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Case Managers Needed for Town Cats!

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Town Cats

  • 71 people are interested
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Being a Case Manager would involve doing simple a follow-up to reach out to our newest adoption successes and furr-ever homes. Your job would be to reach out by email, phone, or text, and make sure the new family is having a smooth transition with their new kitty. This would sometimes involve giving advice for different hurdles and obstacles the new family may come across, such as socialization, litter box issues, etc. We will provide training and protocols so you'll feel well-prepared and equipped to answer any questions or lend a paw with concerns. A training manual is included so you have a reference on hand for any questions. Case Managers will be able to work from home, and would only require a 1-2 hour a week commitment. Perfect for those volunteers that have transportation issues, or would like to help as much as possible! For further information or questions regarding this position, please email Kym at volunteer@towncats.org!

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About Town Cats

Location:

PO Box 1828, Morgan Hill, CA 95038, US

Mission Statement

Town Cats is a non-profit volunteer-based no-kill cat and kitten adoption center/shelter and feral cat advocacy organization dedicated to enriching the lives of homeless cats and kittens in the south Santa Clara county through an aggressive rescue and adoption program, TNR (trap, neuter, return), and public education.

Description

Town Cats works to alleviate the suffering of stray, abandoned, unwanted, and feral cats in Santa Clara County. We sponsor innovative programs to help cats in traditional shelters in our county, as well as community cats who live outdoors. We educate the public about the cat overpopulation problem, and provide people with the tools to become part of the solution. Town Cats supports individuals who want to help through aggressive spay/neuter and cat care programs, and by providing vet care and cat food to low income cat guardians, fosters, or owners. We also find permanent, safe, and loving homes for the homeless house cats and kittens in our care.

Animals
Community
Crisis Support

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Networking
  • People Skills
  • Problem Solving
  • Animal Therapy
  • Relationship Building
  • Verbal / Written Communication

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 1-3 hours a week

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