Become a Volunteer

Volunteers play an important role in our organization. Volunteers help us take care of our feline patients by providing meals, keeping their spaces tidy, providing them with blankets, and making them toys to play with. They also help with admin tasks, cleaning the facility, organizing events, and documenting cat rescue stories for social media. Whether you’re experienced with cats or want to learn about cats, you are welcome to join us!

We receive many requests for volunteering. Please keep in mind when you are signing up for volunteering that

1) We highly rely on the help of volunteers,

2) It utilizes staff time to manage volunteers in an already busy work environment with limited resources.

Hence we request your time and energy commitment for at least 3 hours per week for a minimum period of 4 months. In return, you will get a rewarding and altering experience knowing that you have made a difference to the lives of many animals in need. We provide volunteering certificates for 50+ hours of volunteering.

If you wish to volunteer, please carefully complete the application form below. If you are unable to commit to a regular time but can help on a limited basis, please send an email to with your full name, contact details, and availability.

If you are volunteering as a group for a required project, please send an email with details of the group and the project to:

Become a Stray Cat Feeder

Becoming a stray cat feeder is one of the most generous acts of kindness you can do. You can help out the street cats in your locality by feeding them nutritious food every day so that they don’t have to search through waste on the streets for food. This not only keeps the cats healthy, but also helps socialize them to people so you can later get them sterilized or take them to a veterinarian.
To learn more about becoming a feeder, fill out the volunteer form and check the box ‘Become a feeder in your area’. You can also download our Stray Cat Feeder Manual.

Adopt a Stray Cat in Need

We try to give every stray cat that comes into our hands the best medical treatment we can.
However, some still have lingering health issues or permanent disabilities after treatment, such as our blind or amputee cats.
Since these cats can still live normal and happy lives if taken care of in a loving home, we put up these disadvantaged cats for adoption at Cat Cafe Studio.
Adopt a stray cat in need today and forever change their lives – and yours!