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Cat Sanctuary Caregiver 1-3 days per week 2-3 hours

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ORGANIZATION: The Foundation For Homeless Cats

  • 62 people are interested

The Foundation for Homeless Cats Sanctuary is home for elderly/medical former street kitties. Our organization focuses on the stray and homeless cat population, utilizing TNR (Trap/Neuter/Return) to tackle overpopulation. Our kitties really have no one else. Most have been abandoned, neglected, traumatized, some abused. We take them in, heal them-medically, physically and emotionally and once ready they are listed for adoption or receive life long sanctuary.

Cat Caregivers ensure that the kitties' home is clean and safe, and that they have regular human interaction to help regain their trust in people.
Duties include:
lite vacuuming/mopping/dusting
Cleaning cats towers/bedding
Filling food and water
Brushing/petting and loving the kitties
Scooping litter boxes

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About The Foundation For Homeless Cats


2110 W Tonopah Dr, Phoenix, AZ 85027, US

Mission Statement

The Foundation for Homeless is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization whose sole purpose is to end the killing of cats and provide landowners with a low cost, long term, nonlethal cat management solution in Maricopa County, Arizona.


Our work is centered in Phoenix and the surrounding areas. We assist homeowner associations, apartment complexes, mobile home parks, businesses, government offices, or individuals with free roaming and stray cat populations to adopt a Cat Management Plan using Trap-Neuter-Return.




We'll work with your schedule.


Deer Valley Road and I-17 areaPhoenix, AZ 85027



  • Animal Care / Handling




  • Orientation or Training
  • 1-3 days per week, 2-3 hours Mornings starting at 7:30 am Evenings late afternoon
  • Must be minimum 18 year of age and able to bend, kneel and have own transportation

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