The schedule for the 2017-2018 PuRR Project Ranch Tours has been set, the buildings have been buffed and polished, and the cats are waiting for you at the gate!
The first tour will be Wednesday, November 22. The air-conditioned van will leave Superior Tours' office at Plaza Romy in Old Town at 9:00 am, VIPS Restaurant by the Marina Walmart at 9:20am, or the Lago
Real Walmart parking lot in Nuevo at approximately 9:45 am.
In addition to meeting all 180 cats and kittens up close and personal, we also make a quick stop in San Juan de Valle, a charming little Mexican town near the ranch where we've discovered a great taco stand and some interesting little tiendas. You'll be back at your pick-up point in Vallarta by 1:30 pm.
Reserving your spot is a breeze. Just go to PuRR Project and click on 'Shelter Visits' at the top of the page. You'll find all the info you need about visiting the ranch, or you can contact our Tour Director, Bob Doelger, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The donation cost is only 400 pesos if you pay on the van or $20usd if you pay on-line by PayPal.
Please note that these tours have been completely funded so every peso of your donation goes directly to the care of the cats residing at the ranch. Please respect the fact that van space is limited - last-minute no-shows result in an empty seat and a loss of donations.
You can sign up now for any of the following dates: November 22; December 6 and 20; January 3, 17 and 31; February 14 and 28; March 14 and 28.
Come out and pet, cuddle, hug, nuzzle, pamper, and snuggle to your heart's content!
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