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Needed throughout Moray, from Tomintoul to Brodie to Buckie to this side of Keith and all areas between

CAT FOSTERERS indoors and outdoors - directly help cats and kittens in need; providing them with hands on care and working with others to rehome them, ultimately, providing them with a second chance of a happy and healthy life. 

What the role involves:
  • This key role ensures the needs of each cat being cared for are met appropriately, upholding minimum veterinary and cat care standards in accordance with Cats Protection’s policies and procedures. 
  • Providing temporary care and accommodation to stray, abandoned or injured cats in purpose built cat pen in your garden/outside space or in an adapted space room in your home
  • Cleaning of the cats environment and equipment, feeding and grooming
  • Spending time enriching the cats experience in care, including, play, exercise, stroking and allowing quiet and relaxation periods
  • Administering of medication such as flea and worm treatments
  • Working and communicating effectively with others including volunteers, vets, potential new owners and Moray Cats Protection volunteers
This role is now undertaken with full PPE provided and COVID 19 preparations in place. 

Fundraising Team Leader, we need someone with energy and ability to be able to lead a team of committed fundraisers/helpers to be able to organise and run fundraising events throughout Moray (with help of course!).  Providing support for online fundraising, at stands at various supermarkets, craft events, coffee mornings as well as events Moray Cats Protection develop from scratch.  You will have the opportunity to develop fundraising ideas, you will also get lots of questions about cat welfare and the work of cats protection:  Training will be provided re cat care and cats protection so you can answer the many questions.  Events held throughout Moray, transport or access to travel required - post lockdown of course. 

Scanning Volunteers - Buckie side of Moray 

Cat scanning will involve going out to scan a cat if it has been reported to us as stray.  One of the problems we have as a branch is that when people report stray cats to us, we don’t have a space to take them in.  We have to ask people to keep feeding cats until we have a space, but it is better if they are chipped that we get them back to their owner before we get them into care.

TNR Team Members - We are always also looking for new TNR team members - this for the trapping, neutering and returning of ferals to and from their colonies.  This is a flexible role but you would need to be available early morning for pick ups and to vets and then return late afternoon. This may only be a day or two a month. a car is essential for this role. 

If you wish further information about any of these roles please email us on enquiries@moray.cats.org.uk

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