Photography by Lara Blair
October 4th, 2017

–THIS CAT IS NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT; THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON WENDY, PLEASE CONTACT AISLINN AT THE EMAIL BELOW–

Dobby is an 8 year old, calico Sphinx. She is pure-bred and extra soft and fuzzy! Some things to know about her; she is extremely cuddly, very talkative, and playful. She loves to sit on your shoulder, almost like a parrot! She is up to date on all of her shots and has had recent dental work done, so her teeth are all nice and taken care of!  A few things to watch out for with her; she is extremely territorial with other cats. She does pretty well with dogs, but she needs to be in an only cat household. She is litter box trained, but when there are other cats involved or her litter box isn’t clean, she tends to have accidents outside of the litter box. Dobby is also a very curious cat, she loves the sunshine and sitting up on window sills, but when coming in and out of the house, she likes to try and make her way outside, which is not an option for hairless cats. She also is very ticklish on her sides and can get a bit defensive if you’re petting her there.

Here are some things you need to keep in mind when adopting a Sphinx because the breed is a bit high maintenance. They need to be given baths once every week and need to have their ears cleaned regularly. They also get cold in the winter time so they need to have blankets they can snuggle in or sweaters they can wear! Which can be super fun and when adopting her, we will be sending her with a couple sweaters we have purchased for her and her own litter box.

 Dobby is a sweet and beautiful cat and we wish that we could keep her. We had to rescue her from a bad situation and we tried to make it work with our two other cats but it has been rough for all of them. Upon adoption, we are looking to recoup some of the dental fees, which means we are looking to charge $200 dollars for her. This number is negotiable, if this seems low to you please keep in mind that the money is not as important as finding the perfect home for her. She deserves a healthy and loving home and we are hoping for the best.
 If you are interested in our little house elf Dobby please feel free to contact us at aislinngray@gmail.com. We look forward to hearing from you!





September 24th, 2017

-THIS DOG IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH PIXIE! THIS IS A COURTESY POST; PLEASE EMAIL missmaemae@yahoo.com FOR MORE DETAILS-

Hello friends! Meet the one and only-Miss Mae Mae! Miss Mae Mae is a 3-4 year old female Boston
Terrier weighing in at a super heavy duty weight of 7lbs! She loves cheese snacks, giving kisses, burying
under cozy blankets and naps on a lap. Don’t be alarmed when you hear loud snores during nap
time….that just means the nap is really good!! Miss Mae Mae is a sweet, funny Boston with some special
issues that she wants you to know about. Miss Mae Mae is either fully deaf or has very limited hearing,
(so if you snore too, she wouldn’t mind)! That snoring and snorting is due to being born with
brachycephalic syndrome..short nosed problems! Miss Mae Mae has a one of a kind strut! She has a
misaligned/shaped patella on her back leg that gives her that one of a kind strut so short walks around
the block are great but any further and her leg starts to get sore. A comfy couch or a bed by the fire is
her more her cup of tea. Miss Mae Mae is social with everyone but a lower traffic home with kids over 12
and calm smaller sized dogs would be just right! Miss Mae Mae is such a sweet, wonky little Boston girl
that will bring lots of love into your home. Due to her medical special needs we do ask that you are
secure financially and ready to have a great nap time buddy!!
Rehoming Fee: We are asking $300- Includes Spayed, current vaccinations, micro-chipped, her favorite
red leash and harness.
Please email missmaemae@yahoo.com if interested in filling out an application or have any questions about me!

 






September 22nd, 2017

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PURRRRR. . . . I’m “Buddy”, a one-eyed super affectionate, calm, loving, and healthy 3 yr. old male. I recently arrived in Portland after being rescued in Miami, FL.
My favorite things are to cuddle with you and purr, I am very playful and will entertain myself with almost any cat toy. Crawling up onto your lap and chest to get a “hug” always brings me joy. I love to be near you, but I’m also happy to find a quiet spot to cuddle up by myself when you’re busy. Although I’ve been told I have only one eye, and that my eye surgeries were successful, all I know is that I am as “normal” as everyone else – seeing is no problem and I don’t require any additional medication or treatments! I have been neutered and received all of my vaccinations, but I am FIV positive which means that I can lead a regular, healthy life; however; I need to live Indoors. PLEASE contact my foster parents to obtain more information and arrange to come meet me . . . I would love to meet you!!

Foster Parents Sarah 503-964- 7278
Email: sxh117@gmail.com






September 14th, 2017


–THIS CAT IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT; THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT PING, PLEASE CONTACT ERIN AT THE EMAIL BELOW–

Ping has lived the life of an in/outdoor cat for 6 years, starting in TX and now OR. He went missing for a couple months recently, got picked up by animal rescue, and the high volume cage facility may have stressed him. Upon return, a baby was handling him a way Ping didn’t like, so he ‘tried to bite’ (or as we cat-folk would say ‘warned’) the baby – but never broke skin. His dad also tried to give him a bath, which resulted in some ‘no thank-you’ scratches. His family thought their only choice was to euthanize, so our vet offered to to help him find a child-free home where he may perch wherever he pleases without being bothered, and where he can doing all his own grooming. He may even do well with behavioral supplements. We at the clinic have observed his snuggly side, but can all agree he gets grumbly from staying in the kennel – which is why he is being fostered in a staff member’s home. Since being in the foster home, he has been very playful and affectionate! Please email emurphy.fvc@gmail.com for information regarding Ping if you might know where he can live the rest of his healthy days.






September 1st, 2017

-THIS DOG IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH PIXIE! THIS IS A COURTESY POST; PLEASE CONTACT MARK AT THE EMAIL BELOW FOR MORE DETAILS-

Toby is a 12 year old Boykin Spaniel who was rescued from the Sherwood Equestrian Facility and is being fostered by Mark Lucas of Portland Oregon. Toby is a kind and gentle 12 year old Boykin Spaniel. He enjoys his short walks to the park several times a week. He gets along well with his foster brother and sister Buddy and Lady who are Cocker Spaniels. He shows no aggression toward cats or small dogs. He’s truly a sweet kind boy. He is doggy door trained and hasn’t had any accidents since he’s been in his foster home. Toby loves his food and treats but is on a reduced meal and treat plan since he is a bit overweight. Toby would love to find a nice calm home where he can be loved and cared for during his senior years. If anyone knows of someone who would open their heart and home to Toby please get in contact with Mark Lucas (cmg911sc@aol.com). If you would like to meet please email me to arrange a time and place to meet Toby.






August 26th, 2017

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Penny (top photo) is 5 years old, spayed and weighs around 6-7 lbs. She is very shy at first but when she warms up to you loves to cuddle. Her favorite place is on a warm lap or on your chest when you recline. She loves to catch bugs that may creep into your house. Uses litter box diligently and keeps herself clean. Uses scratching post only. Eats Wellness brand indoor chicken cat food and loves tuna fish or Lean Treats as a snack. Does well with older kids and dogs. Younger children she tends you avoid as they can scare her with their energy. Never been aggressive or had any behavioral problems.

Parker (middle photo) is a very laid back loveable 10 year old neutered cat, and weighs around 9 lbs. He prefers to lounge most of the time, especially in the direct sunlight shining through a window. He loves everyone and is very cuddly. He is very patient with young children and dogs. He lived with a 1 year old that would lay on him and tug his tail and Parker didn’t mind, when he had enough he would simply walk away. Never been aggressive or had any behavioral problems. Uses cat box and scratching posts.

Would prefer they go to home together as they seem to find comfort with each other. Willing to donate their food (about 2 months worth), litter (Costco size bag), scratching post, cat condo, litter box, heart worm/flea prevention, and cat carriers.

If you would like to learn more about Penny and Parker, please call or email Adrea at 509-961-5557 / adrea.chichester@yahoo.com.






August 1st, 2017

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“Annapurna”, AKA ” Baby Kitty”, is a spayed  1 1/2 year old gorgeous Snow Bengal that by no fault of her own is looking for a new home. Our family has had a medical crisis that leaves us needing to rehome her and we are heart broken to have to do this as she is a wonderful kitty.

Baby Kitty is very much a queen as she struts about in a regal manner and speaks her mind about whatever she wants to declare for the day. While she is a purr machine and loves to be petted she is not a lap cat as this is beneath her royal status. While most Bengals are very active she is on the calmer side and loves to nap with her people. She does love a good play session involving feathered toys and will leap about showing her acrobatic skills. She would do best as the only cat in the home as there can only be one queen in the castle. She is used to small canines and actually loves to play hide and pounce with them. She would be happiest in a home (not an apartment) where there is activity and people around as she is used to older children and company throughout the day. We allow her to explore the secured backyard with supervision and she loves her royal duties of chasing butterflies and sniffing flowers. She is fed a special diet of raw chicken and turkey that is best for Bengal cats that can be purchased at many pet stores. She is a love and would bring much joy.

We are asking a reasonable rehoming fee that is negotiable for the right home. 

Please email if interested in having your own snow leopard and learning more about her: bindivc@gmail.com. 






July 27th, 2017

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Hi! I’m Susan. I’m a 2-year-old, female, long-haired cat. I am very frisky but love naps as much as the next cat. I want to explore the outdoors and have a nice warm bed to cuddle up in at night. I’m a bit anxious around strangers and need a home that doesn’t have a lot of people coming and going. I have lived in a home with other cats and children successfully. But I might like a place without either for my next home, as I enjoy being the center of attention. If you are looking for a queenly beauty with a playful side, then call my current owner and find out how to adopt me! I am spayed, litter box trained, have all my shots, and am FIV-negative. I also need someone who can brush my fluffy fur and keep it free of matts.

If you think you might want to adopt me, my current caretaker Rhea will ask you a few questions and set up an appointment for us to meet. Contact rheawolfastrology@gmail.com or call 503-234-8996.