Volunteer with RACC!
From cat cuddling to dog walking - a rewarding experience for all!
The time that volunteers share, and the enrichment they offer, helps our pets remain happy, social, healthy, and active. Volunteering greatly reduces stress and depression that animals can experience because of cage confinement. Many volunteers say they enjoy similar benefits by giving their hearts (and time) to the animals in our care. Volunteers receive orientation and training specific to their areas of interest.
Volunteers are needed to assist with these activities:
Pet grooming and bathing
Cat socialization and play time
Adoption events & Counselling
Front Desk Assistance
How to become a volunteer
RACC has so many volunteers right now (we are very lucky) and we look forward to welcoming new volunteers in 2022.
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If you have questions, please email our Volunteer Coordinator, Robin Young.
FOSTER A PET!
By fostering a homeless animal, you are enabling RACC to have more kennel space to take in more local animals. The bottom line is the more foster volunteers we have, the more lives we can save. Foster volunteers are also granted volunteer hours for fostering animals. For each day that the animal is fostered, four (4) hours of community services is earned. Individual students and various organization members, for example, may earn volunteer hours through the RACC Foster Program.
Foster homes for puppies and kittens are always needed because they have weakened immune systems at young ages, and until they’re fully vaccinated, they’re more vulnerable to getting sick. We also need foster homes for adult animals that are recuperating from surgery or need socialization to be ready for adoption.