Animal rescue

Wadars, an animal rescue charity in Worthing, is calling for volunteers

The charity is looking for people to take on roles on the wildlife and administration teams.

In a Facebook appeal, the charity said: “As an animal welfare charity, we rely on all of our amazing volunteers to help us care for our wildlife and our cats. and also to help in our office, and we need more volunteers to help us during the busy summer season.

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“Being a wildlife volunteer is quite a physically demanding role that requires you to be stuck both indoors and outdoors, working with a variety of species in their daily cleaning of enclosures and their diet.

Become a volunteer at Wadars and help take care of the wildlife.

“Volunteering on our administration team is a vital role in responding to calls from the public regarding a wide variety of animal issues, from birds that have fallen from the nest to animal adoptions and missing pets. “

Some experience would be an advantage but is not essential as training will be provided.

The charity has now fulfilled all cattery roles.

Applicants must be 18 years of age or older and will be required to commit to one shift per week.

If you would like to volunteer with Wadars, send an e-mail to: [email protected] for an application form, or by phone: 01903 247111 for more information.

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