- 3-4 hours/week
- Byron Center
Is This the Right Fit for Me?
You love working with cats, and you know that sometimes means scooping litter, mopping the floor, and washing their bedding. You can do all of that and squeeze in some cuddles, too. There’s a lot of cats in one space, so if you have allergies, this may not work for you. You may even be looking for an opportunity to serve alongside one of your children ten years or older—what a great way to introduce them to volunteering!
About Focus on Ferals
Focus on Ferals assists Grand Rapids cats through a full management plan focused on spaying/neutering (including trap-neuter-return for feral cats), a socialization and adoption program for feral kittens and friendly strays, and ongoing support for the people who care for these cats. Focus on Feral’s vision is to achieve a No-Kill nation through the effective use of humane strategies, where every cat is treated with care and compassion.
What Others are Saying
“I had adopted a kitten from them a few years ago, and I love what the organization does, so I wanted to help out! The highlights are knowing that you're making a difference in these cats lives and getting so many cuddles from the cats! The disappointment and anger you feel when a great cat is adopted and then returned is tough. It's a lot of work, but it's so worth it!”Erin
Contact the Organization
If you’re ready to ask some questions and get started, contact the Focus on Ferals directly.
What to Expect
Fill out a volunteer application, and a staff member will contact you for a short in-person interview and a tour of the facility. Then you will receive one-on-one training at your first shift.