Read our weekly column "Tails From the Hilltop" in the Randolph Herald available free at Randolph supermarkets, drugstores and other locations. Or online at
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Also see our featured cats in the monthly PetGazette available at libraries, vet offices and online.
NOW YOU CAN LOOK AS BAD ASS AS YOU FEEL
"Help control the pet population. Have your pets spayed or neutered." - Bob Barker
The Catmobile has slots available for spay/neuter for your cat! Don't delay! Get your kitty fixed and help end cat overpopulation in our shelters in MA.
For information about upcoming dates and locations in the coming months, visit http://mrfrs.org/upcoming-events/ or call (978) 465-1940. The cost is $100 for a female cat and $80 for male. Ferals are done for $35. For questions email email@example.com.
HAVE SOME TIME TO SPARE?
Many of our volunteers spend their time doing “daily shift” service in which they clean shelter rooms, change litter and feed and socialize the cats. This shift work is very important, but Hilltop also has other opportunities for volunteers. Some available volunteer tasks can be handled right from your home and on a flexible schedule We would love to take advantage of your special interests and skills (accounting; computers; carpentry; landscaping; veterinary; grant writing, creative writing, social media, etc), so please let us know if there are activities that you would like to participate in to benefit Hilltop. We want to put your energy and skills to work in the best possible way! Some volunteer opportunities are:
Daily Shift Care: clean shelter rooms, change litter and feed and socialize the cats. You can volunteer daily or weekly. We will work with your schedule.
Fostering: we need foster homes for kittens to socialize them and care for them until they are old enough to be adopted. Also for adult cats that do not do well in a shelter environment or need special care.
Fundraising: Solicit donations from businesses and individuals; organize fundraising projects, grant writing and more.
Marketing: help with public relations, social media, tables at social events, assist in writing articles for the “Newsletter”
Photographer – to take pictures of our cats waiting for their forever home
Transportation – to take cats to and from the vet for exams, spay/neuter
Maintenance - organize closets/hall/garage; stock food and litter; assist with repair projects in and around the shelter; raking/pruning/weeding and general up-keep of yard; renovations to the shelter
Socialization: pet and play with the cats
Contact Gail at GDentch@aol.com for more information
Information on low-cost spaying/neutering can be found on our Adopt/Foster page.
SENIORS FOR SENIORS
The goal of this program is to match senior cats (7 and older) with senior adults (age 60 and older). When you find your happy, healthy friend, we waive the adoption fee.
Contact us for more details!