Hello I’m Levon. I’m 9 years old and great to have around the house. I’m a sweet boy but a little bit shy. You my find me in one of my favorite spots by the window or under your bed. However when I need to cuddle or get scratches behind my ears and under my chin I will definitely make an appearance. I’d love for you to make an appearance and come visit me. Contact the Pixie Project to find out more about me. I’m neutered and vaccinated. Adoption fee $100
Join us on Tuesday, March 18 at Blossoming Lotus Portland located at 1713 NE 15th Ave. 10% of proceeds from that day will go to support The Pixie Project from 11 am until 9 pm. Blossoming Lotus serves organic, freshly made, world vegan fusion cuisine with delicious cooked and live food options. And trust us. This food IS delicious!! Please join us on Tuesday!
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We are downsizing. Thus, we need to re-home our beautiful miniature donkey named Eeyore and our curious llama, Mocha. Eeyore is 11 and Mocha is 16. They have been together for 8.5 years under our care. Both are gelded and under the right circumstances, we would consider separating them to good homes. We would ideally like to place them within 50-75 miles of the Portland metropolitan area, so we could visit them once in a while. Of course, they would have to go to a great family with mud-free fields and paddocks, shelter, daily access to fresh water, etc. Eeyore needs his hooves trimmed and de-worming several times throughout the year. Mocha requires deworming, especially in spring and summer. His hooves do not require trimming. Each require annual vaccinations too.
Important: Eeyore, the mini-donkey, would need to have his field grazing managed and limited during the spring and early summer months when the grasses are rich (i.e. “hot”) due to his founder previous to our ownership. He shouldn’t eat grain either. He loves carrots as does Mocha. They make good livestock guard animals too!
Are you that family? We’re not in a hurry because we feel it’s better to take our time and find a great match. Once again, we will consider separating them if need be. Perhaps you could haul them in lieu of a re-homing fee?
Contact Kent and Lynn at 503-358-3381 for more information.