FCPGA is run entirely by volunteers and we rely heavily on their time, love, and support. From opening their homes to foster cats and kittens awaiting adoption, to cleaning habitats, and planning events, they make our rescue work possible. We simply could not do what we do without these crazy cat people.
If you’re crazy enough to join us, we’d love to have you! Just complete and submit the volunteer form below and let us know which volunteer areas interest you most. We promise you’ll have a rewarding experience.
Open your heart and home to a homeless cat awaiting adoption. We take care of all medical needs, you provide daily care, socialization, and lots of love.
Help care for the cats visiting the PetSmart habitats. A 1 hour per week commitment, mornings 7-10 am or evenings 5-8 pm. Choose a fixed schedule or stand by as a substitute when needed. Volunteers monitor water/food bowls, scoop litter boxes, clean habitat areas, and most importantly, play with and love on the visiting cats. Volunteers must be 18 years old or supervised by an adult.
Event Set-Up/Tear-Down: Alpharetta, Cumming, or Dawsonville PetSmart locations. Volunteers set up crates and tables for adoption events Saturday mornings from 10-10:30 am and dismantle them at 3 pm.
Event Helper: Assist the adoption coordinators as needed. Greet prospective adopters and answer questions about FCPGA and the adoptable cats. Saturdays 11 am-3 pm at the Alpharetta, Cumming, or Dawsonville Petsmart locations. Volunteers must be 18.
If you’re a great planner, organizer, host, or hostess, we need your help! To be successful, fundraising events must be planned and executed well. This requires volunteers for everything from brainstorming ideas and planning the details, to decorating and set-up/takedown – and everything in between.
Annual events include the benefit yard sale and the Fall FUNraiser.
Near and dear to our hearts, Trap-Neuter-Return is a coordinated effort that requires patience and determination. Volunteers are needed to set up traps and transport trapped cats to Pet Vet in Cumming to be spayed/neutered.
Volunteers transport altered barn cats to their new environment and help educate the new owners on acclimating them to their new home.
Volunteers transport cats and kittens to and from doctors/medical specialist appointments.