We need your help!
We are a small branch, run entirely by volunteers, covering a large area and rely on the generosity of people like you to donate money and time to enable us to continue helping stray, unwanted and abandoned cats and kittens.Read about our Duke of Edinburgh volunteers.
Here's a video from Cats Protection about volunteering: We are looking for people to help us in the following volunteer roles: Fosterers
: to look after cats and kittens whilst they are awaiting to be adopted, Trap, Neuter, Return volunteers
: to help maintain the health and number of feral cat populations, Fundraising volunteers
: to help at events and with collections, Home visitors
: to check prospective homes and offer advice to new owners, Transport volunteers
: to transport cats, donations, equipment or anything else that need to be moved around the branch, Lost and found volunteers
: to help reunite lost cats with their owners,Publicity team leader:
to let everyone know what the branch is up to. For further details of the current vacancies please click on links above.
We are always on the lookout for people who love cats and want to join a group of like-minded individuals to help run our stand promoting Cats Protection. Can you give us a few hours now and again? We also sell, via our stand, cat-related items to help raise funds to allow us to continue working with needy cats in and around Milton Keynes.
Please email us on email@example.com
or call us on 01908 984799 for further information.
We and the cats thank you.
Our volunteer speakers have the important and exciting role of raising awareness of Cats Protection. They deliver pre-prepared talks, help spread messages around feline welfare and act as the voice of cats in their local communities. They also deliver talks to both adults and children in a variety of settings. Interacting with children is especially important, as they are the cat owners of the future, and by building their understanding and knowledge we can make the world a better place for cats.
Closing date: 15 Jun 2018