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How do I go about becoming a Volunteer ?

There are many ways which you could help Swansea & District Cats Protection

  • Foster Cats or Kittens while they wait for their forever home

  • Home Visits

  • Driving - picking up and taking cats to vets

  • Help in the Charity Shops

  • Supply good quality Bric a Brac to the Charity Shops

  • Fund Raising

  • Assisting with Admin

  • Giving talks to schools

  • Trapping. Neutering and Returning (TNR) feral cats

Fosterer volunteer

Across the UK, many cats are cared for by volunteer fosterers who provide a stable, safe and loving environment in their homes or in purpose-built pens in their gardens. They provide vital hands-on care and accommodation to stray or abandoned cats or cats whose owners could sadly no longer keep them, and are part of a dedicated team of volunteers committed to finding new homes for cats in need. Our fosterers carry out this role with support from their local branch or centre. Most of our fosterers care for one or two cats at a time and enjoy providing lots of TLC to those cats, who have been pre-loved or have had a difficult start in life. Some of our fosterers look after new mums and kittens and provide round-the-clock care to newborns to give them the best start in life.

Closing date: 17 Jul 2022
Trap, Neuter and Return (TNR) Volunteer

Unfortunately thousands of cats each year are abandoned or have strayed and rely on charities like Cats Protection for help. Becoming a TNR volunteer is one way you can make a real difference to cats in your local area. Our TNR volunteers help reduce the number of feral cats by raising awareness of our TNR programmes, setting humane traps to safely capture cats, taking them to local vets to be neutered, and hopefully returning them back to their territory. Local TNR programmes are crucial, as feral and abandoned cats present a huge challenge for communities across the UK.

Closing date: 20 Jul 2022