Our kitten/cat rescue, started in July 2020, is in need of more volunteers. We have been able to adopt out over 460 kittens/cats so far, but will certainly need help continuing to do this going forward. We are in need of people who can foster kittens or adult cats (we'll teach you everything) as well as people who can take kittens to vet appointments or pick up incoming kittens from various small airports and other locations in the Denver and surrounding areas that are coming in from high kill shelters. We will teach you everything you need to know and we are a highly communicative group of people.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About COLORADO FELINE FOSTER RESCUE
5377 TIGER BEND LN, MORRISON, CO 80465, US
Colorado Feline Foster Rescue is an all volunteer, all foster-based 501(c)(3), whose mission is to find permanent homes for cats and kittens via a network of foster caregivers, and to provide foster education and training to the feline rescue community.
In July of 2020 three women saw a need for a foster-based feline rescue who would work with kittens and adult cats, sometimes those with medical issues that many rescues would not accept because of medical issues. Colorado Feline Foster Rescue was founded with 50 fosters who followed our president from her previous rescue, believing in our mission. Our goal is to provide foster care, and sometimes medical care, to help reduce the rate of euthanasia at our partner rescues, locally and, at times, from rescues out of state. Operating an all foster-based rescue allows us to act more quickly and run in a more flexible manner than shelter-based rescues that employ a staff. All of our expenses are directly related to the intake, care and adoption effort of the kittens and cats, as we have no "brick and mortar" overhead expenses. We are greatly supported by our vet of record as well as techs throughout the community.
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
March 31, 2021
Animal Care / Handling
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 21
Orientation or Training
The time commitment depends on what you are willing to do. Fostering kittens are a longer commitment takes longer than an afternoon of transportation, for example. If you do foster with us, we work that right around your schedule, not ours.