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Volunteer Photographer Needed at Second Chance Pet Rescue

Volunteer Photographer Needed at Second Chance Pet Rescue
Caring for all the animals at the Second Chance Pet Rescue shelter IS very rewarding, but it is also a lot of work.  If you have time to spare and would like to spend it where your contributions can really make a difference, Second Chance Pet Rescue shelter is always looking for volunteers. 
We are especially in need of a volunteer photographer.  Whether professional or an amateur photographer, our shelter pets don't care - they just want to be seen so they can find their forever family.  Our dogs and cats are pretty amazing, but they haven't mastered selfies yet. So Second Chance Pet Rescue is seeking a volunteer to take photos of our dogs and cats to share on Facebook and also Petfinder.com 
If you've never volunteered before, just drop by the shelter located two miles east of downtown Grove on Highway 10 and fill out an application.  The shelter is open to the public Wednesday through Friday Noon to 5 pm and Saturday 10 am to 3 pm.  Not a photographer?  That's okay because there are other volunteer opportunities available:  office assistant, dog walking, cat socialization, laundry/kitchen duties, handyman/general labor, fundraising events/ideas, thrift shop retail sales, pick up thrift shop donations, and foster care families for special needs pets.
The benefits of volunteering are many, such as:
1.  Get your warm fuzzies!  You will never find a more grateful and accepting companion than a homeless cat or dog that you've comforted.
2.  Be a part of the solution.  Join a network of people working to make a caring and safe environment for homeless cats and dogs.
3.  Keep good company.  Make lots of new friends - and not just the four-legged kind.  Working side by side with people who share similar interests can forge life-long friendships.
4.  Enjoy a wagging tail, a purr, and a smile!  Didn't someone once say that the best things in life are free?
To inquire about volunteer opportunities, contact the shelter at 918-786-7630, email hsgrove@att.net with any inquiries, or visit the shelter and talk to Kim Dudley, Shelter Manager.  Remember, your contribution can make a difference.

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