Come and play with us!
Crash’s Landing and Big Sid’s Sanctuary are staffed solely by volunteers. If you want to spend some time with people who love helping cats and their community, come join us!
Volunteers are responsible for the daily care of all of our cats, from feeding to cleaning. Of course, the 50+ free roaming cats will be more than happy to assist and supervise. Training will be provided to familiarize you with all the house rules.
We are very flexible with anyone that is interested in helping out. Below are the available shifts:
- Morning: 8am – Noon
- Evening: 5pm – 8pm
We have a few simple requirements for all volunteers:
- Regular access to email
- Willingness to commit to at least one shift per month ranging from 3 to 4 hours
- If you have cats in your family, they must be spayed or neutered and current on all vaccines. We require your vet’s contact information and will call them to confirm spay/neuter status and vaccination history.
- Be at least 16 years old or 10 years old with parental supervision
If you are interested in volunteering, contact us at email@example.com. It may take up to 72 hours to respond to your email. We will do our best to respond to your inquiry as soon as possible.
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What our volunteers say about spending time at Crash’s and Big Sid’s:
“I feel like I’m a part of something really special. I’ve never been a part of something so thoughtful and loving. It really makes a difference in our community. The best part of volunteering is being part of the bigger picture; everyone that volunteers has a really big heart and loves the organization.”
“I feel so honored to get a chance to help these wonderful felines when no one else would give them a chance. My heart and soul goes into each and every one of them… I have met many friends – human and feline – through volunteering at Crash’s and Big Sid’s.”
“When I invite people to come to Crash’s or Big Sid’s they think it will be sad because it’s a bunch of rescue kitties, but then they come and see the beauty in it, and the lives we are helping. And they leave happy. I bring my young niece with me to volunteer every week. It teaches her unconditional love, responsibility, and caring for something that is bigger than ourselves. We are saving lives, feline and human alike.”