We are excited to welcome volunteers ages 10-17 to our Junior Volunteer Program! Junior Volunteer opportunities are available every day of the week and include tasks such as cleaning, laundry, dishes, socializing with cats, working with potential adopters, etc. Junior Volunteers are required to volunteer with their parent/guardian at all times.
Most volunteers begin in cat care while they become familiar with our organization, adoption center, and cats; but additional advanced training and opportunities are also available in areas such as guest services, adoption counseling, medical care, etc. Whatever your interests, skills, or experience may be, our team is happy to find the right fit for…
We thank you for your support by becoming a donor, board member or Society member. We thank you for your support, and look forward to welcoming you to your Las Vegas Zoological Park in 2025! If you’re as excited as we are, you can voice your support for the Las Vegas Zoological Society by attending…
We are BARN BUDDIES SANCTUARY @ THE LAS VEGAS FARM. We have been around since 1961 and have been open to the public since 1968. It is truly a one-of-a-kind landmark here in the Las Vegas Valley, and an ideal place for the entire family to enjoy. THE LAS VEGAS FARM offers visitors an opportunity…
Caregivers help us trap feral or “community cats” to help reduce pet over-population.
Help out at various events throughout the year.
Selects projects, coordinates trapping effort with colony caretaker, transports trapped cats to clinic or staging facility. Post surgery returns cats to colony caretaker.
Cares for the cats pre/post surgery at the staging facility. Cleans traps, provides food and water, and sweeps and mops the floor.
Responds to calls from community residents who require TNR services. Provides general information on TNR. Obtains required information and forwards to the TNR Manager for inclusion on the trapping queue.
Help us restore the wetland and plant native species! We will be doing a fall planting event of native plants in the wetlands. This community event is a great way to learn about native plants, support your local parks and put in some volunteering hours! Register at https://www.tmparksfoundation.org/plantemonium !!