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Kitten Adoption Coordinator

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LITTLE ORPHANS KITTEN RESCUE

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See the joy on a family's face when they pick out the kitten they will love for the rest of its life! Become an adoptions coordinator for Little Orphans Kitten Rescue. Much of the job entails speaking with prospective adopters and checking references. Once you clear a family to adopt, you have the opportunity to be there when they pick up their kitten and take it home!

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About LITTLE ORPHANS KITTEN RESCUE

Location:

401 LOCHINVAR PL, LOUISVILLE, KY 40243, US

Mission Statement

"Saving Tiny Lives" Our mission is to care for orphaned kittens under six weeks of age and find permanent placement for them with highly qualified families.

Description

Little Orphans Kitten Rescue (LOKR) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization founded in 2011 to provide care for orphaned neonatal kittens or "bottle babies" (typically under 6 weeks old). Motherless nursing kittens are typically euthanized by shelters and not accepted by other rescues because they require constant around-the-clock care, just like a human infant. Through our "Shelter Kitten" program LOKR supports and encourages Cincinnati area shelters in their efforts to go "no kill" by caring for the babies they receive on condition that the shelter accept the return of them when weaned and agree to adopt and not euthanize them.

Animals

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Animal Care / Handling

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • During kitten season, up to 4 hours each week.
  • Must be good at communicating with the public.

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