We are all volunteers at Nose 2 Tail Cat Rescue! We literally wouldn't exist without our dedicated group of people who make a tremendous difference in the lives of the cats and kittens who come through our doors.
Starting in July 2021, we are ready to welcome new regular adult volunteers (21+) to our volunteer group!
How it Works
We do not have regular hours, we are by appointment only and we do not allow drop-ins as we are not a staffed rescue, again we are all volunteers!
We have regular volunteers who come to our building every morning and evening. The hours vary by day as we like to work around the schedules of our volunteer's lives.
Regular volunteers are responsible for EVERYTHING - cleaning, scooping boxes, feeding, giving medication, playing/cuddling with the cats, etc. We all do our part to keep our cats healthy and happy and keep our facility clean!
New volunteers will be paired with a current volunteer for training. After a few shifts and if new volunteers feel comfortable, they will be added to the regular schedule, which we typically plan weekly in a private Facebook group.
Want to make it a Family Affair?
We love when the whole family gets involved! We do ask that parents are trained FIRST before children are brought to the rescue. At this time children must be at least 10 years old, respectful and follow our house rules.
At this time we are not allowing required high school or court-ordered community service. We will be revisiting this volunteer option in the future!
You can help our kitties in other ways by sharing social media posts, telling your friends/family about us, raising money, organizing a donation drive, offering to fundraise through your business, or donating!
Interested in Volunteering?
Please email us and include the following:
Are you on Facebook? (This is our main way of communicating with fellow volunteers!)
Do you have children who would be interested in joining you eventually? Their ages?
Do you have experience with cats?
What days of the week are you available? Weekends?
Are mornings or evenings better for you?
Would you be able to commit to at least one two-hour shift a week?
Are you comfortable giving medication to a cat if you were trained?
Do you have any restrictions on lifting or bending over?
Anything else you would like us to know?
Thank you for your interest in joining the Nose 2 Tail Cat Rescue family!