May 24th, 2021
Eve

–THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING; THIS CAT IS NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. FOR MORE INFO ON EVE, PLEASE CONTACT ANNA AT THE PHONE NUMBER BELOW–

Eve is a loving 10 year-old blind tuxedo cat. She is a very sweet older girl who moves very slowly and takes time to learn her surroundings but, once she has learned her space, can easily find her food, litter box, etc. Since she is blind she can be easily scared by loud noises, active kids, other pets, etc. She would probably do best in a quiet home with no other animals, or with animals that will leave her alone. She is cuddly and spends a lot of time sleeping, usually preferring to have one or two cozy spots that are hers. A smaller home may be a great fit for her, so she can easily learn the location of rooms, stairs, furniture, etc.  We have a busy house with 3 kids and a younger cat and dog, and we would love to find a better home for Eve that is quieter. Our two other pets like to come play with her, and she gets a little freaked out by them. She does best with very calm petting.
 
Eve has a couple of health issues, some of which are related to her anxiety/issues with sharing her home with other pets. She has begun to aggressively over-groom herself and pull out her hair. We think this is partly related to her unease around the other pets in her house. Our vet thinks this is broadly reflecting her anxiety as well as potentially some allergy issues. She was also recently diagnosed with diabetes, but is not currently prescribed insulin. We give her diabetic food and that seems to help. The only obvious evidence of her diabetes is that she drinks a lot and pees a lot, but she uses her litter box and it just requires frequent cleaning. However, due to the diabetes diagnosis, we cannot give her steroid shots that could help with her skin/hair-pulling. So she is now pulling out large amounts of hair. We think if she felt more comfortable she would not be pulling her hair out at all.
 
She is fixed, up to date on shots, and has had regular vet check-ups. She needs a larger litter box that is easy to find and access, as she is a little overweight and she cannot jump very high. She is indoors-only. 
 
We would love to find a good home for her to live out the rest of her quiet life. We can re-home her with a litter box, a cat bed she has liked, and a few other things. To learn more about Eve please call or text Anna: 206-418-9559. 
 





May 19th, 2021
–THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING; THIS CAT IS NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. FOR MORE INFO ON MIKU, PLEASE CONTACT HIS OWNER AT THE PHONE/EMAIL BELOW–

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

–THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING; THIS CAT IS NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. FOR MORE INFO ON CORA, PLEASE CONTACT SHELLEY AT THE PHONE NUMBER BELOW–

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.

 






December 24th, 2020
Bruce Campbell’s the name — and like my namesake, I’m a big, handsome lug that’s ready to retire. I’m about 11-years-old and after a decade of B-grade movie making, I can’t wait for my final act with my future forever family. Meal time and nap time are the best times of the day, and make for a very exciting life! I am close to 20 pounds, so I take my treats very seriously. I also enjoy lap-time, tucking my foster in bed at night before venturing off to nighttime shenanigans, and belly rubs when I’m feeling really comfortable. Being such a handsome guy often draws a lot of attention from adoring fans, but I’m really a bit of a sensitive celebrity and appreciate the respect of being able to seek attention out on my own terms. When I’m feeling up for it, I’m happy to make a Zoom appearance and give lots of snuggles if you work out of your home like so many people do these days! I need a quiet, understanding home where I can have time to blossom and become cuddly with my one person, and where I can be the only kitty in the household. My foster mom has a dog and while I’ve tolerated him alright, my ideal home would have me as your one-and-only four-legged friend. I’m used to being an indoor-only kitty and would do just fine in an apartment, and would really thrive with someone who has cat experience and will understand me for the special boy that I am. I will reward you with big, soft belly rubs and snuggles once we’ve had that time to bond and become best friends — sound like a good trade? I think so! Pixie has run blood work to make sure I’m in good health and I’ve already had a dental cleaning, so I am overall low-maintenance and all ready to find my new home! Think I’m the perfect fit for the role of Star Cat in your life? Fill out an application to meet me today! I come to you fixed, vaccinated, microchipped (and with recent blood work and dental already done) for an adoption fee of $80.
 





May 12th, 2020

I am the adorable Dolly! Easy to love, easy to live with! I’m a 5-year-old kitty that likes to be nearby and is a great work-from-home helper, keeping you feeling motivated with head-bumps and cuteness! My foster mom and I have a great routine: I know when it’s time to eat, time to sleep, and in the morning after breakfast, it’s squirrel-watching zoomy time! After a brief crazy-cat playtime episode, it’s time for some serious naps and lounge time. After dinner, spooning on the couch is a must. Though I can be very cuddly and like to snuggle in bed as well, I’m a girl all about getting love on my own terms and don’t generally like to be picked up. I’m great about letting you know how I’m feeling and would absolutely thrive in an adult-only home with someone who felt comfortable giving me a little time to get settled. Once I’ve had a little time to acclimate, I’m overall a very low-maintenance kitty that will gladly fall into your routine and become your little shadow, always wanting to be where you are. I’m perfectly happy indoors, so long as there’s windows to gaze through and squirrels to chase on the other side of the glass! I also would prefer to be the only pet in the home, and very much enjoy being queen of the castle and feline center of your world. It won’t feel like you’re missing out at all with me by your side! I’m a healthy and hearty cat that will hopefully have many years with my future forever family — do you think I might be the one? I hope you’ll fill out an application to meet me today! I come to you fixed, vaccinated and micro-chipped for an adoption fee of $100.







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