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Volunteer Opportunities
We are always looking for dedicated people to help out!
  • Foster care
  • Adoption Center upkeep - cleaning cat enclosures (includes brushing/grooming cats.)
  • Cat/ Dog Transport (local and across state lines)
  • Feral cat trap/neuter/ and release program
If you want to help - and get to know some of the coolest people on the planet - contact us right away to get started.

Foster Care:
We are always in need of people willing to open their heart and their home to an animal in need. Foster care of a homeless pet can be a very rewarding experience for everyone involved. Pet Samaritan covers medical and will provide food if necessary. The best foster homes are full-time homeowners with a fenced in yard and a lot of love and patience.

Adoption Center Upkeep:
We also love helpers to visit the Adoption Centers listed below to spend time with the cats. We are responsible for cleaning the enclosures at least twice a week. These stores generously provide display areas for our adoptable cats.

  • Canyon Rim PetSmart
    3191 E 3300 S
    Salt Lake City, UT 84109
    (801) 487-9290
  • Bountiful Petco
    181 N 545 W
    Bountiful, UT 84109
    (801) 397-5287
  • Ogden Petco
    390 E 525 N
    Ogden, UT 84404
    (801) 528-5043
  • Draper Petco
    Draper Peaks
    195 E 12300 S
    Draper, UT 84020
    (801) 495-4201

Cat/Dog Transport:
We need help transporting pets from shelters to foster homes, to and from Veterinarian clinics, and boarding facilities. For those willing, long distant travelers are needed at times, for pets being transferred to other Rescue groups outside Salt Lake City limits.

Feral Cat trap/neuter/ & release program:
Feral cat caregivers, to care about the overpopulation problem and wants to respond to it, are able to preserve and protect the lives of cats without adding to the problem. Feral cat caregivers provide day-to-day monitoring of the colony so that any newcomers can be quickly trapped and sterilized. These are feral, non-adoptable animals.

Age 16 (parents permission) and up, please.
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