WE ARE 100% VOLUNTEER RUN
Volunteers are crucial to our mission here. If you're unable to adopt or donate, volunteering is an amazing way to support us! Our volunteer needs are everchanging, but some of our most common needs are below.
Occasionally we need help reviewing adoption applications. This is a remote opportunity that takes little effort! It requires making phone calls, following a prompt, and documenting conversations. It can be done sporadically between other commitments.
If you are interested in helping us review applications, please contact us with a brief personal summary, why you are interested in helping, and how much time you are able to dedicate weekly.
We are always seeking assistance with fundraising efforts, especially in regard to in-person fundraisers, local events, grant writing, and corporate relations. This is a remote opportunity and we are seeking an experienced fundraising coordinator.
If you are interested in helping us fundraise, please contact us with a brief personal summary, experience, why you are interested in helping, and how much time you are able to dedicate monthly.
When it comes to foster homes, our priority is matching the right cat with the right temporary family.
We have cats of all needs, so we are open to many types of fosters including: medical, behavioral, pregnant mothers, kittens, hospice, and short or long-term.
Please find our foster application here.
Foster homes are reviewed on an as-needed basis, meaning your application may not be reviewed in a timely fashion. Fosters must live within a 1hr drive of Exeter, NH.
Our range for humane trapping services is fairly extensive (Rockingham, Strafford, and York Counties, as well as Eastern Hillsborough and Merrimack Counties), so help is always appreciated. Duties may include baiting traps, on-call trap collection for when a cat has been captured, and release of wildlife that may be caught accidentally. All supplies are provided.
If you are interested in helping with TNR, please contact us with a brief personal summary, why you are interested in helping, what hours you may be able to be on call, and how much time you are able to dedicate weekly.
While most of our cats are local, occasionally we do rescue cats from Southern states and New York City. Volunteers to drive whole routes or partial legs are always welcome!
If you are interested in participating in kitty caravans, please contact us with a brief personal summary, why you are interested in helping, and proof of drivers license and insurance.