Our Story and What We Do

Cat Purebred Rescue (CPR) is located in the Pacific Northwest. See our Contact Info page for our address and phone information.

 
CPR Shelter Representatives work with local humane societies and animal control agencies to identify purebred cats and and arrange their release to CPR.  Cats are accepted from individual owners in distress as well.    All CPR cats are examined by a licensed veterinarian.  They receive Feline Leukemia & FIV tests, vaccinations, a microchip and medical care.  All cats are spayed or neutered.
     
 
If needed, CPR cats are professionally groomed.  Grooming includes coat and claw clipping, bathing, flea treatment and brushing or combing.   When their health and condition are assured, CPR cats are available for adoption.  Most are showcased at Petsmart "Luv-A"Pet" Centers; some can be seen at individual foster homes.
     
 
CPR Breed Representatives accept applications, interview potential adopters, and match cats with individuals or families who will keep them save and commit to a lifetime of care.   When an adoption is finalized, the cat prepares to move to his new, loving home. CPR Breed Representatives continue to work with adoptive families to ensure that cats adjust well and important cat care questions are answered.

Our Mission

We are a permanent committee of cat fanciers affiliated with "Responsible Cat Fanciers of the Northwest." We seek to improve life conditions of pedigreed cats of all breeds recognized by the various registries. We do this through education, identification, rescue, and placement. Our goal is to reduce the abandonment and surrender to shelters of pedigreed cats.