Operation Hood Volunteer Form
Thank you for taking the time to submit an application to Volunteer for Operation Hood. Our mission is to promote TNR and help with the spay and neutering of community cats. One of our biggest needs is for individuals to assist with trapping and the recovery of the cats once spayed/neutered. We depend solely on volunteer support to continue our efforts with our TNR (Trap, Neuter Return) Program. Please take a moment and submit your application and a representative with Operation Hood will contact you. Time is a gift and we appreciate your willingness to help us continue to make a difference in the lives of so many innocent cats in our community!
Email Address *
First and Last Name *
Contact Number & Best time to reach you
Are you 18 years old or older *
If you answered no to the above question we will require parent consent and a volunteer wavier singed in order to participate in events. Please put parent name (first & last) and contact # below:
Let us know what areas you would like to learn more about. There is always something for everyone! Your time and dedication is appreciated!
Transporters
Transporters are needed to get cats to and from appointments. Our spay/neutering appointments are local and our dental procedures are done in Richmond. The Richmond transport is usually an all-day transport. Transporters are a vital part of our organization and serve in many areas helping cats along their journey to a forever home.
Temporary Foster Placement/Socializing Foster Parent
There are times with TNR we need a temperary foster placement to coordinate getting the cat(s) in need placed with another rescue or local shelter partner. There are also times when the need arises for a "Socializing Foster" who is willing to work with a cat or cats that needs time, love and patience allowing the foster to report back on behavior etc. to help find placement for them to be placed accordingly.
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TNR Trap Team Members
We are seeking individuals who want to make a difference in the lives of community cats! Interested in learning about trapping and how TNR benefits our community? We will gladly show anyone who is willing to step up and make a difference supporting TNR how to use the traps, tips on trapping, how different traps work! We have the equipment and supplies you will need! Join us and help make a difference in the lives of community cats!
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TNR RECOVERY TEAM
We need willing individuals to provide care of cats that have been TNR'd giving them time to heal after being spayed or neutered. Males are usually released the day after surgery back from where they were trapped, unless they have an issue and need additional time to heal and females are released 2 to 3 days after surgery. We provide the training and walk you through the process, you will need a small protected area the cats in traps can recover in safely limiting stress so they can heal and be released back from where they were trapped. Join us in helping community cats!
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Suggestions & ideas are always welcomed that will benefit the cats and our efforts in the community. Please feel free to share below! Volunteer support is always appreciated and needed. Thank you for taking the time to submit an application.
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