2011, Chris Miller (Shrek the Third) -- download
The original Perrault Puss in Boots (actually Le Chat Botté) was set in Renaissance France and the main character is a trickster cat who plays humans to better his kind master. A talking cat who is happy to have a pair of boots tricks villagers, the King and an Ogre and ends up having his master rewarded with a title and a princess. Thus goes a very typical Mother Goose tale; Perrault was the real name of Mother Goose. This movie has absolutely nothing to do with the story.
This is faery tale Spain or Mexico or both --- does it really matter when it has to be set in the land of the Shrek movies? I imagine, if this land is anything like the stories from Fables there are many realms all dedicated to the faery tales of the region the tale originates from. That there would be a Mexico or Spain is not surprising. That Humpty Dumpty and Jack & Jill would be there is a bit more surprising. This is an origin story for a cat in boots who grew up in an orphanage as brother to an egg. We get a convoluted tale more likened to an indie movie with guns and Tarantino violence, with heist elements and revenge. We don't get an explanation of why he is a musketeer but they do try to connect it to Zorro, which did have fancy hats and swords. It has some cute in-jokes and some great animation, but the whole Jack & Jill as homicidal crime lords seemed.... misplaced and unfortunate. The best part is the use of a giant goose as a Godzilla style kaiju.