Please complete this application form if you are interested in becoming Cat Care Society Volunteer. Once you complete form, click the continue button at the bottom. If we have available volunteer positions you will be contacted for the next steps by the Volunteer Manager.
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Name, Address, Phone, Email

Please enter your Name, Address, phone number and an email address, if you have one.

Pets at home

What pets do you have at home currently, if any?


Please tell us about your occupation, or if you are retired or a student. If a student, what level. Please Note: we cannot take volunteers under 16 years old unless a parent or guardian is the actual volunteer.

Position on spaying/neutering?

Please state your position

Valid Driver's License?

Yes or No

Access to reliable transportation?

Ever been convicted of a criminal offense?

If Yes, what was the offense and when?

Long Term or short term Volunteer commitment?

Are you looking for a long term commitment to volunteering? If short term please explain.

When are you Available to Volunteer?

Please enter the days of the week you are available to volunteer. Are you interested in Weekly, Bi-weekly or monthly OR an "as needed" schedule.

Why do you want to volunteer at Cat Care Society?

Skills to offer as volunteer for Cat Care Society?

Aside from loving cats, what skills can you offer Cat Care Society as a volunteer?

Any previous volunteering experience?

If so, Where and when?

Volunteer Agreement

I confirm that the information I have provided is correct and true. I understand that if my interests match the needs of Cat Care Society at the present time, I will be contacted for orientation and training. I also understand that there will be a $25.00 charge upon entering the program which covers a Volunteer Shirt and Name Badge.

Cat Care Society is a limited admission shelter that encourages the participation of volunteers who support our mission. Cat Care Society operates a limited admission cage-free shelter for homeless and abused cats while providing community outreach programs to enrich the lives of both people and cats. The undersigned recognizes that he/she may be exposed to hazards as a result of entry on to the premises of Cat Care Society from the cats, the premises or other individuals. Nevertheless, the undersigned does hereby knowingly and willingly, fully and forever, RELEASE AND DISCHARGE CAT CARE SOCIETY, its agents, directors, employees, successors and all parties of interest, from all known claims and causes of action to person or property, now or which may arise. Cat Care Society also reserves the right to photograph volunteers in the course of performing volunteer tasks, for the purpose of using those photos in Cat Care Society related newsletters and/or web pages. In addition, the undersigned agrees to uphold all CCS policies and procedures. Cat Care Society provides a safe and comfortable environment for cats accepted into the shelter. All cats considered adoptable will remain as residents of the shelter until they are adopted or humanely euthanized. Cat Care Society does not practice routine euthanasia to create space for more cats; however, there are certain instances when staff believes it is more important to stop the suffering rather than save the lives of cats. The decision to euthanize will be made by the Director of Medical Care and veterinarian staff after an examination of the cat and a determination of the quality of life experienced by the cat. When it is determined that the cat will experience needless suffering in order to keep him/her alive, the cat will be humanely euthanized. By signing below, you agree to all of the above procedures and any others currently in place at Cat Care Society, as well as any future procedures or procedural changes.