Cats Protection

Cats Protections vision is a world where all cats are treated with kindness and understanding of its needs. Our objectives are to help cats by 1.Homing: finding good homes for cats in need 2.Neutering: supporting and encouraging the neutering of cats 3. Education: improving people’s understanding of cats in their care.

Current opportunities

Our Cat Adoption Team Leaders support cat homing and as part of this they may lead a team of volunteer home visitors who collectively play an important part in matching our feline friends with their new families. Our Cat Adoption Team Leaders support their team of volunteers in all aspects of their roles, making sure our volunteers are happy, confident and supported. As a Cat Adoption Team Leader, you can expect to be:- • Acting as the main point of contact within the branch for cat adoption enquiries via email / telephone and social media • Supporting the adoption process through either adoption questionnaires or a small team of home visitors • Liaising closely with other branch volunteers to ensure information on cats being helped is correct and up to date • Following up on any post-adoption queries • Play an active part in the branch committee, being part of the branch team leading on cat adoption information and updates • Collaborating with the Cat Welfare Team Leader to ensure the highest standards of cat care are applied in line with Cats Protection policy and procedures

Most of our volunteer fosterers care for one or two cats at a time, which makes a huge difference and gives these cats a second chance at a happy life. They provide vital hands on care and accommodation to stray, abandoned or injured cats and are part of a dedicated team of volunteers committed to finding new homes for cats in need. As a cat fosterer you can expect to be:- ● Meeting the needs of the cats in your care ● Maintaining minimum veterinary and cat care standards ● Cleaning and looking after the cats environment and equipment ● Feeding, grooming and administering medication (such as flea and worm treatments) ● Spending time enriching the cats experience in care including; play, exercise and stroking