We are thrilled to announce the re-launch of our volunteer program, which includes the opportunity to become a PAW Shelter Volunteer.
At PAW, we rely on the generosity of volunteers and their valuable time and skills to provide animals in our care with a second chance at life. Our dedicated Shelter Volunteers play a crucial role in helping us manage the day-to-day tasks and responsibilities that are necessary to keep our shelter running smoothly.
Volunteering at PAW can be a fulfilling and meaningful experience that allows you to make a difference in the lives of animals and your community while also gaining new skills and meeting like-minded individuals.
Our Shelter Volunteer opportunities are currently open to individuals who are 18 years and older. We have an upcoming Youth program launching soon, so stay tuned for more information!
At PAW, we recognize that commitment varies based on individual lifestyles. Prior to applying, we encourage you to assess the amount of time you are able to dedicate to volunteering. In general, we require a minimum commitment of six months of service for most shelter volunteer positions, with a weekly time commitment of two to three hours.
There are numerous ways to get involved at PAW! Feel free to explore the role descriptions for our current shelter volunteer opportunities below.
We are deeply grateful for the interest and support shown by all those who wish to volunteer with us. However, as we have limited space, we are only able to accept applications for volunteer positions as per our current needs. If the position you are interested in is not currently accepting applications, we encourage you to check back frequently for new opportunities. Your continued interest in volunteering with us is much appreciated, and we hope to have the chance to work with you in the future. Thank you for your understanding and support.
Meant for cats who would make great barn cats.
Pet Safe Keeping
Care for pets of owners who are victims of intimate violence.
Healthy Moms, Healthy Litters
Helping families who have unexpected litters.