Veterinary expense is our greatest need. The cats and dogs need vaccines, well health checks, spay/neuter, de-worming, and preventative medications. Our seniors are usually on maintenance medication such as arthritis medications while our new intakes usually need antibiotics for some type of infection.
Become a volunteer!
Requirements: 18 years or older. Dependability is essential. Commit to one or two shifts per week (each shift is an hour long).
Click on the link to find out more. Then, email us for an application and to begin your training: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the recent years, there has been a large increase in the requests for helping community cats (feral cats, abandoned cats, and strays). We do our best to help these cats. However, we need experienced fosters who can socialize feral cats and undersocialized cats. Time commitment of at least 6 months or until the cat is socialized enough for the shelter life, whichever is less.
Do you have a skill that would benefit our animals? Since our rescue is entirely volunteer-based, there is so much to do! Landscaping? Carpentry? Cat socialization? Trapping? The last one is essential in our efforts to help community cats. Email us at: email@example.com
Scroll to see our Wishlist for items that you can make an appointment time to drop off at our rescue. Or, check out our Amazon and Chewy Wishlists to donate online.
Add us on iGive and Chewy Gives Back to get us donations from online stores you shop at. With no added cost to you, help our rescue animals get the veterinary care they need. Scroll for more information.
Do you enjoy walking outside, running, or going for bike rides? Wooftrax donates about 11 cents per mile that you track using the app's geo-tracking on your phone. Select our rescue and join our community of walkers at no cost to you. Scroll for more information.
Traditionally, our animal intakes are owner surrenders or overflows from crowded municipal shelters. However, due to the high demands, we have expanded our efforts in helping the community cats (feral cats, abandoned cats, and strays). We can continue this work and help more cats but we need experienced fosters who can house and socialize feral cats and undersocialized cats. This difficult but rewarding task requires a time commitment of at least 6 months or until the cat is socialized enough for the shelter life, whichever is less. Please download and fill out the foster application below and email it back to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adult cat food:
Sensitive Skin dry and can of any of the following
Our rescue get donations when you do your online shopping through iGive. Sign-up with our rescue on iGive below. It cost nothing, just notify the store, or iGive and it's all automatic! There are over 2,100 participating stores, including Walmart, Stop and Shop, Petco, Groupon, and Chewy!
Add us on Chewy and your first order gives our pets a donation from Chewy. You can even make a free double donation when you use iGive for your first Chewy order!
Get the Wooftrax app and sign up with your email to start walking for our rescue! Make sure to select "Coco's Animal Rescue Efforts of Seymour" in Connecticut as your Animal Charity. At no cost to you, about 11 cents per mile walked, ran, or biked will be donated to our rescue. Since the app uses geo-tracking, it only works when you are outside but you can select the virtual dog to walk with you. The amount of cents we get per mile depends on the number of active walkers we have in the app. With more active walkers we can get up to 25 cents per mile! Join us and be apart of our Wooftrax Pack.
Requirements: 18 years or older. Dependability is essential. Commit to one hour per week – or preferably two one hour shifts per week. Be able to squat, bend, twist, lift and stand while working directly with cats and kittens. Be comfortable with direct contact with cats and kittens and dirty litter boxes. Ability to follow instructions and pay attention to details. Willingness and ability to learn the following tasks:
Training: Information Session, Hands-on Training
Shift Availability: Shifts are available every day from 7 am-9am and from 7pm-9 pm
Time Commitment: Volunteers are scheduled for a one-hour shift once or twice each week
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