Volunteer

Volunteers are the backbone of any rescue program. Without volunteers, a rescue will not succeed. Whether it is
an hour, a month, or several hours a day you can donate, there is a job waiting for you.

Fostering:

We are always looking for responsible, loving homes that can take in a cat or dog for a period of time.  These animals need tender loving care while you help them prepare for a forever home. If you are interested, apply via web or mail/email PDF.


Transporters:

This means taking animals to the vet, from shelters, from the foster home to adoption events,
transporting food, etc. Kennels and leashes provided as well as blankets or towels to protect your vehicle.


Helping Hands: 

We would love to bring all of our available animals to adoption events, but often can't due
to lack of hands. If you can hold a leash or an animal, we would love to see you there.


Events:

We plan and organize events throughout the year to raise money for our animals.  We always need people to help plan and prepare these events so they are successful.


Donation Collectors:

Collect new or used items for our animals (newspapers, blankets or towels, stuffed
toys, treats) and contact us to pick them up. A great activity for kids and a wonderful way to recycle used items!


Donation Collectors:

Collect new or used items for our animals (newspapers, blankets or towels, stuffed
toys, treats) and contact us to pick them up. A great activity for kids and a wonderful way to recycle used items!


We always need help with general cleaning of crates, laundry and organizing supplies, paperwork, preparing foster and adoption packets, etc.

Cleaning and Organizing Supplies:


Do you have experience with photography, dog behavior/training, grooming, web design skills, vet tech training, or other specialized skills? If so, we always need additional help in these areas.

Specialized Skills: 


Sometimes we take in animals that need extensive medical care. This can really drain a rescue.  When you donate money to our rescue 100% of it goes directly back into our animals.

Donations: