We have a never ending need for volunteers, from cleaning litter boxes to giving veggies, to sweeping, grooming and socializing. The more volunteers we have, the more animals we can help. Most of us work full time and have families, but we can always squeeze some time in and make a difference. There is there is something for everyone. You don’t have to have any experience, and it is up to you how much time you want to give. Here are some of the ways.
We have a never ending need for animal care givers, from cleaning litter boxes to giving veggies, to sweeping, grooming and socializing. The more volunteers we have, the more animals we can help. Saturdays and Sundays are very busy with the public coming in for nail trims, bunny dates, adoptions, care info and to buy supplies from our store. We always need more volunteers on the weekends.
With some training you can apply to become an adoption manager, which means you can screen applicants who are interested in adopting, as well as give care info and advice.
The more people that know about us the more animals we will be able to help. If you are savvy when it comes to getting the word out this is where you could help us best.
One of the most important things we do is give out care info to help people know how to properly care for their rabbit, chins and piggies. We have a training program for this for those who are interested.
Every time we hold an event there is alot to coordinate and prepare for. We need help from being a coordinator, to running a booth, to setting up and taking down.
We have to raise over $4000 a month to run the Burrow, so we can help prevent animals from being killed and find them forever homes. We need lots of help here!
There is always something that needs to be repaired, built, set up or taken down.
This can be from taking an animal for a vet appointment, to picking up an animal at a shelter, to picking up supplies, or even taking rabbits to their new home. Sometimes we have long trips that are needed too.