help including:

-Fostering - looking after a cat in our care at your home, all expenses paid
-Home visiting - review each prospective home to ensure the cats/kittens welfare
-Sales - help out at our store
-Transportation - if you have a full, clean driving license and can operate a van, we'd like to hear from you.

Sorry but we currently don't offer socialising - working with fosterers to help socialise the cats and kittens in care.

If you would like to get involved please call us on 020 8853 8666option 5 or complete the online form below.
Volunteer fosterer

Across Cats Protection there are thousands of cats and kittens needing temporary homes until they find their forever families. Many of our feline friends are cared for by volunteer fosterers in their homes or in purpose built pens in their gardens. Most of our volunteer fosterers care for one or two cats at a time, which makes a huge difference and gives these cats a second chance at a happy life. They provide vital hands on care and accommodation to stray, abandoned or injured cats and are part of a dedicated team of volunteers committed to finding new homes for cats in need. 


Closing date: 08 Mar 2018
Transport Volunteer

Our transport volunteers help our teams and volunteer groups move equipment, litter, food, money – and even cats! They have the vital role of connecting our network of volunteers, sites, vets and donors. Without them we wouldn’t be able to help the thousands of cats each year that rely on us as they enable our volunteer groups and teams to effectively help our feline friends. 


Closing date: 08 Mar 2018
Community Cat Champion Volunteer

At Cats Protection we strongly believe that neutering cats before they can breed is an essential part of cat ownership. Unfortunately some people have misconceptions about neutering, for example, that female cats should have one litter of kittens before being neutered. Our community cat champions play an important role in helping promote neutering in local communities. They build relationships with members of the public, encourage people to neuter their cats, dispel myths about neutering and ultimately help prevent unwanted cats in the future.


Closing date: 08 Mar 2018