JOB DESCRIPTIONS FOLLOW THIS BRIEF HISTORY OF FRIENDS OF FERALS:
Northern Colorado Friends of Ferals (NCFF) has spayed, neutered and vaccinated more than 11,000 homeless cats in northern Colorado, preventing thousands of future felines from being euthanized in our shelters or struggling to survive outdoors.
Stray and feral cats are humanely trapped and transported to Fort Collins for surgery, treatment and recovery. These cats receive the same standard of care as any domestic, client-owned cat. We believe that they have been through enough in their lives already and deserve the best medical care we can give them! We ARE currently offering monthly clinics and accepting new volunteers. We have all necessary COVID-19 safeguards in place in order to protect the health and safety of our volunteers.
NCFF is seeking serious and committed volunteers to help before, during, or after each of our monthly spay/neuter clinics. We prefer volunteers who can make a commitment of six months to a year or longer.
Saturday, April 17: Trapping, Clinic Set-Up Sunday, April 18: Check-in, Trap Cleaning, Induction, Surgery Prep, Anesthesia, Recovery, Med Tech Monday, April 19: Transporting Cats, Clinic Cleaning, Trap Cleaning
For clinic positions, prior veterinary knowledge/experience is helpful, but not required. We will train you.
Northern Colorado Friends of Ferals is committed to bettering the lives of community cats and reducing euthanasia in our shelters through our Trap, Neuter and Return (TNR) program, finding homes for kittens, and treating cats with medical needs.
Northern Colorado Friends of Ferals was founded in February 2009 by Leslie Vogt and Jan Link. As of March 2015, the organization has altered 5000 cats, found homes for 524 cats and kittens and barn homes for over 200 cats in need of relocation. All this has been done with volunteers. Our aim is to serve rural and low economic areas with few resources and many cats.
Sun May 30, 2021
08:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Spay Neuter Clinic516 N. Link LaneFort Collins, CO80524
April 26, 2021
Animal Care / Handling
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
Six full days over the course of twelve months. Sunday clinic volunteers must commit to helping all day - includes breaking down tables, disinfecting, and putting supplies away.
Must be reliable, dependable, and compassionate. volunteer training required to work directly w/the animals. Combination of video and on-the-job.