Feline Rescue volunteers visit Chuck and Don’s Pet Food Stores and conduct Cat Claw Clipping Clinics on a monthly basis. Volunteers will trim the nails of cats who come into the store and will solicit donations for the trimming process. Volunteers will also answer questions about Feline Rescue and educate on claw clipping techniques upon request. A commitment of 1 1/2 hour - 2-hour shift held once per month is required.
Currently, there is a need for 1 - 2 volunteers at the established Cat Claw Clipping Clinic Chuck & Don's Woodbury location.
A number of cats are brought regularly to this clinic and their owners rely on this service.
If you are comfortable with and have experience clipping cats' nails, this may be the opportunity for you!
Our mission is to provide safe shelter, veterinary care, and socialization for stray, abandoned or abused cats until good permanent homes can be found for them. Our mission does not enable us to accept owner surrendered animals. Feline Rescue improves the Twin Cities community through education, spay/neuter programs and outreach activities that help all people responsibly enjoy the companionship of cats.
Feline Rescue, Inc. is a Minnesota based no-kill companion cat rescue organization. Our founders established Feline Rescue in 1997 in Minneapolis, MN as a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. We are an all volunteer organization, with no paid staff. We are funded exclusively through donations and grants. We receive no municipal, state, or federal funding.
Our mission is to provide safe shelter, veterinary care, and socialization for stray, abandoned or abused cats until good permanent homes can be found for them. Our mission does not enable us to accept owner surrendered animals.
We provide rescue and relief to the homeless and endangered cats in our community through programs that offer shelter, foster, social and medical rehabilitation, feral cat colony management, spay/neuter subsidy, and community education.
We'll work with your schedule.
265 Radio Dr Suite GWoodbury, MN55125
October 3, 2019
Animal Care / Handling
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
1 1/2 - 2 hours once a month
Comfortable handling cats and interacting with the public