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We have a team of volunteers who respond to owners and shelters wishing to surrender or transfer cats to SPCR.  We need assistance in helping get cats into rescue. Use our contact form to get in touch with us if you wish to help with intake processing.

All SPCR cats are microchipped.  However, a microchip is not a tracking device.  The microchip number must be manually submitted to a microchip registry.  We need volunteers to help enter the microchip numbers and adopter information at the three registries used by SPCR.  This is a very important job as having a chip registered means that when a lost cat is found, his or her number can be matched to owner information at the microchip registry and the kitty can go home. Use our contact form to get in touch with us if you wish to help with microchip registration.

SPCR is looking for people to help promote our cats and fundraisers on social media.  We are looking for help on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Use our contact form to get in touch with us if you wish to help on social media.

SPCR has a newsletter but we seem to have lost our newsletter writer and editor.  We are looking for someone with familiarity in MailChimp and who is willing to help with our fundraising and promotions.

While SPCR does not transport cats to forever homes, we have a network of volunteers who help get the kitties into rescue.  These transport volunteers also drive cats between foster homes.  To help cats on their journey into rescue, join our Transport Volunteer Facebook Group.

Our transport volunteers do need organizers to help get transports off the ground.  Transport Coordinators work with the intake team, foster homes and transporters to get a kitty from point A to point B. They make the posting in our tranport group. To help cats on their journey into rescue, join our Transport Volunteer Facebook Group and contact our intake team.

Holding a cat overnight while it is on a transport from Point A to Point B.  To become a host, please submit a foster home application and let us know that you would like to be a host.

Volunteers don’t necessarily have the time, they just have the heart!