8 people are interested
Help bunnies at Reber Ranch * Monday mornings (RASKC/ in Kent)
ORGANIZATION: Regional Animal Services of King County/ RASKC
Please visit the new page to apply.
8 people are interested
RASKC offers opportunities to help RASKC rabbits who temporarily reside at Reber Ranch, as they await adoption.
The work involves rabbit care and customer service.
Regular once-a-week shifts in the morning (time flexible) last about an hour.
Training provided, but volunteers experienced with rabbits are greatly preferred.
Parent-youth teams are welcome if the youth is at least nine years old.
Not eligible for court-ordered community service.
1. Complete an initial application: www.tinyurl.com/RASKC-Vol-Apply
2. If you are an adult, complete a liability waiver: https://tinyurl.com/DocuSign4RASKC
We hope to be working with you!
About Regional Animal Services of King County/ RASKC
21615 64th Ave S, Kent, WA 98032, US
To provide King County with sustainable, cost-effective animal services, which protect people and animals, while providing compassionate animal care. Our organization is built on the cornerstone values of compassion and service. We demonstrate this commitment in the countless hours spent by staff and our RASKC volunteers to save animals' lives at the shelter and in the field. By collaborating with community partners, we are able to expand our programs and resources to provide even greater value to our residents.
RASKC is an agency of the King County government, based in Kent, WA with volunteer satellite locations at Kirkland Petco, Covington Petco, Tukwila Petco, and Reber Ranch (Kent), in addition to hundreds of foster volunteers' homes. Outstanding teamwork between staff and volunteers is the key to our success. RASKC cares for about 5,000 animals each year. We are an open-admission shelter with a save rate that exceeds 92%!
Last year more than 770 volunteers participated in over a dozen teams, including foster volunteers, dog walkers, dog-enrichment volunteers, Dog Kennel Specialists, Pet Publicists, community-outreach volunteers, Shelter Helpers, Vet Clinic volunteers, Cat Meet & Greet volunteers, the Early Morning Cat Crew, the Cat Area Stray Team (CAST), the barn-cat program,and the cat-care teams at four partner stores. In any given two week-period, RASKC volunteers help out on more than 400 scheduled timeslots in any given week.
21615 64th Ave SKent, WA 98032
February 15, 2024
- Animal Care / Handling
- Must be at least 9
- Orientation or Training
- About one hour a week
- If under 16 years old, then accompanied by parent