June 5, 2011
Project Purr comprises an extraordinarily dedicated and compassionate team that serves feral cats and kittens in Santa Cruz County. They oversee a large TNR program, maintain feral communities that don't reproduce but do hold the niche. They also place ferals who have no safe colony as barn or garden cats, providing extensive wisdom and support to help people establish these beautiful helpers as rodent control troops. They hand tame and socialize feral kittens, and place them in loving adoptive homes. And, last but certainly not least, they are active advocates, educating and assisting. They are well organized and they truly care. I have had only positive experiences and I recommend them without reservation.
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MY ROLE:Client Served & Foster mom.