DO YOU LOVE ANIMALS?
We have vacancies for short term Fosterers.
The Milton Keynes & North Bucks branch don’t have a traditional animal centre yet but instead rely on a network of volunteer fosterers to care for the animals which are rescued. We are currently looking for cat fosterers who can help us to care for the animals which need a temporary home while they wait for adoption.
As a Cat Fosterer you will be helping to rehabilitate animals who have come into our care due to neglect, abuse, injury or suffering. These animals need patient care and support while they recover and wait for adoption. We will provide you with all the equipment and supplies required to look after the animals while they are in your care, plus all the advice and guidance to help you fulfil your role.
You will be invited to join our Volunteers Facebook group where you can share stories and gain support from our community of volunteers and fosterers.
CAT FOSTERER (Volunteer Role)
To provide loving care and a safe, temporary home for cats who are in need of a foster placement whilst they are in RSPCA care, either requiring rehabilitation or waiting for a suitable permanent home to be found.
To provide loving care in accordance with RSPCA policies, Minimum Standards, Minimum Expectations and guidelines.
To feed, water, clean, groom and exercise the animals as appropriate.
Administer medication if and when required and transport them to and from vets for treatment and checks.
Maintain records on the animal’s health and behaviour. To assist in the rehabilitation of the animal, as guided by the animal coordinator.
Provide suitable photographs in order for us to advertise the animal for adoption.
Make appointments and talk to members of the public about the animals in your care with the hope of rehoming them.
Complete adoption paperwork and handle adoption fees. Providing the animal coordinator with both by month end.
Experience of cat ownership or care is preferred.
Own your own home or rent and have written permission to keep animals.
Preferably a spare room.
Existing owned animals must be neutered and up to date with vaccinations unless there are medical reasons why they can't be.
Have or have access to transport in order to transport animals in your care to local approved vets.
Training will be provided with ongoing support and advice.
Animal fostering is an important role. It helps to play a vital part in the rehabilitation of animals and helps improve their chance of finding a new home. Many of the animals that we take in have either suffered and are not used to the care and affection that they deserve. Living with a foster family helps to provide them with one-to-one care. Allowing them to build up their confidence and get used to a normal lifestyle.
Fostering animals can be a pleasurable experience. It's rewarding to know that you played a key part in the rehoming process when a foster animal is successfully rehomed. You'll have the opportunity to meet new people and of course get lots of animal cuddles!
Join our team!
If you interested and wish to discuss it further then please call Jenny on 07765 111607 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please leave a message if Jenny is unable to take you call and she will call you back as soon as possible.