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Phone: 831/423-MEOW
PO Box 891
Santa Cruz
California 95061
USA
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Target demographics: Santa Cruz County, California

Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: Feeding a stray cat? Too many kittens? You can help neighborhood cats have a better life! Spread the word about our low cost program in your neighborhood. Borrow a trap and be a neighborhood hero: Set an example and help teach our children a kinder way to treat animals.

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Project Purr is an all-volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to saving lives of unsocialized cats and kittens by providing accessible low cost feral cat spay/neuter to all Santa Cruz County, California residents, regardless of income. Project Purr advocates Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) as the only humane solution to reducing cat overpopulation.
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10/12/12
Project Purr is a fantastic organization. This is truly a labor of love. They are dedicated and passionate about making a difference in the lives of cats. We have adopted 6 feral cats from Project Purr and it was a wonderful experience. Our 4 acres are rodent free and the cats provide daily ... more »
10/12/12
Project Purr is an incredible organization with a compassionate mission, a solid management team, and dedicated volunteers. Project Purr has made a huge impact in the community by humanely controlling community cat populations through Trap-Neuter-Return, rescue efforts for kittens, and adoption. ... more »
06/06/11
Project Purr helped us save two feral cats who were living at Lakeview Middle School but needed to be relocated. We had previously had the cats fixed but our principal said they had to go anyway. We found a new home for our ferals (through a flyer at Aptos Starbucks) but had no idea how to ... more »
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