Charity registered in Scotland
An animal charity that helps to rehome unwanted or abandoned cats. It also promotes education projects about responsible cat ownwership.
Outreach volunteers are volunteers involved in transporting cats to various locations. Duties can involve trapping and releasing feral cats, taking cats/ supplies to new home or generally being out and about sometimes at short notice. Volunteers must be mobile/fit enough to access rural areas, scrubland etc. Driving license preferred as locating and trapping feral cats usually involves going to rural or derelict areas.
The ideal candidate would be someone who has had management and IT experience. A special person, who can work with the public and volunteers. Have experience with IT. This may suit someone who has recently retired, made redundant,
or already in that position and would be able to spare a few hours a week. They could come from any part of the Caithness county. Driving licence preferable, but for the right candidate we would consider.
Volunteer drivers required to help Caithness Cats protection release or deliver rescued cats. for example volunteers might be required to talk cats to the vets, deliver food or release feral cats again once they have been neutered. etc. Volunteers will have use of Cat protection van or if using their own vehicle travel expenses of 45p per mile given.
Could you offer to help fundraise for unwanted and abandoned cats in Caithness? volunteers can help at stalls, collect money cans or offer in any creative way to raise funding for vets bills etc. This charity relies solely on donations and fundraising.