The Animal Assistance Group
Office Phone: (705) 575-7030

Volunteering and Fostering

You can make a difference in the life of an animal by volunteering … TAAG is totally volunteer driven so its success depends on the hard work and commitment of volunteers. If you care about animals and have time or a skill to share, we would love to hear from you.

Download Volunteer Form, Email to

‚Äč or Download, print, and mail to 254 Letcher Street, Sault Ste Marie, ON P6C 4Y7  

Volunteer as a Foster Home

TAAG is always in need of Foster Homes for mother cats with kittens, feral kittens who need socializing with TLC and patience, or cats who are recuperating from illness.  

Fostering - Sault Star Article Tuesday December 1, 2015 by Nadine Robinson 

Volunteer Opportunities 

  • Assist with fundraising events, off-site adoption events, garage sales, tables set up at malls.
  • Assist in transporting animals to the veterinarian (must have driver’s licence and a passport/nexus/or enhanced driver's licence since we take pets to the Sault Michigan vet).
  • Pick up food/litter/or cleaning supplies and deliver to the shelter or foster homes.
  • Share ideas on fundraising and special donation drives.
  • Create advertising material to help shelter recognition within a larger community radius.
  • Distribute brochures and donation cans.
  • Gather bedding / supplies for the animals.

Assisting with Lost Pets or Emergency Rescue

TAAG responds when possible to calls for assistance with emergency rescue. As there is a risk of injury when rescuing or trapping an animal, TAAG has only a select number of volunteers able to do this.  If you are interested in assisting in finding lost animals, or with rescue please join TAAG’s Facebook page, or Sault Lost and Found Facebook page, or check SooToday – there are generally open requests for people looking for assistance. 

Anything else you can think of? We are willing to work with you and any ideas you have! Come join our group of dedicated volunteers who strive to make a difference to animals in our community. 

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