What is Pet Community Center’s community cat program?
The community cat program spays and neuters outdoor cats. We also provides support to community members who care for community cats in their neighborhood to improve quality of life for the cats, help them become good neighbors, and humanely reduce overpopulation.
What will I do as Cat Recovery Building Attendant?
This position helps Community Cats (cats living outdoors and thriving) recovery fully before being returned to their outdoor homes. It is vital to their recovery that they have a maintained clean and sanitary space; pre and post op surgery. As a volunteer in the Recovery Building, you will care for community cats by providing food and water, cleaning litter boxes, and more.
Pet Community Center Volunteer Orientation and Community Cat training is required.
Please express interest in this opportunity to learn more or get signed up to start helping local community cats!
Time Commitment and Location of Work:
Cat Recovery Building is located at Pet Community Center in East Nashville.
Shifts generally last 30 minutes to an hour and are available seven days a week in either morning or evening shifts.
Must be comfortable handling/lifting traps with non-socialized cats.
Must be able to routinely lift up to 20 pounds, as well as being able to bend, stoop, walk, and kneel.
Organized and attention to detail
- Animal Care / Handling
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training