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Fill out a “Volunteer Interest Form” today!  

Seattle Area Feline Rescue relies on the support and dedication of volunteers in order to save the lives of cats and kittens. We simply couldn’t do the work we do without the support of every cat rescue volunteer! If you are interested in a Volunteer Position and meet the Volunteer Capabilities, please fill out our Volunteer Interest Form. You will then receive an invitation to our next Volunteer Orientation.

General Volunteer Requirements:

  • Age 17 and older.
  • Be able to commit to at least one regular weekly two to three-hour shift.
  • Be able to commit to three consecutive months of service.
  • Be able to attend a scheduled orientation and two separate hands-on training sessions.
  • For Cat Care and Clean Team roles: be able to squat, bend, twist, lift and stand for two to three hours, while working directly with cats and kittens.
  • See our Volunteer FAQs and Volunteer Handbook for more details

Steps To Becoming a Volunteer

If you are interested in any of our Volunteer Jobs, please:

1. Fill out our Volunteer Interest Form.

2. All potential volunteers must attend a Volunteer Orientation.  You will be able to choose a session date to attend on the Volunteer Interest Form. If you need to change sessions, you can log in later to update your selection.

3. At Orientation we will sign you up for your two training shifts and discuss the open shifts.

4. After you’ve completed your two training sessions I’ll schedule you for a weekly shift, or put you on the wait list, if a shift that meets your availability isn’t available at that moment.

All Orientations are held at the rescue, located at 14717 Aurora Ave. N. in Shoreline, WA.

You can learn about the types of roles volunteers fill by looking at our Volunteer Job Descriptions. Most volunteers will start on a clean team shift then work their way up to AM or PM Cat Care, Retail, or even Adoption Counseling some day!

Questions?

Email us at volunteer@seattleareafelinerescue.org

Thank you for helping the kitties!