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    Shelter Coordinator for Cat Rescue

    Location: Morgan Hill, California

    Town Cats of Morgan Hill

    The shelter coordinator is responsible for the cat clean care staff and volunteers at the San Pedro location. This includes scheduling and overseeing shelter staff and volunteers. Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

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    Animal Services Clerk

    Location: Martinez, California

    Contra Costa County Human Resources Department

    If you have a love of furry friends and want to become part of a team that is dedicated to enhancing the lives of all animals in our fantastic community, we would love to hear from you!

    Animal Services Clerks perform a variety of clerical duties in order to assist customers with adoptions, surrenders, and other animal related services. Ideal candidates should have a strong understanding of general office clerical practices, including use of basic computer programs, operation of standard office equipment, and excellent customer service.

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    Surrender Prevention Coordinator

    Location: Bronx, New York

    Animal Care Centers of NYC

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    Admissions Counselor

    Location: Queens, New York

    Animal Care Centers of NYC

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    Admissions Counselor

    Location: Manhattan, New York

    Animal Care Centers of NYC

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    Foster Program Coordinator

    Location: Brooklyn, New York

    Animal Care Centers of NYC

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    The Foster Program Coordinator is responsible for maintaining day-to-day operations of the foster program. As a Foster Coordinator, you will be responsible for coordinating the movement of animals in and out of foster homes, providing support to a network of over 800 foster parents, and facilitating the adoption process for every animal in foster care.

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    Everyone’s a winner

    Bobby Mann and Ryan Hinderman jumped for joy when they learned that Front Street Animal Shelter had won the 2018 Innovation Showdown.

    Innovation Showdown champions roll out lost pets program in Sacramento

    At Front Street Animal Shelter in Sacramento, California, staffers save close to 90 percent of the nearly 11,000 animals they see each year, a 70-percent increase from 2012. The vast improvement is credited to new staff positions, lifesaving new policies and out-of-the-box marketing and social media efforts. (The shelter recently spoofed TV show “The Bachelor” in an adoption promotion video featuring four adopters vying for one dog.)

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    We love volunteers

    Download this Shareworthy to encourage people to volunteer their time and talents to your lifesaving work

    Download this Shareworthy to encourage people to volunteer their time and talents to your lifesaving work.

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    An affinity for animals

    In A Dog’s Way Home, Bella (played by Shelby) gets her voice from Bryce Dallas Howard. Shelby and several other dogs in the film are adopted pets.

    Star and producer of A Dog’s Way Home talk pit bull-type dogs, plant-based diets and—surprise!—goats

    Based on the novel by W. Bruce Cameron, A Dog’s Way Home hits theaters Jan. 11. At its center is a pit bull-type dog named Bella, whose bond with her owner compels her to travel 400 miles to reunite with him. In these edited interviews, actress Bryce Dallas Howard, who voices Bella, and seven-time Emmy-nominated producer Gavin Polone chat with senior editor Bethany Wynn Adams. (Spoiler alert: They love animals.)

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