Trap Neuter Return (TNR) Volunteer
ORGANIZATION: Longmont Friends of Feral & Abandoned Cats
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Longmont Friends of Feral & Abandoned Cats (LFFAC) provides a Trap, Neuter, Return (TNR) program to Longmont and surrounding communities. This program reduces the number of community (feral) cat colonies in a humane way, allowing existing cats to live their natural lives, while reducing feral cat populations over time.
We are seeking animal-loving volunteers to trap and transport feral cats. Trapping involves transporting the traps to the trapping location, ensuring a safe setup and monitoring of the traps while in use, and transporting trapped cats to their overnight holding location, all while ensuring their safety in the process. Cats remain in the traps.
The Trapping Coordinator determines the schedule and location of trapping activity. Volunteers are required to have a valid driver’s license, a reliable insured vehicle, a good driving record, the ability to lift 20 lbs., able to work with and communicate effectively with people and have a high level of schedule integrity and reliability. Training is provided.
Volunteers are needed; we are receiving requests for TNR assistance weekly. If you have an interest in compassionate and rewarding work for the benefit of animals and people, this job may be the right the right match for you.
If interested, please visit our website www.longmontfriendsofcats.org and complete a LFFAC volunteer application. Questions? Please call 303-257-3706.
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About Longmont Friends of Feral & Abandoned Cats
PO Box 2205, Longmont, CO 80502, US
To improve the lives of community cats and the people who care for them in Longmont and the surrounding area through our comprehensive programs: TNR, Colony Management, Cat Socialization, Foster, Adoption, and Education.
Longmont Friends of Feral & Abandoned Cats provides TNR (trap, neuter, and return) and medical care when needed for feral cat colonies in Longmont and the surrounding area. Our shelter is used to socialize under-socialized cats and kittens that are displaced, need to be removed from a colony, transferred to us from other shelters, or relinquished to us from the public. After socialization is complete, cats are adopted to the public.
PO Box 2205Longmont, CO 80502
March 16, 2023
- Animal Care / Handling
- Driver's License Needed
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- Flexible Approx. 3 hours a month
- Trapping locations may be located in Boulder, Weld, Larimer county.