Do you love animals? Do you love giving back? Then, Lighthouse Animal Shelter in New Bedford needs you.

The shelter is constantly inundated with animals in need and simply does not have enough manpower to keep the shelter running efficiently. Here is how you can help.

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Lighthouse Animal Shelter

Lighthouse Animal Shelter is an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 organization that aims to help homeless animals, with the main focus being adult and senior animals.

The shelter also supports the local community in the effort to reduce pet overpopulation by promoting responsible pet ownership, including the advocacy of spaying and neutering.

Volunteers Needed at Lighthouse Animal Shelter

Here is your chance to hang out with cute animals all day.

Shift tasks include feeding, letting dogs out to play, cleaning litter boxes, sweeping and mopping, laundry, cleaning up after the dogs, phone calls, and showing dogs and cats to potential adopters.

Approximate Shift Times

8 am to 12 pm (dogs and/or cats)

1 pm to 4 pm (dogs only)

5 pm to 9 pm (dogs and/or cats)

If you love pet kisses and cuddles, if you are a hard worker, and you don’t mind rolling up your sleeves to clean up messes, then Lighthouse Animal Shelter is looking for you.

If you are interested in volunteering at the shelter, apply online or reach out to the shelter directly for more information.

This experience is a great opportunity to enrich the lives of shelter animals and to help a selfless shelter be even more successful.

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