Wolverhampton Cats Protection offers purr-fect roles

Cats Protection in Wolverhampton is on the prowl for cat lovers to volunteer for three roles which will help improve care for the city’s needy cats.

The branch currently needs a volunteer treasurer, website editor and neutering volunteer. The charity will provide plenty of training and support materials for all roles.  

Experience or knowledge of accounting, book keeping and good numeracy skills would be an advantage for the treasurer role, but is not essential.

The website editor volunteer will regularly update the branch’s website to help raise branch funds, promote cats for adoption and promote neutering activities. 

The neutering volunteer will respond to enquiries from members of the public, promote the benefits of neutering and issue vouchers to assist cat owners on low incomes.

The branch is currently running a Hands-Free Homing scheme so cats can still be adopted within Covid-19 restrictions. Since launching Hands-Free Homing, Cats Protection has rehomed 5,000 cats across the UK. Rob Hall, Cats Protection’s Area Branch Development Manager, said:

“The roles are incredibly varied and so the perfect applicants would have great people skills as well as a love of cats and bags of enthusiasm.

We are sure whoever takes on the roles will find them really rewarding.”

To find out more about the roles, please visit cats.org.uk/wolverhampton or call 01825 741 995.


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