- THIS CAT IS NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING; PLEASE CONTACT TAYLOR AT THE EMAIL BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION -
- THIS CAT IS NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING; PLEASE CONTACT DIANE AT THE EMAIL BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION -
I found her five years ago in the rain with infected eyes. The infection healed but her eyesight is not as good as a regular cat. She can navigate our house, yard, and remodels that we work on. She likes a fenced yard and gets along with neighborhood cats as they come in and investigate. She is a good companion, talkative, cuddly, and affectionate. Due to her eyesight children are probably not a good idea. She is spayed with all her shots. We have to give her up because we are retiring and moving to a smaller situation that does not have cats. If you are interested please contact Diane at 503-318-9018 or email at email@example.com.
Hi I’m Bruno! A dashing six year old domestic short hair male feline. My foster mom says I am very healthy and quite flirty when I want attention, I even paw and make biscuits in the air! While shy at first, I am also known to warm up quickly to new company, even mellow dogs and young kids once they’ve settled. I am neutered, microchipped, and current on all vaccines, and my adoption fee is $100. Think I could be just the man you’ve been looking for? Fill out an adoption application at pixieproject.org so we can arrange a time to get to know eachother!
- Grant Will Enhance Pixie’s Veterinary Assistance Program -
Portland, OR (June 16, 2014) – The Pixie Project (@ThePixieProject) announced today that they have received a $7500.00 grant from the Banfield Charitable Trust. The funds will be used to enhance The Pixie Project’s Veterinary Assistance Program.
In addition to their work as an animal adoption center, The Pixie Project provides veterinary services to Portland’s low income and homeless communities at The Scott Wainner Pixie Care Clinic. This grant will help ensure that The Pixie Project can provide these services on a regular basis for the rest of 2014. It will help cover the costs of surgical supplies, veterinarian technicians and the occasional veterinarian when volunteer veterinarians are not available. Services will range from emergency care, such as stitches and amputations, as well as basic veterinary care, including teeth extractions and tumor removal. They will also provide preventative care.
“We are incredibly grateful to Banfield Charitable Trust to partner with us on this project. Veterinary care is expensive, and very often people are asked to surrender their animal if they want it to receive care” says Amy Sacks, The Pixie Project’s Executive Director “We believe that helping animals and keeping them in their current homes helps the already overloaded shelter system from becoming even more burdened.”
The Pixie Project offers support for local over-crowded under-funded county shelters by bringing animals into Pixie’s family friendly adoption center and matching them with forever families. Pixie also offers free and low cost veterinary services including spay and neuter surgeries for the pets of Portland homeless and low-income communities.
About The Pixie Project:
The Pixie Project (@ThePixieProject) in Portland, Oregon is a non-profit animal adoption center and rescue. We love pets and people through personalized pet adoption and low cost veterinary assistance. For more information on the Pixie Project, visit www.pixieproject.org.
Media Contact: For Pixie Project: Brian Berger | firstname.lastname@example.org | 503.701.2215