Category Animal Shelters

JAPAN > Japan Cat Network's small animal shelter in Inawashiro Japan has an immediate and ongoing opening for a volunteer and shelter management position. On site living space and food/living stipend provided in a beautiful area of Japan.Read More >
BRAZIL > GoBrazil offers volunteering placements as well as intensive Portuguese language course on the northeastern coast of Brazil in Maceió.Read More >
COOK ISLANDS > Do you love dogs? Do you want to make a difference...and live in tropical paradise? Then we have the job for you! Our current caretaker is heading back to New Zealand and we are looking for some dedicated animal lovers to take over this rewarding position.Read More >
CYPRUS > This is a voluntary position to assist in the daily running of our cat and dog shelter. Cleaning, feeding, dog walking, cat cuddling and some gardening. We need reliable, honest, enthusiastic, organised, efficient, fit people 20 years and over to be able to work to a tight schedule.Read More >
THAILAND > This project is in need of volunteers to help provide care and treatment of animals. There are many ways of getting involved and general volunteers require no qualifications.Read More >
BRAZIL > GoBrazil offers volunteering placements as well as intensive Portuguese language course on the notheastern coast of Brazil in Maceió.Read More >
JAMAICA TRINIDAD & TOBAGO > As in many parts of the developing world, in the Caribbean it is not uncommon to find neglected and abused animals in areas of high poverty. There are very few organisations that work to rescue and rehabilitate animals that suffer. Read More >
THAILAND > This small non-profit organisation is dedicated to the care of stray animals on the small tropical island of Koh Phangan. Read More >
THAILAND > ElephantsWorld is a sanctuary for sick, old and abused elephants in Kanchanaburi, Thailand. We are looking for 1-month volunteers!Read More >
COSTA RICA > The Alturas Animal Sanctuary is a brand new facility set up and created exclusively for all of the Costa Rican wildlife that may be injured or sick and in need of care and rehabilitation. Our ultimate objective is to help and then release these animals back into the wild once they are ready to return.Read More >