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August 2020 News from PuRR Project Puerto Vallarta

July 31, 2020

Donations are the only source of funding to provide food, shelter, and veterinary care for the 200+ cats and kittens in residence at PuRR Project, a no-kill feline shelter located just north of Puerto Vallarta.
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - Here's the latest news from Purr Project, a non-profit, no-kill feline shelter located just north of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, that provides homeless cats and kittens a recuperative stay with the ultimate goal of adopting them out to loving homes sterilized, vaccinated and disease free.

SHELTER UPDATE

This July has been one of the roughest times we have experienced! It started on July 4, after 4 inches of rain and strong winds caused a huge tree to topple behind the bodega, taking out two fences and blocking the road.

Then, four days later, and another 8 inches of rain brought down another huge tree behind the clinic, taking out the fence and blocking the road. The massive roots pulled out the plumbing to the septic tank. Four days later, two trees fell in the yard and crashed through the outdoor litter box.

We were able to hire someone to chainsaw and remove the fallen trees plus do major trimming of 12 more that were thought to be dangerous. They hauled away 15 truckloads of debris. Our contractor was able to repair the plumbing and rebuild the litter box shed.

We are thankful that no damage was done to the ranch house and no one was harmed, though one garden cat was killed. We are hopeful that our precautions will prevent any more damage but Mother Nature can be harsh in the tropics!

THE PURR NURSERY

The shelter took in 15 kittens in July, all of whom were abandoned there in bags or just thrown over the fence. We have hired Dr. Alberto Cervantes to come one day a week and help Dra. Eva keep up with the spaying, neutering and medical emergencies.

We were fortunate to have had 12 adoptions in July, but there are still about 55 kittens waiting to find loving homes.

PuRR Project sponsored a special Kitten Adopt-A-Thon at PetCo over the weekend of July 18-19. We were able to use both the cat and dog rooms at Petco but it was a bit crazy with volunteers herding 16 playful kitties! It was worth it however, with 9 lucky kittens adopted to local families.

FEAURED FELINE: NELLIE

Nellie and brother Nelson were about 8 weeks old when they were found wandering in the shelter gardens on June 11th and were named by Marilyn. We don't know if she is part Manx or was just born without a tail, but Nellie-No-Tail definitely doesn't have one!

She has become a volunteer favorite in the nursery and is just about ready to go up for adoption. If you are interested in adopting her, or one of our adorable kittens, contact Linda at adopt(at)purrproject.com or come check us out at PetCo any Saturday or Sunday.

GRACIAS! THANKS! MERCI! DANKE! ARIGATO!

I know times are rough for all, so we really appreciate your generous donations that will help us through the summer and through these especially hard times.

Thanks to all those who have set up monthly donations through PayPal, and also to Gary Phillips, Sharon & Ken Rose, Averie Sunshine, Joanne Bryla, Karan & Lane Borges, Christine Salidivar and Timothy Oleno for donations last month. Thanks also go to Mindy Harley for her Virtual Adoption!

For more Kitty News, please visit PurrProject.com.



PuRR Project is a Non-Profit shelter in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico that provides homeless cats and kittens a recuperative stay with the ultimate goal to adopt them out to loving homes. All of our residents have been sterilized, vaccinated and are disease free. We accomplish this through our own efforts as well as collaboratively with other animal welfare organizations. Both monetary donations as well as donations of dry cat food are most welcome and much appreciated. For more information, visit PuRRProject.com or send an email to info(at)PurrProject.com.