There are many ways that you cat get involved and help FACE Low-Cost Spay/Neuter and IndyFeral.
While FACE is NOT an animal shelter and does not actively take in animals from the public, we have acquired several cats and a few dogs that have come to us via team members or other rescue situations in which the animal was at risk. These animals will temporarily stay at FACE until we can find them their forever homes. While they wait, it is important they become well socialized to increase their chances of adoption. Volunteering in our cat room is always appreciated and can be done just about any day and anytime. This includes socializing and helping to keep their rooms clean. Volunteers interested in socializing our dogs must be 21 or over and have some experience.
Greeter are needed Friday 2pm-5:15pm, Saturday 10am-2pm and Sunday 11am-3pm. Weekend greeters welcome clients, offer directions for check-in and check-out, keep the lobby and outside area clean, answer questions (after training) about wellness care and spay/neuter services.
We LOVE cage cleaners. Every evening at check-out, all cages and kennels have to be cleaned for the next day’s patients. This is a way to be a super volunteer with a one or two-hour weekly commitment. This opportunity is available Monday through Thursday from 5pm to 7pm.
Give our dogs some exercise and get some yourself. The hours for dog walking are between 10am and 2pm during the week and on weekends. Contact Anne Dubin at 317-638-3223 ext 200 for information.
Help out our team and get involved by making rabies tags, preparing Elizabethan collars, popping syringes and filing patient records. By performing these tasks we are able to keep up on things we use everyday which saves us time and allows our clinic to operate smoothly. This opportunity is available every day of the week during open hours.