Stourbridge charity shop seeking cat-loving volunteers

The Stourbridge branch of Cats Protection is searching for volunteers to help raise vital funds to support cats and kittens in the surrounding areas.

Shop volunteers have a vital role to play, acting as a public face for the charity. From window dressing and visual merchandising to stock transporting and providing customer service, there are plenty of roles available for anyone looking to gain new skills, meet new people and help cats in the process.

The shop, at 27 Lower High Street, supports the work of the Stourbridge, Dudley & Wyre Forest Branch of Cats Protection, which gives homeless cats and kittens a second chance by finding them loving homes; as well as providing support for cat owners through subsided neutering and microchipping. Shop Manager Tessa Worthington said:

“We are keen to attract cat-loving volunteers to join a shop team where there is always lots to do and no two days are ever the same. We're looking for friendly and enthusiastic volunteers who want to gain customer service skills and help raise vital funds for cats and kittens in care.”

Anyone who is interested in becoming a volunteer can apply online at, by email or by visiting the shop in person.


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