Volunteer With Purrfect Angels Animal Rescue

You Can Help!

Aside from monetary donations, volunteers are the single greatest need we have. As you can imagine, we need many willing volunteers to help us foster, transport and care for these little angels. If you can foster, great! If you don’t have time to foster, maybe you could assist with transporting animals or help bathe and feed them. If you have a willing spirit, we will find an avenue for you to help.

Purrfect Angels Animal Rescue is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization. for more information on volunteering, fill out the form below or call us today.

How You Can Volunteer With Purrfect Angels Animal Rescue

Volunteer Foster
Fostering is one of the most rewarding and emotional volunteer opportunities. It is amazing how opening your home to a foster pet temporary can make such a huge impact. It’s a temporary commitment to save a life. It makes you wonder why everyone doesn’t try fostering! Reach out to us if you are interested.

Keep in mind, fostering is fun but it is also a serious commitment. The foster parent holds the power of how quickly their foster pet finds their new forever home. Fostering takes time and hard work, but in the end it is the best feeling when your foster pet find a forever home. Fostering a pet until adoption can be as short as 2 weeks to as long as 6-9 months. It all depends on the animal’s health, behavior, and age. Our foster screeners will ask you vital questions about your lifestyle so that they can match you with the best foster choice.

A quick outline of the step-by-step process of fostering:

HAPPY: Most animals that have come from the streets or shelters have been through a lot. As a foster you provide an environment for your animal that makes them feel safe and relaxed. By giving your foster plenty of love and attention you will lift their spirits up in no time!

HEALTHY: There is always the possibility of an animal to become ill from the shelter. We require a 10-day quarantine period for your foster pet from any household pets. This can be anywhere from a bedroom to a bathroom. We ask for open communication between the foster managers and foster parent if any signs of illness irrupt.

HOME: Once your foster is healthy and happy it is ready to find it’s perfect home! As a foster you need to promote your animal. It is important to take a few good photos to post online. It is also helpful to try to take good video of your foster to show them off! We will work with you in hopes to finding a forever home for your foster pet.

Foster Help: Can’t Foster? There are still ways you can interact with a foster pet! Even if you can’t keep a foster pet in your home you can still sponsor a foster pet with your time. There are times that foster parents have a lot going on at once. Sometimes playing with their foster cat for an hour can make a huge difference to the foster parent. We don’t want a busy schedule to deter potential fosters away. A few ways to help a foster parent: Bathe or groom the animals, play with the cats, help clean crates/rooms, take photos/video, help feed, and much more!

Transporting Animals
Transporting is crucial for what we do. We often have short deadlines to get animals out of high kill shelters. Fosters also immediately need supplies when they receive a new or sick foster pet. Getting supplies to foster parents same day is just as crucial. Rescue is a fast paced organization and it is easy for us to miss the opportunity to save an animal because of lack of transport. Our transporters are our lifesavers!

Local Transport – When we pull an animal from a local shelter we often need help transporting the animal to foster care. We also need transport for animals to attend vet appointments, adoption events, and photo shoots. If you cannot transport animals, we also need help with transporting supplies to foster parents and picking up donations.

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