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KC Pet Project

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KC Pet Project, the largest no-kill shelter in the Kansas City area, have cats in our care who are needing some love!

We need cat-loving volunteers who want to care for adoptable cats housed at our Main Shelter location. This includes snuggling, playing, daily care, and much more! We offer highly flexible schedule opportunities, and the best part of all: you'll be contributing to saving the lives of over 10,000+ animals in our community every year!

Please contact the Volunteer Program Manager, Alyssa Willett, if you have further questions about this opportunity! You can also visit our website at www.kcpetproject.org/volunteer to begin our Volunteer On-boarding process!

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About KC Pet Project

Location:

4400 Raytown Road, Kansas City, MO 64129, US

Mission Statement

The Mission of KC Pet Project is to end the killing of healthy and treatable pets in Kansas City, Missouri by using the most progressive and lifesaving programs and promoting effective animal control policies.

Description

The purpose of the Kansas City Pet Project is to facilitate the placement of homeless pets into suitable homes; to establish and maintain an animal shelter for Kansas City, MO; to maintain associated procedures which promote: the health and welfare of pets in our care, prevention of unplanned litters, pet retention and reunification of lost pets to their owners; to increase public safety by addressing issues related to irresponsible pet owners and dangerous animals. We are keenly focused on optimal lifesaving and creating a No Kill Community in the Kansas City Metro.

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

11620 W 95th StreetOverland ParkOverland Park, KS 66214

(38.95973,-94.7208)
 

SKILLS

  • Animal Care / Handling

GOOD FOR

  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Orientation or Training
  • Volunteers are asked to complete 4 hours a month for the first three months as a new volunteer. Once the 3 month introductory period has ended, volunteers are able to complete hours as their schedule allows.
  • Volunteers must be at least 16 years old to volunteer independently within the shelter. Volunteers 15 years old and younger must have a parent/legal guardian present with them during all volunteer opportunities, and the ratio must always be 1:1.

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