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There are always opportunities for voluntary workers at the Trust’s headquarters at Welwyn, Hertfordshire, England.
Some volunteers are full-time and live on site, others come for a few hours when they can.
Why not join them?
What sort of work is available?
  • Unskilled people for a wide range of manual jobs
  • People to help with fund-raising collections
  • Electricians
  • Carpenters
  • Bricklayers to build housing for more cats
  • A librarian to organise our growing collection of books
  • A secretary to organise our Director
  • A bookkeeper to help with our accounts
What personal qualifications are required?
  • A sense of humour
  • A willingness to work
  • Adaptability
  • A love (or at least tolerance) of cats
Although there are no age requirements, it helps for insurance purposes if you are adult. Present volunteers’ ages range from about 16 to 70+.

We’re not very good with languages, so it is useful if you speak and understand English.

For those who need accomodation there are mobile homes which, while not luxurious, are weatherproof and provided with 240v. 50Hz electricity.

People having their own caravans, campervans or similar are welcome to bring them.

Basic food can be provided and there are shops within walking distance from which other supplies can be bought.
Volunteers laying a path in front of the ocelot enclosure
Past volunteers have come from:
Argentina Brazil Czech Republic
England France Germany
Ireland Italy Netherlands
Poland Portugal Scotland
Spain Sweden USA
The Cat Survival Trust is a registered charity in England and Wales (272187) Logo: HappyToast@b3ta Web design: Puromycin@b3ta