October 10th, 2022

**THIS IS A COURTESY POST – Anita IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT James Moore at <360-907-4559>**

My name is Anita and I’m a 2 year old female. My person had to move to a place where I couldn’t follow, so her human son is taking care of me now, but the other resident cat is having trouble getting along with me. Now I’m looking for my next forever home! I’m shy at first, like most cats, but I don’t take too long to own my new surroundings. I’m very sweet, and I like to cuddle when I want to but I’m not a lap cat, so make sure the human gives you my bed. I’ve been an indoor princess, mostly to keep my incredibly soft fur in pristine condition.  Finally, I chose to get spayed because of the many kittens in shelters. Call/text James to learn more about my awesomeness!






July 29th, 2022

12/29/2022 *THIS IS A COURTESY POST* Kokoro is NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE FILL OUT THIS SURVEY FOR THE OWNERS TO REACH OUT TO YOU ABOUT ADOPTING KOKORO https://forms.gle/ztHDZrvPsACzMfDH8

This is Kokoro. He’s a super playful, energetic meezer. He loves to trill and talk and follow his human around from room to room. He needs a lot of playtime and stimulation with his human, so he would be best suited to someone that works from home. He’s a good little sleeper and loves to snuggle at night. He is very aggressive towards other cats and must be an only child. He would be best suited to a more experienced cat owner. There is a re-homing fee.

 





May 24th, 2022
*THIS IS A COURTESY POST* Beameer is NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; Contact Morgan at Wilsonville Veterinary Clinic 503-682-3737 https://www.wilsonvilleveterinaryclinic.com/contact-8
 
Meet Beamer!
Hi, I’m Beamer I’m a down-to-earth kinda guy. I was found by one of the staff members of Wilsonville Vet last year, after I had been hit by a car and left on the side of the road. Treatment of my injuries was successful, and I was also neutered during my stay here. I was feral, and had no family looking for me, so the people at WVC named me after the car I was rescued in, Beamer! The doctor here thinks I’m 3-4 years old, but I’ll never tell. While recovering, seeing new people, and hearing new voices was frightening to me. But the nice people here at the clinic slowly brought me out of my shell, and I now adore cuddles, scratches, and pets. My favorite food in tuna fish, and I live for butt scratches. I am FIV positive, so I need a forever home where I can be the only cat in the house. I am unsure how I feel about young children, but I love adults and attention. My FIV diagnosis is a life long condition so I will need to be an indoor only cat, to prevent giving the virus to other cats. Please contact Wilsonville Veterinary Clinic, 503-682-3737 and ask for Morgan if you feel like we’re a match!  ~Beamer





May 11th, 2022
Tao

11/11/2022 *THIS IS A COURTESY POST* Tao is NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT MORGAN at murhgen@gmail.com

Tao is 1 1/2 yrs old, very friendly and very loving. Shy and skiddish at first, he does open up rather quick. He’s very vocal and loves having conversations. Likes to be up high and have windows to look out of. He’s very curious and does alright with other cats; he loves to play. Would do best in a home with someone who’s there most of the time. Please contact Morgan at murhgen@gmail.com






January 27th, 2022
*THIS IS A COURTESY POST* Lenore is NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; please contact Alex alexhalliii@gmail.com
1/27/2023
Our tortie, Lenore, needs a home. This lovely cat is all cat. She’s all tortie. She would be perfect in a home with someone who loves cats and knows them in all their playful, particular, stubborn, and cuddly ways.
 
As a kitten she would literally run on walls. As she’s gotten older (she’s 6 now I think?), she likes more cuddles  (she’ll let you know exactly how to cuddle her), and she still loves to play.
 
She lost her best friend LB to a heart condition, and she’s been a little stressed around cats since. She is fond of cats that will defer to her, but she doesn’t seem to be too fond of female cats or cats that don’t let her know she’s the boss. I think she would do best in a home as the only cat or maybe a trial run and see if it works with another cat.
 
She also is a bit stressed since we added two children. She’s perfectly gentle around them (she does swipe if they bug her too much), but I can tell she’d be happier and less stressed in a home without children. 
 
She is a character in the best way possible, and she deserves a lovely, calm home with people that will love her back. She has all current vaccines, last seen at the vet in December. She is microchipped, and has been spayed. 





January 19th, 2022
1/19/2023 **THIS IS A COURTESY POST – Mack is NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT bestfriendsofbaker@yahoo.com. Mack is being fostered through Best friends of Baker, an animal rescue organization in Baker City, Oregon. Through no fault of his own, Mack‘s former ‘people mom’ was forced to move. Regrettably, her new living quarters prohibited pets.  She had Mack for the entire 6 years of his life.  He was an indoor “only-child” pet. He has slowly become more comfortable in this foster situation; a home in which he shares with 4 other cats + a very mellow dog. 
 
Mack would ideally do best in a home where he is a solo pet.  A future owner needs to be patient and calm in integrating Mack into a new living situation.  While Mack has come out of his shell, he is not a cuddly, curl-up-in-your lap kind of cat. Mack wants and accepts affection, but on his terms.  Throughout the day, Mack will seek us out for attention and petting; and then he happily finds a spot to rest and be alone.  He is healthy and has a gorgeous coat  (which feels divine and makes it all the more difficult to not cuddle him up!)  Mack is a quiet, reserved adult cat.  His would do best living in a mature, calm adult family.  We’ve not seen Mack around children, but my guess is that small kids would move too quickly and be too loud for his comfort level.





January 12th, 2022
**THIS IS A COURTESY POST – Georgie IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT Gail at stant.ga.r@gmail.com FOR MORE INFORMATION**         1/12/2023
 
Georgie had a rough start in life, but that hasn’t stopped him from being the sweetest kitty! He is somewhat fearful of new situations and takes time to warm up to new people, but once he is comfortable his sweet and goofy personality makes an appearance. He loves snuggling and being carried around like a baby, and loves all toys, especially feather wand toys, tunnels, and his catnip banana. He is quite the conversationalist with an adorable repertoire of little meows and chirps, and loves to hold a conversation with you as he follows you around or plays with his toys. Once he is past the initial readjustment phase, Georgie is an “easy” cat. He stays off the counters, likes treats but is not food obsessed, doesn’t bother plants, and only scratches on the cat tree. He would be a wonderful companion for someone who has the patience to help him readjust to a new home. Because he is somewhat fearful and timid, a home with rambunctious children or dogs would not be a good fit for him.
 
He is being re-homed at no fault of his own, as the prior resident cat is not accepting Georgie and unfortunately neither cat is getting the space or attention they deserve. Georgie is approximately 2 years old and is completely healthy. He is FIV positive which means that he will need to be an indoor only cat. Learn more about FIV here: https://www.vet.cornell.edu/departments-centers-and-institutes/cornell-feline-health-center/health-information/feline-health-topics/feline-immunodeficiency-virus-fiv). Georgie is neutered, dewormed, and up to date on vaccines and will go to his new home with some of his stuff 🙂 If you have questions about Georgie or are interested in adding this sweet boy to your family please contact Gail at stant.ga.r@gmail.com
 





December 14th, 2021

**THIS IS A COURTESY POST Oreo IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT AMY tibbystail@yahoo.com**

Oreo loves to snuggle with other cats. He’s an inside guy and likes to hang out with you, the vet estimates that he is a little over 5 years old. He likes to be pet and will reward you with her strong purrs! He’s not confident with dogs and will be shy around young children. Oreo is fixed and has had all his shots when he first moved in with me. When he’s hungry he can definitely track you down and have a vocal chat with you and do a little circle dance. All in all he is very sweet and just wants someone to love him.







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