Volunteer


Here you can find the types of volunteer positions available at Missaukee Humane Society. 
If you have any special skills we should know, please let us know!


Washing and drying litter pans, food dishes and laundry!  Cleaning dog, cat, or small animal kennels.  This position requires a fair amount of hard work and you may get dirty; however, this position is the most important to the care and well-being of the animals at the shelter.  Please note: a regular time commitment is usually required for this position.  
Walking dogs around the walking trails and spend time supervising and playing with dogs out in one of the large play areas! 


Spend time socializing with cats and kittens in our "cage-less" cat room! 

Play with cats, brush them and record information about their traits, personality, and activity level.  Help potential adopters become acquainted with adoptable cats and kittens.  

​Some additional training may be required.
  1. Kennel Assistant
  2. Dog Walker
  3. Cat Cuddler
  4. Executive Director
    Data Entry
  5. Executive Director
    Transporter
  6. Animal Ambassador
We network with many other shelters to save more homeless animals.


Transport crated animals to or from other shelters, offsite vet clinics and other various destinations.  

At times, we also are in need of transporting items such as donations, event supplies, etc.  
Help office staff by answering phones, greeting the public, performing data entry and filing.  

Will require training.   
Become a Shelter Ambassdor by promoting pets on social media, throughout the community, placing posters, staff tables, etc 

Help us at events like our Annual Spayghetti & No Balls.

Work with our fundraising committee to help create, organize, or facilitate your own small fundraiser!  Bake sales, donation drives, car washes and more!
  1. Maintenance Work

​​Community
Outreach & Education
 

Foster Homes!

Help us with general building maintenance and upgrades.
Work closely with our Community Outreach Coordinator to visit businesses, schools, libraries, and other various locations.  Schedule or give presentations from MHS on pet safety, bite prevention, responsible pet ownership, etc.  MHS has materials and information for your use. 
 ​​​​Providing care to animals in your own home.  Most are kittens or special needs animals.  We provide the supplies,  you provide the loving home.  Separate application, home visit and waiver is required to foster.  Must meet specific requirements. Some training required.

​We always need Foster Homes!

Volunteer Application

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Volunteer Application