I'm updating the post again. Yes, we will work with your schedule but you must be able to commit to the days and times you are available and stick with them. You must be within reasonable driving distance. What Lifeline wants to here first and foremost is your motivation for volunteering rather than simply, "I want to volunteer."
Lifeline is looking for people ready to make a serious commitment as a regular volunteer. We need to try to build more regular shifts so the cats are around humans more. Please contact Karen for an application.
LifeLine is a small no-kill organization. We house approximately 30 cats and kittens. Many rescued cats are very shy. They need to have more exposure to humans to realize that they can trust and love again. They need to know they are safe at LifeLine until we can find them their perfect forever home.
The more cats are exposed to different people, learn that petting feels wonderful the better their chances of finding their home. Houskeeping duties are standard-scooping, feeding and watering. The more important part is socialization and play time.
- Animal Care / Handling
- Animal Therapy
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 4 hours per week or more if you have it
- Parents can become a volunteer and bring children if old enough