January 14th, 2022

Hello, hello! My name is Prancy and aren’t I just fancy? At 9 years old, I may not be a kitten, but I still enjoy a daily romp with a toy and zoomies at dusk. My foster say I love the cuddles and will even sleep like my humans, laying my head on the pillow and snuggling right up to you. According to my foster, I am purrty darn cute and overall silly gal! I am low maintaence and chill kitty who is great health. I can take a little while to warm up to new sounds and spaces, but am definitely not people shy once I get acclimated. In fact, I would be happy to share my space with cat savvy older kiddos. I would definitely purrfer to be the only pet in the home so I can have all the attention to meowself. I would be a great friend to someone who needs a big spoon and light conversation, and would even make a great companion for a remote worker. Sweet and silly, I am a gorgeous lady ready to shower you with affection. Fill out an application to set up a meet with me! I come to you vaccinated, microchipped and spayed with an adoption fee of $80. 

January 6th, 2022

Gorgeous and absolutely stunning, my name is Kelly and I am a petite 5 yo Tortie kitty ready to settle into my forever home! Being a bit of a shy gal at first, it does take me a little while to warm up to new people. But once I do, I am your best friend forever and show my cuddlebug side. My foster even says that I like to spoon and will even grab her hand between her paws and rest my head on her hands. If you are a baker, well then you are in luck because I am quite the biscuit maker and you can here me purring away as I go to work. I still have some kitten energy left in me in that I love to play! From watching reflections and shadows on the wall to paying at dangly toys, I will playfully chase away. Since I can be shy in the beginning, I am looking for a quiet low key adult only home who has the patience to let me come out of my shell on my own time. I am not a huge fan of other pets and would prefer to be your shining star! When I am not in one of my playful moods, you can definitely find me napping away in a favorite warm spot. I will need some time to transition into my new home, but watching me blossom is so heartwarming and you can tell that I am ready to be someone’s companion. Fill out an application today so we can meet! I come to you vaccinated, microchipped, and spayed with an adoption fee of $100.

December 29th, 2021

Bonjour! My name is Madame Olivia, but you can just call me Olivia for short. I am a sweet and affectionate 9 year old kitty with gorgeous long hair that I love to have brushed. My foster says I am like the goddess of the house directing all attention to me and my beauty.  Even though I am a bit older, it doesn’t stop me from getting around and using some kitty steps to curl up on the couch next to you. I am happily content to have my chin rubbed and I will even coo like a bird as she enjoys the attention. I would like to be the star of the show with no other furry friends in the home and would enjoy a home with older kiddos over 12. A bit of a catnip and treat junkie, I love my evening routine and will remind you if you forget.  When I came to Pixie, they tested my blood since I’m a little older and discovered that I was hyperthyroid, which means that I need a daily, very affordable medication to manage my thyroid and regular bloodwork done every 6 months to 12 months. I am truly am a goddess looking for my loving fans to adore me and give me lots of pets, and in return I will not only grace them with my presence, but give lots of love right back to you! Fill out an application today to set up a meet. I come to you vaccinated, microchipped and spayed with an adoption fee of $80. 

December 29th, 2021

Hey friends! My name is Puma and I am a dashing grey tabby gent who is about 9 years old. Just as my name implies, I am a sleek energetic and fun guy with a love of the outdoors. That being said my ideal home would have access to the outside where I can roam and sniff, and then come back in a little later for pets and brushing. Curious and friendly around new people, I always enjoy attention, kneading and purring to let you know I am content. During my playful times, I can be a little feisty and while my fosters don’t mind it, it would be best if I was in an adult only home who would be ok with my playful antics. I really love having all the attention to myself and so I would prefer to be the only pet. I am very food motivated, especially if someone making a sandwich and some deli turkey is out and about. That is my favorite tasty treat to swipe! Handsome and sweet, I am ready to peacefully retire with someone I can keep company and who wants their very own mini-Puma. Is that you? Fill out an application today to set up a meet. I am vaccinated, micro-chipped, and neutered with an adoption fee of $100. 

June 5th, 2021

Due to the up-tick in adoption interest and high volume of intake requests, we are not always able to post our available cats. We are still taking cats in and reaching out to potential adopters who have submitted applications as they become available. Our application gives adopters the opportunity to let our adoption staff know what you’re looking for, and we’re happy to help you find your perfect match! If you are interested in adopting a cat (or kittens), we encourage you to fill out our general adoption application and email it to info@pixieproject.org. As soon as we receive it, our adoption staff will get back to you within 1-2 business days to make suggestions and set up a meet-and-greet appointment at that time. 

May 19th, 2021

Miku is a two year old Thai Blue Tip Siamese. He loves people, he loves going on hikes with his leash and he is formerly an inside cat, just beginning to venture outside on his own these days. He loves other cats and animals, but is not great with social cues (for example he will run up to a strange cat or dog to sniff their nose and try to play with them). He would do really well in a house with other FRIENDLY cats, dogs and kids. He is a ball of energy, he would play with you all day if he could. He’s not a kitten anymore but he still gets the zoomies, and when it’s time for his dinner he gets so excited he actually does back flips off the walls. He’s a wonderful kitty. 
He does have a peeing problem! It is tied up with his relationship with my cat (she is very combative and territorial). If you want to be his forever home you need to have an understanding of cat behavior! I’ve been able to manage his peeing by redirecting him when he gets agitated by my other cats behavior but it’s a constant struggle. I believe that if he is in a home where he is not in a constant territorial war he will not pee. That being said, I will take him back if it does not work out. PLEASE do not drop him at a shelter or just give him away to someone else. 
Please contact me if you are interested, my number is 510 646 3091 and my email is amdphrepaulezz@ucdavis.edu

April 2nd, 2021


Cora was a feral that showed up on our farm and took to living under a shed. She started attacking her tail, leaving it bloody and mangled so we live-trapped her and took her to the vet where she was diagnosed with Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome, a neurological disease where her nerves attack her so she attacks back. The initial prognosis was bleak. There’s no cure and her symptoms were severe. However, we didn’t want to give up on her so started her on high-quality (freeze-dried) cat food and medication, and moved her indoors. It took a while, but Cora started healing!

Cora’s transformation has been amazing! Her tail has healed completely and she no longer attacks it. She constantly purrs, loves to be pet, and loves to play with her catnip mouse and other toys. She really can’t get enough attention! She’s become such a sweet cat. The vet estimates that Cora is between 5-8 years old. She’s passed all her vet exams, is up on her shots, and her teeth look good. Aside from her FHS issue, she’s in great health. It’s assumed at this time that she will need to continue her medication and high-quality food to manage the FHS.

The perfect home for Cora would be a place that’s calm (probably no kids or other pets) and where she can live indoors. A fairly regular routine is also important as she needs her meds in the morning and evening every day. (The good news is that the medication is added to her food and she eats it without a problem!) Large, unexpected noises and movements scare her, but with a little patience, she will adjust to the right home and be a wonderful, loving companion.

For more info on Cora, you can read about her at https://kerriehubbard.com/coras-story/ or contact Shelley at 503-757-6151.


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