Wild Animal Volunteers Blog

It’s a ring-tailed conspiracy!

Posted by Animal Department on Thu June 6, 2019 in Animal Shenanigans.

Lemurs, a primate species native only to the island of Madagascar, live in large social groups called a conspiracy. These groups are ruled by the females with an iron fist. Often the epitome of familial cohabitation, lemurs have strong and unique personalities which normally makes for a diverse group. But even us humans know that living in a house full of relatives can bring about personality clashes and sometimes even conflict…

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Spay-a-Thon | Volunteers make the local news

Posted on Sun June 17, 2018.

100 local animals were spayed, thanks to the dedicated team who assisted!

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Volunteering by Janet Tootil

Posted by Janet on Tue April 3, 2018 in Volunteer Experiences.

I volunteered here in 2015 and also just 1 week ago and both experiences were amazing. Show that you want to learn and that you care about the animals and all the staff have all the time in the world to talk to you, explain and answer your questions (and I ask a lot).

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Wildlife Volunteer as told by Alex Cribbin

Posted on Tue November 7, 2017.

Alex from Ireland made a video to capture her experience of a lifetime as one of our Wildlife Warriors.

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For your tireless efforts into making this volunteering programme as incredible as it is!

Posted on Wed November 1, 2017 in Volunteer Experiences.

Dear Stef, Didi, Anina, Sheree and all of the staff members at Cango,

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