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RAPS Adoption Centre

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ORGANIZATION: RAPS Regional Animal Protection Society

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RAPS Adoption Centre - Cleaner 3380 No. 6 Road. (Volunteers 12 - 15 years of age can volunteer with a guardian. 16 - 18-year-olds can volunteer with parental consent. 19 + to volunteer as an adult).

The Adoption Centre temporarily cares for adoptable cats & kittens until they find their loving, forever home.

The role is primarily cleaning in nature, but you will definitely get some animal-loving in during your time at the Adoption Centre.

Morning Shift - 9 / 10 am start for 1.5 hours:

  • Full cleaning cages
  • Litter scooping
  • Refreshing Waters
  • Washing Dishes
  • Laundry
  • Taking out garbage and recycling
  • Sweeping & Mopping

Evening Shift - 3 / 4 pm start for 1.5 hours:

  • Litter scooping in cages and communal boxes / removing & wiping clean any messes in the cages / removing any soiled bedding and replacing with clean
  • Food dish washing
  • Laundry
  • Taking out garbage and recycling
  • Sweeping and mopping
  • Extra duties as instructed by Animal Care Attendant

1 Shift

  • 09:00 AM to 11:30 AM
    There are morning and afternoon shifts available. 9 or 10 am start or 3 or 4 pm start. Shifts are generally 1.5 hours in length.
  • NONE OF THESE TIMES WORK FOR ME, BUT I CAN STILL HELP
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About RAPS Regional Animal Protection Society

Location:

Suite 201 - 13340 Smallwood Place, Richmond, BC V6V 1W8, CA

Mission Statement

The Regional Animal Protection Society is a registered charity that operates the RAPS Cat Sanctuary, the RAPS Adoption & Education Centre, a fostering network, social enterprise thrift stores and the full-service RAPS Animal Hospital. RAPS is proud to be a no-kill organization, which is among the reasons we have built a strong and devoted community of animal-loving allies.

Description

The Regional Animal Protection Society, a 27-year-old no-kill, animal-serving organization based in Richmond, BC, operates the RAPS Cat Sanctuary, the RAPS Adoption and Education Centre, the not-for-profit RAPS Animal Hospital and two RAPS Thrift Stores.

The RAPS Cat Sanctuary provides a forever home to over 370 + "unadoptable" cats. We are the largest of it's kind in North America. Cats at the RAPS Cat Sanctuary are feral, semi-feral, FeLV positive, FIV positive, incontinent and have a host of other physical & social challenges. They are cared for and loved by a small staff and over 125 volunteers.

The RAPS Adoption & Education Centre finds loving, forever homes for adoptable cats & kittens. Volunteer fosterers care for mama cats and their kittens or orphaned kittens in their homes until they are old enough to return to the Adoption Centre to become adoption ready.

The RAPS Animal Hospital provides medical care for our own RAPS' animals and also operates as a regular functioning animal hospital to the public. We provide discounted and pro-bono services on a case-by-case basis for people who cannot afford care for their pets.

The RAPS Thrift Stores sell gently used and brand new merchandise to help RAPS run it's pet and people serving programs.

RAPS runs a community pet food bank, has relationships with many low-income people-serving agencies and other rescues and shelters. RAPS does outreach visits to school clubs, social & community groups.

CAUSE AREAS

Animals
Community
Animals, Community

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.
This opportunity has 1 shift

WHERE

3380 No. 6 RoadRichmondRichmond, Canada

(49.18857,-123.06614)
 

SKILLS

  • Animal Care / Handling

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 12
  • Orientation or Training
  • RAPS Adoption Centre volunteers commit to one shift per week (some volunteers commit to more than one shift per week). Both morning and evening shifts are usually 1.5 - 2 hours in length - it depends on how many cats & kittens we have at the centre.
  • Experience with cats and a good comfort level for working alongside cats with different personalities. Dependable, hard-working and not afraid to get dirty.

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