Photography by Lara Blair
April 11th, 2017

— THIS CAT IS NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH PIXIE PROJECT. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT LACY AT THE EMAIL BELOW — 

Hi there! My name is Mona.  I’m a 12 year old sweetheart that loves sitting in laps (especially during Netflix marathons), curling up in a windowsill, and being brushed.   I also love cat nip!

Even though I’m older like one of the Golden Girls, I have a lot of spunk and energy. Plus I’m super healthy, ever since I overcame my weight problem and turned into a fit and trim little gal.

I need a new home because my Mom married someone with a severe kitty allergy and I’m not getting to be the lapcat that I love to be.  I’m quite the extrovert if I’m the only animal in the room and tend to be more of a scaredy cat around other animals.  I’m spayed, litter box trained, and have had my teeth cleaned several times over the past few years.  Mostly, I’m an indoor cat but I do enjoy fresh air and sunshine.

Contact Lacy at 971-284-3410 to schedule a meeting.






March 29th, 2017

THIS DOG IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT! THIS IS A COURTESY POST; PLEASE CONTACT ANDREA AT THE NUMBER BELOW FOR DETAILS-

Look out Lassie, there’s a new kid in town, and her name is Sadie! Sadie is a loving, athletic and social girl who is approximately 2-3 year old. She weighs around 75 pounds and is a shepherd mix. Sadie was rescue in Houston, Texas after giving birth to 11 puppies. She was a great mom and took great care of her pups. She was well socialized around other dogs, small and large, and with people and respectful children while in Texas. She came to the Pacific Northwest with one of her pups and is currently being fostered in Portland, Oregon. Sadie was made for the Pacific NW because she loves to be outside and would be a great running, hiking and camping partner.  The best home for her would be one where she has a fenced yard to romp in when not enjoying the outdoors with her family. She loves car rides – oh how she loves car rides! She would do well as the only dog and as a part of a pack as she has loved sharing a home with her 8 month old daughter, Isla too. They are incredibly silly and playful which makes for a great deal of entertainment for observing humans who can’t help but smile seeing all the fun being shared. Sadie is smart and has been very trainable. She is responsive and obedient with all the basic commands and enjoys training time. She also loves to cuddle! Sadie is waiting to hear from her forever family. And her foster mom is happy to share more about her and arrange a meet and greet too! If you are interested in meeting me, please reach out to my foster Andrea at 503-348-6216 or drearun@hotmail.com!

 






March 27th, 2017

lily

Hi, my name is Lily, I’m 5 years old and I am a cuddly, talkative gal. I’ll get you with my big, swimming pool eyes and full coat of fur. Some would say I’m shy at first, but I’m just looking for a loving home and a compatible family who can give me the attention I need. I don’t like being picked up very much, nor am I a big fan of boxes, but things I do like are: ear scratches, nuzzles, cuddling  at night, and following you wherever you go.  I’m the ideal roommate; I’m extremely clean because I love keeping my fur extra soft for you, am very quiet and sneaky so I won’t wake you up at night (except for my snuggling). I can’t wait to meet you! I am in a foster home, so contact Pixie to set up a meeting with me! I come to you spayed, vaccinated, and micro-chipped for an adoption fee of $100.






March 16th, 2017

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Hi my name is Molly. I am looking for a new home as I lost my owner who was 105.5 years of age when she passed away. She was sort of a celebrity and was even on the show called cuppa Joe on KG W news. She also rescued me from the pound. I am about eight years of age and I am not used to living with any other animals or children. I can be very affectionate and I also like my alone time. I can’t wait to find my new forever home. If you are interested in meeting me, please email Katy at katykdcam@comcast.net.






March 15th, 2017

–THIS CAT IS NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING; PLEASE CONTACT STEPHANIE AT THE EMAIL/PHONE NUMBER BELOW FOR MORE DETAILS

Daisy is a 17 year old sweet, quiet indoor-only cat who I took in to foster after her “mom and dad” passed away 6 months apart from each other from cancer. This has been devastating for us all. I took her in as her former house-sitter and family friend. Alas, she is not adjusting well in our home. She needs to be the only cat in a home. She does well with low key dogs who know how to respect a cat’s space. No kids unless they are older kids who know how to be gentle and respectful to cats. In my house, she has become increasingly agitated at random times and if she ever sees one of the other cats I worry she’s stressing herself out so badly that she’s going to give herself a stroke. She basically doesn’t leave my room anymore. I am heartbroken as I wish she would understand that our home wants to provide her with love. But so many changes so soon seem to be proving too much for this old lady.

Family members of the deceased are more than willing to cover all costs of care for this cat.  I am really just trying to find a trusting home for peace of mind that this cat can live out the end of her life comfortably and peacefully. As far as I know she is healthy and has no obvious medical concerns. For more information, please contact Stephanie at: king.stephanie.n@gmail.com or 503-367-3643.






March 12th, 2017

-THIS DOG IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT.  THIS IS A COURTESY POST; PLEASE CONTACT ALI AT THE INFO BELOW FOR MORE DETAILS-
Meet Cricket! Cricket is a 5 year old, snugly Yorkshire Terrier that we got from a rescue a year and a half ago. She defines lap dog! In fact, if she sees you headed in the general direction of a chair, she is one step ahead of you and already planning on jumping on your lap for the remainder of the evening. Cricket doesn’t like toys and is not very playful. She loves to be held and just wants to be in the same room as you. Rain is stressful to her so a covered patio for going potty outside would be helpful in preventing accidents. If the weather is nice, she likes short walks. Cricket knows basic commands such as “sit” lay down” “outside?” and “go potty.” She definitely knows the word “treat!” 🙂 If she goes in a room she isn’t allowed in, we say “out” and she obeys. She knows “on your bed” when we are putting her to bed at night or leaving the house during the day. She is not crate trained (makes her anxious) but she does well with dog boarding when we vacation. We trained her to sleep in the dog bed and at night and keep her closed off in our kitchen with our other dog. They sleep on a dog bed which has a pet heating pad underneath that they LOVE! Our vet actually recommended letting her sleep in our bed to help relieve her stress at night. She would not object to sleeping in your bed with you….if you allow that in your home. 😉

Why we are re-homing her:

Cricket has been misplaced one too many times. She has chronic stress and anxiety. Cricket is currently living with our family of four (we have two teenagers and another small dog). We feel she would be happier and healthier in a home where someone is home most of the day. (Work at home? Retired?) When we got her, she was living with a foster family that had small children and lots of other dogs. They told us she was “generally happy and sweet natured, she just needed to put on a few pounds.” They had placed her before we got her and it didn’t work out so she went back to the foster home. When we got home with her we quickly learned that Cricket has text book anxiety and needed lots of extra love and nutrition. She growls when scared, starts sneezing and licking her lips excessively, or scratching at herself excessively when she is scared, intimidated or nervous. After trying everything natural for anxiety in pets, we tried medication. She responded very well to the medicine but we unfortunately can’t afford to medicate her monthly. Our biggest concern with keeping her is that our family lifestyle is causing her more anxiety than she can handle. If interested in her adoption, please contact Ali at 503-853-4473 or Aliheiken@gmail.com! We are asking a $200 adoption fee.






February 22nd, 2017

 

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Hazel is looking for a new home! She is a 12 year old, spayed, brown doxie. Due to no fault of her own, her humans can no longer care for her. She is currently in Battle Ground, WA. Although she is on the older side (and having a few special needs, she still has a lot of life and love to give. She loves sitting on her human’s lap most of all!

Unfortunately, ODR, Inc. is over-full and cannot take her in. If you or anyone you know can help, please share this email or contact their current caretaker, David at (360) 9040166 or davidgwyman@comcast.net. Thank you!






February 14th, 2017

-THESE CATS ARE NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING; PLEASE CONTACT THE EMAIL BELOW FOR MORE DETAILS
Mishka is a sweet, loving kitty who loves to snuggle at the foot of the bed or on the pillow next to you.  She’s a very loving and affectionate cat who loves to curl up next to you and loves to spend lots of time in front of the heater! She likes her head scratched. She’s not really that playful because she’s older (she’s about 10 years old), and she hides a lot unless it’s super quiet in the house. She would do best in a quiet, adult-only home and would love someone who was around a lot since she’s very affectionate. She is spayed, up-to-date on vaccines, and has been to the vet recently. She is in good health and needs a less stressful environment where she can open up and be more confident.
For more information, please contact Hannah at 503-709-0608 or akhannahmae@gmail.com.






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