Each Saturday Pet Project is at the Briargate Petsmart store location for our weekly adoption event from 11-3. The stores number is 719-531-7870. The cats and kittens are available at all 3 locations SOUTHGATE, BRIARGATE, and MONUMENT seven days a week at their love a pet centers. We have hundreds of cats and kittens that need homes and we are often behind on our Petfinder listings. If you do not see what you are looking for please call 719-583-1113 and ask us. PLEASE ADOPT A RESCUE CAT! We take cats from the Pueblo, La Junta, Canyon City and Raton, NM shelters. All cats/kittens are spayed or neutered, have been tested and are negative for Leukemia and FIV, are up to date on their vaccines and have been de-wormed. The adoption donation for most kittens is 100$, adult cats are 75$. Siamese, himalayan, manx or bobtail kittens are 150$, while adults are 125$. The adoption donation is tax exempt and is deductible from your taxes. The list of adoptable pets is updated daily. If you don't see the cat that you want to adopt, please email us and we will assist you! Download our application Please fax completed applications to 719-647-8984.
Please remember to support the Colorado Pet Overpopulation Fund on your 2014 tax return! Simply check the box at the end of your state tax return and give generously!
Pet Project is the leading Southern Colorado cat rescue group. We do not have a shelter, we rely on a dedicated group of foster parents. We have non- profit status and maintain an all- volunteer staff. We take cats and a very few dogs from local shelters. We offer advice regarding pet care and behavioral concerns, and strive to be an organization of honesty and integrity. We work to provide quality care for the animals and we are honest with perspective pet owners about animal history and temperament. We are dedicated to finding the perfect pet for you. Pet Project believes strongly that spaying and neutering is critical in the effort to lower the numbers of unwanted pets. Our policy is that all of our animals are spayed or neutered before they go home with their adoptive families.