We are in need of several professionals to help us help the cats and kittens of Billerica, MA
Our volunteers help care for cats and kittens by assisting with fostering, helping at special events, administrative tasks, feeding feral cats, as well as a variety of other responsibilities, wherever extra help is needed.
We are always looking for new volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, the first step is to fill out our volunteer application. Once your application has been submitted, you will receive a call from our Volunteer Coordinator to discuss interests and needs. After it's decided what volunteer role you'd like to take on, you'll be trained and receive addtl support, as needed. (We also occasionally hold virtual or in person meetings, depending on needs).
BCCC is a community-based, no-kill feline, non-profit organization. We started in 2004 for feral cats with our Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) program, then expanded to a home based foster-to adopt program. We also provide education to the public in a variety of ways.
You must be at least 15 years of age to volunteer. We ask for a 6 month commitment from volunteers. If you are under 15 or can't make a regular volunteering commitment right now, check out other ways to help below. We accept volunteers needing community service hours for school on a case-by-base basis.
We hold a variety of fundraisers and special events. We need volunteers to make each event a success. This is a great way to lend a helping paw.
Coordinating virtual visit and interview with new fosters.
We need someone to occasionally update or make donation bins for our sites to keep them looking attractive for the cat items the public donates to BCCC. Do you have a particular item you enjoy making and are willing to donate to help raise funds for the cats? Purrfect!
If you have grant writing experience, we need your writing skills to help BCCC apply for funding for public education campaigns and conducting low-cost spay/neuter clinics. Estimated time commitment: As much or as little as you are able.
To foster means to open your home temporarily to provide love and care while they wait to be adopted. BCCCC provides everything else: support, vet care,food and supplies. (You can donate litter and cat food, which is greatly appreciated).
Foster parents care for either cats or kittens by providing a loving environment and daily care consisting of food, water, litter box, medical care, toys and all the other comforts of home. Most important is the time spent socializing the cat so that s/he becomes accustomed to people and indoor life. Fostering is a very rewarding experience as you are helping a needy cat prepare for the new family life every animal deserves. The cost of foster care does not fall solely on the foster parent, many costs are provided for by BCCC.
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Drivers are needed once a month on Sundays to transport cats or kittens from local foster homes to vet appointments, pick up donations, run general errands locally. Clinic drop off is early morning with pick up early to late afternoon. You are not required to remain at the clinic. We’d love to speak with you if you have a truck, SUV or large vehicle and can help us.
Don't see what you can do to help here ? The possibilities are endless ! Let us know how you'd like to be part of the no-kill movement to save more lives.
Trappers are needed to humanely trap a cat or colony of cats so they can be spayed or neutered, helping to put an end to pet overpopulation.
If you enjoy caring for cats or kittens, BCCC is interested in talking with you about our foster care program.