Calling All Catscues, Inc. Farm Sanctuary was made possible by the funds that were donated b y an extremely generous and commited supporter in January 2015. The sanctuary is located in Ocean County, NJ. For the safety of the cats/kittens the address is not shared on social media. Once a volunteer has applied & interviewed they will be offered an opportunity to visit/tour facilities. The sanctuaary is home to feral, semi-feral, behavioral, medical and otherwise unadoptable cats/kittens. These cats/kittens would have surely met a devastating fate without our intervention and care.
All our cats are vaccinated, spay or neutered and microchipped. The grounds are treated for fleas and ticks. As you can imagine the daily operations, maintance and care of cats/kittens of the sanctuary requires dedicated volunteers. The calls and pleas for help are constant. We are limited to the lives we can help based on the funds available, our volunteer staff and adequate facilites/housing for the cats/kittens of the sanctuary. It is only through ample volunteer staffing, community support and donations that we are and will continue to be to support the feral, semi-feral and otherwise unadoptable cats/kittens of Ocean & Monmouth Counties!
At our sanctuary, the cats/kittens receive daily food/water by dedicated volunteers. Some of the more sociable cats/kittens and the medically needy cats/kittens are housed in our heated/air conditioned enclosure that is completely surrounded by "cat fencing" that allows the cats/kittens the freedom to come and go at will but the safety of a contained area. Within this area they are under the care of our dedicated volunteers and can be assessed should medical issues arise and treatment needed. Volunteer duties include daily food, clean water, clean and laundry bedding, adminster medication as necessary, clean floors, interact and socialize with cats.
Also housed on the sanctuary are "free roaming" cats that for one reason or another needed to be reloacted from their original location, usually either loss of primary care giver or their safety was in emmiment danger. Relocated recently to the sanctuary this year was approximately 60 cats from the Seaside Heights Boardwalk after they were evicted due to the passage of new town ordinance bringing deadly consequences if relocation did not take place.
If interested please complete our online volunteer application and a sanctuary representative will contact you to discuss volunteer opportunities that best suit our needs and your availability: ww04.elbowspace.com/secure/20160321074402496632
- Animal Care / Handling
- Animal Therapy
- Environmental Education
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- Approximately 3 hours per shift.