Pet Project Rescue

A nonprofit organization

$13,733 raised

100% complete

$13,500 Goal

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Pet Project Rescue’s mission is to end animal homelessness and suffering by providing free spay/neuter services for low-income pet owners and community animal caregivers from Minnesota to Mexico!

Today, in addition to our local Twin Cities Trap, Neuter, Return and rescue program, we work with partners in Mexico to provide free veterinary care for owned and street animals. To date in 2023, we have have spayed/neutered and provided vet care to 997 dogs and cats from MN to Mexico, preventing over 7,500 homeless puppies and kittens. Our Spay/Neuter clinics directly address and greatly improve the issues of overpopulation and animal homelessness, while providing access to vet care for low-income communities from Minneapolis, MN to Playa del Carmen, Mexico.

Today we are raising funds to provide rescue and spay/neuter surgery for Twin Cities community cats and animals who receive vet care at our free spay/neuter clinics in Mexico. Rescues and shelters remain full, which means we are caring for many street animals as they wait for a rescue placement, in addition to our free weekly spay/neuter clinics. We cover the animal's needs while in our care - this means we do not recoup the costs with adoption fees - those dollars go to the rescues that help us find these abandoned animals homes. Our spay/neuter clinics remain a free service to assure no one will face a barrier to access in the low-income communities we serve.

Please give today and help us continue to provide life-saving vet care and second chances for animals in need. Whether you’re able to contribute $5 or $500, every bit helps and together we will prevent future generations of puppies and kittens from being born on the streets and entering shelters. Thank you for your support and shared dedication to end animal homelessness and suffering from MN to Mexico!


  • $5: provides medication to treat one animal with parasites, eye or ear needs
  • $10: vaccinates for one dog or cat
  • $15: treats one animal in need of antibiotics
  • $25: spay/neuters one animal, preventing 15+ animals from being born into homelessness 
  • $50: provide basic vet care and food for 1 rescue cat
  • $100: spay/neuters 5 animals and prevent 38 homeless puppies/kittens
  • $500: funds one Spay/Neuter clinic, impacting 25 animals and their families

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Pet Project Rescue

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BIPOC Serving

BIPOC Serving


PO Box 582861
Minneapolis, MN 55458