JAPAN > Seeking motivated individuals to work at one of two locations. In Tokyo our volunteers live and work at an animal shelter. Volunteers are expected to see to the daily care of the animals needs.
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!
BULGARIA > Being yourself in Bulgaria! Your skills can help bring a better life to street and village animals in need. I have a private animal sanctuary in a beautiful rural village in Bulgaria and always need an extra pair of hands.
PERU > We need volunteers who have experience with animals, knowledge with the care of dogs, help in gardening, experience with children, carpentry and art projects.
MOROCCO > We need help to walk, train, feed and clean up after the animals. Some animals have just come in off the street and need one to one training.
THAILAND > If we can't find volunteers by 20 May, I have no choice but to close my dog sanctuary and foster home! Accommodation is free. It is located on the beach in beautiful Songhla in the south of Thailand. Thai Street Paws Rescue is a charity organization that was started to aid Songkhla's street dogs in their plight to find food, shelter, medication, and positive human socialization in hopes finding loving, forever homes.
BRAZIL > GoBrazil offers volunteering placements as well as intensive Portuguese language course on the northeastern coast of Brazil in Maceió.
COSTA RICA > This wildlife sanctuary in Costa Rica provides care and rehabilitation for injured and orphaned wildlife, and then releases them back into the wild. Facilities include a non-primate / quarantine habitat, enclosed habitats that encompass trees, and an open canopy habitat.
THAILAND > Thai Street Paws Rescue is urgently seeking the help of volunteers. If you have common sense, love dogs, the beach and a small town vibe, please read on.
FRANCE > Le Petit Refuge is a registered non profit charity. A peaceful horse sanctuary for neglected, abandoned equines situated in the beautiful Brenne natural park in central France. We currently have 27 rescued horses, ponies & donkeys all now living la belle vie on 20ha.