Candy's Cats, Inc.
The Intake Coordinator has responsibility to coordinate and facilitate the processing of all intake requests that Candy's Cats (CCI) receives. Candy's Cats receives numerous requests to intake stray and homeless cats. The requests come in either by phone, email, or online form submission. Folks are instructed to complete the intake form on the website so that all requests are found in one place.
The Intake Coordinator has responsibility for processing and maintaining the intake queue, and works closely with the Intake Committee that consists of the Adoption Coordinator and a Board Member responsible for making an intake decision. The Intake Coordinator has responsibility for communicating with the requester as to the status of their intake request. CCI provides extensive hands on training utilizing the intake form request, foster matrix and financial information at the time.
Please note that this is a volunteer opportunity for an adult but there is no age bracket available for this category. The time involved with this opportunity varies from day to day but does require checking in at least twice per day. Some days there will be no intake requests and other days there will be many so the time will vary, but it's not time intensive.
Please complete the Volunteer - General online form if you are interested. https://www.candyscats.org/forms/
About Candy's Cats, Inc.
307 W. Main Street, Apopka, FL 32712, US
Candy's Cats mission is simple; to save cats. The rescue focuses on stray cats; the ones who are least likely to be saved without our intervention.
Candy's Cat s Inc. (CCI) was founded and incorporated in 2005 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, no-kill cat rescue. Based in Apopka FL, CCI has volunteers and foster homes spread across 3 Central Florida counties. Since 2005 CCI has saved thousands of cats and has built a solid reputation in the community. The CCI team is passionate about saving cats. The rescue has active adoption programs with two pet stores, a fundraising program that finances the organization, and a TNR program that helps the feral cats in the community.