Want To Do More? Get Involved!

Want To Do More? Get Involved!

We feel passionately about changing the way cats are fed. Do you? Do you cringe like we do when you see all of that bad food for sale, knowing people are really buying it and taking it home as their cat's next meal? As we expand our advocacy efforts, we need more voices. We have a number of unpaid, part-time volunteer positions open for people serious about cats and their health. People who will make the same commitment to these efforts that they make to their regular jobs, but on a part-time basis. Here they are:
 
 
Social Networking Gurus – Promote Feline Nutrition on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest by posting links to Feline Nutrition's website and videos. You're spending time there anyway. Why not spend a little of that time for a good cause? Post links to articles, blogs, videos and the Resource Center. Invite people to join the Society. Add links and comments on pet-related forums and blogs. We are looking to step up visits to the website, especially among those new to raw diets, and increase membership.
 
Local Heroes – Feline Nutrition requires people who can be relied upon when we need a person "on the ground" in a particular area. From scoping out what is going on in your city to talking with local suppliers to coordinating outreach with shelters and rescue groups. Distribute the One Page Guides and other informational material to vets, retail stores, breeders, shelters and rescue groups to increase awareness of the Society and its efforts to change how cats are fed.
 
Veterinary Science Advisers – Kitty doc? We are always looking for raw savvy veterinarians who would like to contribute to our efforts. From reviewing articles for medical accuracy, writing new medical articles or just being able to answer questions, Feline Nutrition welcomes your involvement. We also seek veterinarians, nutritionists and scientists who are interested in becoming involved in the Foundation's work on feline nutrition programs.
 
Legal Lions – The Society is forming its legal team for activist litigation and defense, non-profit law, legal perspectives on government regulations and business law. If you are an attorney with a love for cats, want to broaden your resume and have the qualifications, contact us at your soonest convenience to get on board.
 
 
Translators Extraordinaire – Do you refer to your feline as "el gato" or "le chat?" Feline Nutrition would like to offer its One Page Guides and other material in languages other than English. Bad diets for cats are everywhere, and we want to reach as many people as we can with our message. French, Swedish, Arabic, or another language that you have expertise in, we are interested.
 
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