My fiancé and I moved down to her family house in a small Mexican village on the outskirts of puerto vallarta.
Marina was here last summer and rescued a little kitty from the rain. What followed was more kitties. Since then all the females have been fixed. A few new kittens have been born, but those mothers have been fixed. Now the kittens need to be fixed. These procedures are cheaper in Mexico, but with the amount of cats we rescue, it can get expensive.
We also feed them once a day and encourage them to be hunters so they don't depend on us. We travel for work and pay a neighbor to feed them and look after them while we are gone. It would be nice to keep the place stocked with food. they go through 1.5 big bags of cat food a month.
One by one we are helping the cat population of paso ancho and giving them refuge up here on cat mountain.
the perk is knowing that you are helping to humanly take care of these crazy little jungle cats. Without us they would continue to populate the area and possibly be poisoned by locals