Cats Protection (Dundee)
Charity registered in Scotland
Cats Protection has three clear objectives: To rescue stray and unwanted cats and kittens; Rehabilitate and rehome them where possible; To encourage the neutering of all cats and kittens not required for breeding; To inform the public on the care of cats and kittens.
This is a great opportunity for a friendly and outgoing person to support the work of Cats Protection by helping out at one of our charity shops. Volunteers will be asked to help with all aspects of running a small business. The role includes setting out the shop, arranging the stock, window dressing, dealing with the customers, sorting out new stock, and pricing. This role would suit anyone with or without previous retail experience. The shops are run and organised by volunteers and we would welcome your support.
This is a great opportunity for cat lovers. The cats that come into the Dundee Adoption Centre need looking after 365 days a year, come rain or shine. The routine for cattery staff is feeding the cats; cleaning their pens and litter trays; contact with the cats including grooming and socialising to make them feel wanted and relaxed; welcoming new cats and preparing them for trips to the vets and meeting potential new owners. Volunteers in the cattery can choose mornings or afternoons, any day/s of the week to suit them (including weekends) - morning shift starts 9am to11.30am or afternoon shift starts from 2pm to 4pm. We encourage volunteers to start with a small amount of time and increase when happy they can do more.