Volunteering



EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY SADLY WITH NEW GUIDELINES WE ARE HAVING TO TEMPORARY STOP ANY NEW VOLUNTEER RECRUITMENT this applies to all roles, so we at the branch can focus on the welfare of the cats in our care and the safety of the volunteers we already have volunteering at the branch.
If you have already applied we will be in contact later in the year when things get back to normal.
For those of you still wishing to volunteer we of course we will keep you all updated when the roles do
re-open.

There are many ways in which you could become actively involved in helping local cats to live a better life.

Cats Protection welcomes volunteers with open arms, whether you are young or old, male or female, there's a place for
you with us.  Volunteering is the most worthwhile thing you can ever do. It gives a real sense of achievement, allows the
development of new skills and the social possibilities are endless!

If you can volunteer for up to three hours a week in your spare time, then this will make all the difference to how much
we can achieve, and help more needy cats to get a second chance of happiness.

Volunteers should live in any of the following post code areas NR30- NR35.

If you are interested in doing any volunteering work for our branch then please email us at volunteering@angliacoastal.cats.org.uk 
(we aim to reply within 48 hours) and tell us about yourself and what you would like to get involved with. The more
information you give us the better, as it will allow us to suggest roles that match your skills and background.

Current volunteering roles within the branch are as follows...
Fosterer Volunteer

Across the UK many of our feline friends 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, 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. Most of our fosterers care for one or two cats at a time and enjoy providing lots of TLC to those cats which 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 new-borns with tummies to fill and lots to learn. No matter what type of cats they have in care our fosterers provide the best start to the next stage of their lives. 


Closing date: 07 Apr 2020
Branch Coordinator Volunteer

At Cats Protection we help thousands of cats and kittens each year thanks to our dedicated and passionate volunteer groups. We have over 250 branches across the UK, all of which help our feline friends in different ways. Branches take in stray and abandoned cats and ensure they receive the veterinary care and attention they deserve, help raise funds, promote neutering and help spread cat welfare messages. Our volunteer co-ordinators lead their local team by supporting and managing volunteers within their group, maintaining communications with both volunteers and staff, and helping promote a positive and professional image of Cats Protection.


Closing date: 10 Apr 2020