Rabbit cage cleaner and socializer - Mondays 8am; Tuesdays 8am; Wednesdays 8am, Fridays 8am
3 people are interested
Rabbit cage cleaners, clean cages, give new hay, freshen water and feed pellets and greens to rabbits on a weekly basis. Rabbit volunteers also set up pens and allow rabbits to have exercise time out of their cage. This role is essential to providing quality care to shelter rabbits while they await adoption. Rabbit cage cleaners are part of an amazing team of animal-loving volunteers who play an essential role in the day to day operations of the shelter. Rabbit handling experience is required for this role.
Come join our team and get satisfaction by knowing you've helped homeless animals in need.
Anyone interested in filling this volunteer role will need to attend a volunteer orientation and go through all necessary training. More information can be found on the DuPage County Animal Services Website https://www.dupageco.org/AnimalServices/10334/
About DuPage County Animal Care and Control
120 N. County Farm Rd, Wheaton, IL 60187, US
DuPage County Animal Care & Control is a self-supporting (non taxpayer funded) county department designed to: •Prevent and control rabies through bite investigation and rabies registration •Enforce state and county animal control and welfare laws •Operate a shelter for stray and owner-relinquished non-native animals •Adopt animals to responsible homes •Euthanize unwanted animals not suitable for adoption •Promote responsible pet-ownership and animal welfare through counseling and law enforcement •Rescue animals that are lost, diseased, injured, or in peril •Provide public education programs for adults and children.
DuPage County Animal Care and Control is an open-admission animal shelter. We work to find placement for dogs, cats, rabbits and many other domestic animals. Volunteers play a vital role in helping to care for and socialize the animals in our care.
We'll work with your schedule.
120 N County Farm Rd.Wheaton, IL 60187
- Animal Care / Handling
- Must be at least 18
- Weekly time commitment of approximately 2 hours.
- Rabbit handling experience is helpful. Should be able to bend down to clean cages.