Do you love animals and want to make a positive impact at the same time? Join Billerica Cat Care Coalition. We have many opportunities available for you to use your talents including: social media, newsletter writing, marketing communications, video production, foster care, outreach, carpentry, and much more! We also serve seniors and folks with special needs so they can continue to keep their companion animals. WE ESPECIALLY NEED FOSTERS TO HELP FRIENDLY CATS AND KITTENS IN DANGER OF BEING KILLED ! Must be located close enough to our veterinarians in Billerica and Bedford, MA to access them for our foster felines.
While we are doing this, BCCC is helping to humanely reduce overpopulation by doing trap/neuter/return (TNR) for feral cats in a kind and loving manner, all no-kill.
Also, if you have a room with a separate entrance, washable walls and floor, a sink with hot and cold running water and good ventilation, we'd like to talk with you about temporary (48 hour) foster care for animals from kill shelters who will then be moved to foster homes until adopted !
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Billerica Cat Care Coalition
PO BOX 141, North Billerica, MA 01862, US
Billerica Cat Care Coalition is a no-kill cat and kitten rescue. Our mission is to provide education about and resources for feral cat caretakers, as well as resources for owned cats and kittens.
We provide free trap/neuter/return (TNR) spay and neuter services for feral cats. We also have a foster care and adoption program for abandoned cats and kittens. All of our felines are fostered in approved private homes. We utilize (and pay for) medical services at 4 vet clinics.
We educate the public on how to care for ferals and owned pets by giving seminars and other outreach tools, including social media and print publications.
We partner with a local low-cost spay neuter feline wagon for owned felines to provide affordable care.
We are active in our communities working with local businesses and other organizations, as well as connecting with national groups, such as the No Kill Advocacy and Alley Cat Allies.