Photography by Lara Blair
March 25th, 2017

–THIS CAT IS NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING; PLEASE CONTACT THE VET CLINIC AND/OR JORDYN AT THE NUMBER BELOW FOR MORE INFO–

Hello my name is Baby and I am one sweet boy! I am neutered and declawed on all for feet. I love all dogs and cats!! I am 13 years old and a love bug! With my age out there in the open now you should know before you adopt me I am diabetic so I’m going to need some special love and care, including medicine twice a day and a special diet. But I’m worth it. I swear!!

Would you like to adopt me? Call Companion Pet Clinic of Forest Grove 503-357-3638 and ask for Jordyn! She can tell you all about me! Or call Jordyn directly 503-931-5257






March 23rd, 2017

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

Tuesday is a very loved, sweet and spicy 9-year-old male domestic shorthair. He has beautiful green eyes and a luxurious silky black coat. This handsome guy craves attention and enjoys cuddles and pets, on his own terms. Tues likes to observe and be close to the action, and he responds to his name (and a few nicknames). He tends to enjoy lounging around and is not very vocal. He has lived indoors with the same human since he was a kitten and has lived with a rambunctious young dog for the last four years. It seems Tuesday has gotten too stressed in his older age in this living environment and began urinating outside the litter box. Tuesday is seeking a lower stress home and a compassionate human willing to help him readjust to his new life. Tuesday’s current human is heartbroken to have to find him a new home, and wants to find a truly special person to take him as their own.

If you would like to meet the Tues, contact cassiecapone@gmail.com









March 19th, 2017

Hi everyone! My name is Whiskey and I am an adorable 4 year old Shar Pei/Cattle Dog mix weighing in at 40lbs. You can ask everyone in town and they will tell you that I am the highest quality top shelf shot of cuteness around! I am a mellow guy who loves to go for my afternoon walk around the block or even a nice long hike in the gorge would be just wonderful. When I am not out walking or snuggling by your side, I like to spice it up and play fetch with my favorite toys! It has to be those squeaky ones of course. I can sometimes be shy meeting new pups, but have made some good Pixie doggy pals here and wouldn’t mind having another pup in the home. But those dogs parks would be a little overwhelming for me. I also enjoy meeting new human friends over 14 and those kitties are ok too! Since I can occasionally sing, I would need to be in a home owned by my adopters. Sweet and sometimes aloof, I am really a dog that is ready to bond to that special someone! Are you ready to get drunk off my love? Then fill out an application and ask for a shot of me today! I come to you neutered, vaccinated, and micro-chipped with an adoption fee of $300.







We’re so grateful to Jeff and Mercedes-Benz of Wilsonville for helping us make connections with new shelter partners and for funding the transfer of animals in need to Pixie!

As the owner of Mercedes-Benz of Wilsonville in Oregon, and Epic Ford in Everett, WA, Jeff Swickard has put giving back at the forefront of his businesses.

In 2016, Mercedes-Benz of Wilsonville donated over $116,000 to nonprofits, with giving in 2015 and 2014 totaling $140,000 and $90,000, respectively.

While his businesses regularly support a variety of causes, including arts, local veterans, children’s cancer, and other charitable organizations, Jeff’s personal passion is in supporting animal welfare organizations, including the Pixie Project.

In fact, for each car sold, Mercedes-Benz of Wilsonville donates $100 to either the Pixie Project or Oregon Dog Rescue. In December 2016, that meant a $14,000 donation to the Pixie Project to help find homes for animals!

Jeff was inspired to get involved with animal welfare in 2005, after welcoming a rescue dog into his family. That experience compelled him to help other animals like her.

He is passionate about supporting organizations that help animals most in need, including those at high-risk of euthanasia and animals impacted by medical needs, breed discrimination, behavioral problems, and other disadvantages.

“I’m drawn to the Pixie Project,” he says, ”because of their commitment to helping animals that might not otherwise be adopted, like those from overcrowded rural shelters, as well as the vital veterinary care services they provide to low-income pet owners.”

As a donor, Jeff is motivated by the the millions of animals still in our shelters. “We are committed to championing the organizations that are dedicated to saving animals’ lives and helping them find permanent homes,” he says.






March 16th, 2017

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

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 15th, 2017

Major Frank Burns reporting for duty! I am a handsome 4 year old Chihuahua/Terrier mix weighing in at 9 lbs.  Though I am not an actual surgeon, I am sure I can mend your broken heart! I am a sweet little guy whose small stature is no match for my confidence as I strut down the sidewalk on my afternoon walk. Though I can be a little sensitive at first, I quickly warm up and it is on to our play session followed by a mid afternoon nap in the sun. Speaking of play, I absolutely love hanging out with my humans pals over 8,  puppy pals and even those kitties too! But in the end, I just really enjoy walking next to you and would be a great little hiking buddy. I have got everything you need: good looks, charm, and loyalty. Just what the doctor ordered! So fill out an application today and we can meet. Because it turns out all you need is some Vitamin ME! I come to you neutered, vaccinated, and micro-chipped with  an adoption fee of $300.

 

 

 






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