Vacancy Clean Care Volunteers needed at Petco Blossom Hill

Ad type: volunteer opportunities
Company: Town Cats of Morgan Hill
City: California, United States
Workplace street: 886 Blossom Hill Road, San Jose, California, 95123, United States
Category: Advocacy
Employment: On Site
Work schedule: Part Time
Posted: 10 Jan 2020
Requirements for the applicant
Education: No requirement
Work experience: Entry level
Driving license: No
Foreign languages: English - Beginner
Job description


Volunteers are needed to help take care of our cats at Petco Blossom Hill. This includes cleaning cages and feeding cats at our adoption site. Shifts usually take around 1 to 2 hours and include cleaning litter boxes, feeding cats, wiping out cages with cleaner, changing bedding, and giving cats free time outside their cages.

Morning shifts start no later than 10:00am and evening shifts no earlier than 6:00pm. (Sunday evenings can start at 5:00pm.) We can work around your schedule and you can pick a shift in the day that works best for you.

Volunteers under the age of 18 must volunteer with their parent or legal guardian.


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How To Apply

Use the link above to fill out the volunteer form. Note: If you are signing up a group, each individual must fill out their own volunteer form. In one of the fields, put the group name.

Families are welcome since anyone under the age of 18 must volunteer alongside their parent or legal guardian.

The Volunteer Coordinator will get back to you shortly with more information!

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