Our 4 Stage System
Maximum Health Care
1 - Quarantine Clinic
2 - Nursery
3 - Acclimation
4 - The Garden
Give one of their 9 lives a chance...
Sterilize your pets.
Avoid unwanted litters...
Because all 9 lives are precious...
Welcome to PuRR Project!
PuRR Project is a no-kill cat shelter located just north of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, with approximately 200 resident felines. Situated on a ½ acre parcel of land, our adult population roams free within our lush green gardens allowing them to live in a ‘natural’ environment un-caged. Our kittens reside in our Kitten Nursery — a large structure with a small patio — open air concept. PuRR Project also has an on-site clinic with daily veterinarian services.
PuRR Project boasts…
many interesting sights. The Mexican ranch style house on the property has a covered porch where many of our “free to roam” adults gather to snuggle up and sleep away the afternoons. Others join with friends to sleep under their favorite plants or atop their favorite trees, or roof. There is a “group litter box” in our gardens to keep our grounds clean – it even has a roof for rain protection – And feeding time is always a delight to see!
The Kitten Nursery has proven to be a favorite spot for visitors to spend time. We have kittens of all sizes, shapes, colors and personalities. If you’ve never experienced being in a space with MULTIPLE kittens, it’s one you will always remember. But beware – you may not be able to leave PuRR Project empty handed!
PuRR Project is not a rescue organization in the sense that we hit the streets and physically scoop up cats in need. Unfortunately we are not nearly properly staffed or equipped for this step as yet. We DO accept felines that YOU rescue. Click on the Menu item ‘Bringing Us Cats’ for further details.
To provide homeless cats and kittens a recuperative stay at PuRR Project with the ultimate goal to adopt them out to loving homes sterilized, vaccinated and disease free; accomplishing this through our own efforts as well as collaboratively with other animal welfare organizations and veterinarians.
To reduce in significant numbers the suffering that homeless cats and kittens endure.