Photography by Lara Blair
September 20th, 2017

My name is Nermal, and I am a darling blue/gray kitty with sparkling green eyes. I am about 5 years old and am very, very sweet. I got my name from the Garfield comics, since I’m a lot like the cute little gray kitten who is just so friendly! Although I am still pretty new to the shelter and I may be a little bashful at first, I don’t have a mean bone in my body and once someone starts petting me, I quickly relax and start purring. I have very soft, thick fur like a typical Russian Blue kitty, and I get along great with other cats. I would be a wonderful companion for another young kitty like myself and would do well with a family or with a single person — and anything in between! I’m very playful and adventurous, but probably don’t have much interest in going outside. I’d be a great apartment kitty and am very low-maintenance, so I think I’d be a purr-fect match just about anywhere! Are you missing a cat like me in your life? Come down to Pixie to meet me today! I come to you fixed, vaccinated, and micro-chipped for an adoption fee of $100.






 

Do you love to eat food?  Do you love The Pixie Project?

When you visit the Southeast Portland Chipotle from 4 to 8 pm on October 5th, half the proceeds will come to the amazing cats and dogs at Pixie!  To support us, just show the cashier the flyer (in hand or on a mobile device) or, simply tell them you’re supporting the fundraiser when paying at checkout. Easy Peasy!

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September 11th, 2017

Hello! How do you do? My name is Sheena and I am about 2 years old weighing in at 45lbs. I’ve got to say, I’m quite a catch! Just look how beautiful I am. Not to mention mysterious! Especially because not a lot of people know my mix. But everyone tends to say that I look like a sheltie mix, especially in the face. I absolutely adore being around my people, even with kids down to about age 8. My perfect day would involve snoozing, cuddling with my family, playing fetch with my toys, learning something new, and eating.  I’m really much happier playing with my people in the yard and need to be in an owned home somewhere rural and out of the main city . Not only do I have the looks, but the smarts too. I’m already perfectly house trained. I’m even crate trained! And I am always eager to learn more and enjoy working my mind, so more training would be such a blast. Though dog parks would be too overwhelming for me, I do have some dog play pals that I do enjoy romping around with. No kitties in my home please! I am just a fun, active, gorgeous gal just looking for my new pal! Will it be you? Fill out an application today! I come to you vaccinated, micro-chipped, and spayed with an adoption fee of $300.

 






August 26th, 2017

— THIS CAT IS NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT; THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING. PLEASE CONTACT ALEX AT THE NUMBER OR EMAIL BELOW FOR MORE DETAILS —

Meet Jackson, a handsome and part-Maine coon male. Jackson is an extremely friendly, confident, outgoing, and calm cat. He is a chill dude, and everyone loves him. He loves to be around people and to be petted and brushed. He is not a lap cat, though. He is good with kids but does not love to be held or carried. He is about 7-8 years old, neutered, microchipped and declawed in the front (done by previous owner).

We inherited Jackson and already had 2 cats. His previous owner let him come and go with a cat door. We are in a condo that does not allow animals to roam. Jackson is unhappy being in the house all the time and has started taking it out on our female cat. He is fine with our male cat and our dog. We would love to find Jackson a home with a yard or even a porch.

If you would like to hear more about him, please text or email Alex at 813-416-5465 or kevans629@gmail.com.






August 23rd, 2017

— THIS CAT IS NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT; THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING. PLEASE CONTACT SUSAN AT THE EMAIL BELOW FOR MORE DETAILS —

As sad as we are to post this, my wife and I are looking to rehome our beloved 5 year old Bengal (F4) Ollie. We are both new medical professionals that cannot give him the care and attention Bengal’s need. We have had him since he was an 8 week old kitten. He has a very easy temperament and is affectionate and nice to strangers. He has shown some anxiety by licking his back and has lost some fur. We recently moved here from NYC into another small apartment and with all the recent stress his anxiety appears worse. With our busy schedule and tight quarters, we conclude it is not fair to Ollie. We think he would do better in a larger place and perhaps be the only pet or be with another very calm, non bossy pet. We are anxious to have this happen fairly quickly. He is a wonderful, stunning pet. He just needs a calm, quiet home and with a family who has time to give him the time and TLC we can no longer provide

Please contact Susan at susanchodroff@gmail.com if you would like to meet Ollie!






August 21st, 2017

10 Year Anniversary Pixie Party!

Join us for an evening to remember, featuring amazing food and drinks, live music, unique auction items, and great opportunities to help Pixie!

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November 5th
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July 31st, 2017

-THIS DOG IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH PIXIE! THIS IS A COURTESY POST; PLEASE CONTACT BETSY AT 503-621-3675 FOR MORE DETAILS.-

This is Tuck, a 12 year old Siberian Husky! He’s a sweet boy and we would like to find him an appropriate home! Tuck is friendly and very food motivated.  He is not reactive to dogs, cats or any farm animals.  He’s interested, enjoys his walks on the farm, and is not reactive or alarmed by other animals.  He moves around well but is taking Rimadyl for his joints.  One of the side effects of his earlier neglect was a raging ear infection and terrible skin problems.  He now has a beautiful coat and his skin is looking great.  His ears are under control too.  Whew!  He’s not crazy about having his nails clipped but tolerates it well. We usually put a soft muzzle on him during nail clips.  He is a typical Husky in that he doesn’t really bark but he does talk when he wants something—kind of a howly sound.  But he’s really not noisy.  He just lets you know if you are late with his food!  In general he’s very quiet.  He would do well in a home where someone could take him out for regular potty breaks.  He never soils his bed but he’s a Senior and needs consistent potty time or easy access to a place to potty.  He’s beautiful, perky and enjoys everything and everyone.  But please no very small children or  very active dogs in a home for Tuck.  He would be fine with another mellow dog or cats.  He’s a Senior with typical aches and pains of an older individual and children tugging on him or dogs pouncing on him would be a difficult situation for him. Prospective families or individuals can contact Betsy at The Charlton Kennels, 503-621-3675.

 






July 20th, 2017

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

I have a 10 year old petite, 6 lb black cat named Jenga.  I adopted her 8 years ago from a no kill shelter in Florida. Unfortunately the dynamics in my home have changed and I live with my girlfriend who has a service dog.  
Jenga and the dog do not get along and Jenga would prefer to be an only animal. She was a sweet, cuddle cat before living with the dog.I’m seeking a loving, quiet forever home for her. I know that if she wasn’t in the environment that she’s in now that she’d be back to her old self; a sweet lap cat who love to purr and loves her people. She is spayed and microchipped and FIV/FELV negative.
 
Please feel free to email me at splendora97@yahoo.com back or call/text me at 813-295-1452.  






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