We live 45 km from Paris in the countryside with a lot of rescued animals. If you love animals like we do, come and help us care for them.
Volunteer in France with animals – requirements & tasks
We share our lives with a lot of animals – almost all of them have been saved from situations of distress. This is an opportunity for nature and animal lovers, who enjoythe simple things, a walk in the countryside, a cat’s hug by the fire.
We need help with general outdoor maintenance tasks, especially our horses. You will clean the stables, feed & spend time with them.
We will ask you to work for about 15 hours a week and the specific hours are flexible.
Volunteer in France with animals – what we offer
In exchange for your help we provide you with a bedroom, furnished upstairs with wifi access. This room will be reserved for you. You’ll share a bathroom with another room. For meals, we don’t provide them but if you participate in the costs, we can prepare & share them. Or you can cook for yourself, that’s up to you.
This opportunity is perfect for anyone wishing to relax in peace and learn about life with animals. You can also travel around on your days off.
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