Brother Wolf Animal Rescue- McDowell County is looking for Volunteers who would like to help with transporting animals or items, both locally and long-distance.
Rescuing and caring for animals often means needing to transport them between shelters, vet appointments, adoption events, other rescue groups, foster and adoptive homes.
Brother Wolf operates a thrift store to help generate funds for our rescue work, and often times we have items needing to be transported to and from the store as well.
Anyone over 18 with a valid Driver’s License and vehicle can help transport.
Special Project Volunteers
Brother Wolf Animal Rescue- McDowell County is looking for Volunteers who would like to help with special projects that will directly help to improve the lives of animals in McDowell County. Special projects we are currently in need of help with include:
-- Bagging straw, and transporting bundles to help keep outdoor animals warm, dry and safe during these cold winter months.
-- Using supplies provided to make shelters for outdoor cats.
-- Photographing animals at the local animal shelter, to promote them for adoption and to help lost animals find their missing families.
-- Helping with Brother Wolf social media, specifically posting and networking animals for adoption, and keeping posts and information current.
Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older. Children are welcome to help as long as they are with an adult 18 or older.