Sometimes, cats need some special one-on-one care that can’t be provided at a busy animal shelter. A foster offers their home, time, and love to care for those cats who have the greatest needs.
Rescuing without TNR is like putting a band-aide on a broken leg. It doesn't get at the heart of the problem we are trying to fix. Trappers go out to the communities to help free-roaming cats and stop their harmful breeding process.
A integral part of TNR and our operation as a animal rescue group is bringing cats and kittens to the vet to ensure our animals are in peak health condition.
At the Community Cat Center, we house a number of feral and abandoned cats in our pre and post-op center. This job requires a little bit of time and a whole lotta' love. Volunteers will be feeding, cleaning, and socializing our furry guests in the TNR room and Pat-A-Cat Lounge.
PAWSWATCH Community Cat Center IN NEED OF GOOD VOLUNTEERS CCC Manager(s) Implement rules for operation of CCC. Intake- enter cats into Shelter Luv database, put into isolation room for 5 days, appropriate vet care and vaccinations arranged then entered into database before coming out. Categorize cats and kittens- TNR, adoption, transfer. Oversee adoption day coordinators
Data Entry Specialist Keep computerized animal log (ShelterLuv) up to date Keep web and facebook page updated Transfer new donor data to main PawsWatch database manager