Category Animal Shelters

THAILAND > Currently we are looking for Volunteers for medium to long term stays. Looking for people that have traveled already in Thailand before arriving here. Read More >
AUSTRALIA > We're an entirely volunteer run animal shelter in rural New South Wales and have been a registered charity since 2012.Read More >
THAILAND > Rescue Paws, a not-for-profit organisation, who aim to care for stray dogs in Hua Hin District, Thailand. Our main mission is to reduce the overpopulation crisis faced by the country through sterilisation and education programmes.Read More >
THAILAND > Rescue Paws welcomes the help of volunteers from all backgrounds! On-site help is always needed as the project is growing and requires constant attention and hard work in areas of maintenance and also the treatment of street animals. Read More >
BRAZIL > GoBrazil offers volunteering placements as well as intensive Portuguese language course on the northeastern coast of Brazil in Maceió.Read More >
THAILAND > Do you have the energy and motivation to be up at 6am to let the older leopards out on safari? Are you able to handle the smell of cat poo at 6:30am? Can you cut animal carcasses into tiny pieces just before your lunch break? You could have what it takes!Read More >
COSTA RICA > This project in Costa Rica is looking for like-minded animal lovers to help with animal care, gardening, walking the dogs, and many other tasks.Read More >
GREECE > Fancy being a Dog Carer & Gardener on a Greek Island. Want to explore the beautiful Greek island of Syros, stay in a well appointed flat - in exchange for help caring for adorable King Charles Cavaliers dogs?Read More >
BOLIVIA > For more than 20 years CIWY has been working for the benefit of wildlife rescued from illegal trafficking, giving disadvantaged youth a sense of purpose through involvement with wildlife care, and educating the Bolivian public to respect wildlife.Read More >
THAILAND > We have several rescue dogs who have found loving homes in Canada, but whose adopters flew home on an airline which didn’t allow dogs. If you are flying to Canada please consider being a flight volunteer – it’s free and easy and saves lives.Read More >