January 11th, 2024

*THIS IS A COURTESY POST. Nova is NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; For more information, email kjsherrill@frontier.com

Prep your engines, because here comes Nova! This five-year-old female husky is active, sweet, and loves all things outdoors (especially if it includes running and hiking). She’s also incredibly intelligent and a quick learner. Once she gets her ya-yas out, however, she’s content to rest and chill out on the couch next to you. 

Nova is incredibly social and loves other dogs and meeting new people. For her next adventure in life, she would do well either as a solo dog or in a household with other male dogs and dog-savvy teens over the age of 13. She does ask for a household with no cats, please! If Nova made you perk up your ears, send Julie an email at kjsherrill@frontier.com for more information. She’ll come to you spayed, fully vaccinated, and ready for a lifetime of love.






January 1st, 2024

2/29/2024 **THIS IS A COURTESY POST. Salty is NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; For more information, text/call CAFA at 503-586-6176.

Salty is a beautiful cat with a sweet mellow personality–always seeking a nice lap to snuggle on. Salty will need a quiet home and a person(s) who will pay a lot of attention to him and understand his quirk–he is deaf and will adjust to his new home with someone who is willing to give him a little time to settle in. 

He seems OK with other cats particularly females. Salty was abandoned and subsequently starved and attacked by other cats.  If startled he gets scared and will hiss but once his humans become his “food angels” he becomes friendly very quickly and wants to be with you. His new humans will have to be on his side with food and stroking.  He’s a wonderful boy and will be a wonderful companion to just the right home with compassion and understanding.  Salty is fixed and vaccinated and will be micro chipped before going to his new home.  There is a small adoption fee. For more information or to meet him, text/call 503-586-6176.






October 18th, 2023

*THIS IS A COURTESY POST* Fabi is NOT AT THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY. PLEASE CONTACT JACOB.

This sweet gal is named Fabi and she’d absolutely love to meet you! She’s a sweet small female doodle mix who is roughly three years old. If you’ve been on the search for a mellow lady who enjoys cuddling, sniffing around, and the occasional play session, you’ve found your lady!

For her next adventure in life, Fabi would do best in a home with small dogs and children over the age of 10. She is a family gal and needs a home with other canine companions with a similar vibe. If you think Fabi is right for your family and would like more information, please contact Jacob at motojaguar78@gmail.com.






October 8th, 2023

12/8/23 **THIS IS A COURTESY POST. Thea is NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; For more information, email Patricia at dpcadams@comcast.net.

These three, 19 week old all grey sisters are ready for a home of their own! While they have the look of a Russian blue, they have a calmer temperament and are sweet as can be. Curious and playful, they should be fine with a cat friendly dog and friendly cat. They love pets and attention.
If interested, you can visit them at an adoption venue at Natures Pet Store on 21st W Burnside. Or, email Patricia at dpcadams@comcast.net.






September 11th, 2023

*THIS IS A COURTESY POST* Rico is NOT AT THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY. PLEASE CONTACT BILL.

Rico is an amazing dog in Portland, OR who is looking for his forever home!

Rico is a year old Rottweiler/Husky mix who weighs 60 pounds. He’s a social and curious fellow who knows know how to respect boundaries with other animals and people. Rico currently lives with a small dog and a cat who he gets along with just fine. He definitely has husky energy, so he’s a sweet silly guy that will make a great adventure partner for anyone who loves the outdoors. 

For his next adventure in life, Rico would do wonderfully in a home with dogs, cats, or kids. He has no displays of possessiveness or aggression, and loves going for walks – but he’s great at just hanging around the house as well!

Prior to his life here in Portland, Rico lived near Redding, California and was a treasured companion to a friend who could no longer care for him due to a change in circumstances. Aside from one more follow-up shot, Rico has a clean bill of health and will come to you neutered and up-to-date on all of his vaccines. Copies of his vet records are available.

Rico is an absolute sweetie of a dog, and I’d love to talk to you more about him. Please email Bill at rico.fancy787@simplelogin.com to learn more and please feel free to share this post with anyone who might be a good fit!






*THIS IS A COURTESY POST* Adeline and Martin ARE NOT AT THE THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY. 10/5/2023 PLEASE CONTACT Patricia. These kittens have been littermates since birth. Martin is confident and curious and protects his more shy sister, Adeline. They bring out the best in each other and enjoy pets and playing, and love to cuddle. Altered, tested, vaccinated and microchipped they are eager to explore their new home!

To learn more contact Patricia at dpcadams@comcast.net.






8/29/2023 **THIS IS A COURTESY POST. THESE KITTENS ARE NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; For more information, email Patricia at dpcadams@comcast.net

RANDY- Are you looking for your own Black Panther? Randy is your guy. He loves to play with his feather wand and growls at it and anyone else who tries to get it. He is the sweetest, most social guy. Always the first to come to greet you and first in line to eat and play. He’s too busy to be a lap cat yet but is a wonderful, comforting presence. He is good friends with his siblings and would love to bring one of them home with him or have another cat to live with. He might not be a good match with an older cat as he might be a bit too much for a senior. Randy has met the resident dog and has had a hard time getting used to her, he would probably prefer to live in a dog free home. Randy is ready to go, he’s altered, tested, vaccinated, microchipped and a healthy, happy kitten.

AXL- Axl is an absolute sweetheart! He can be shy at first but will seek you out when he gets more comfortable. He leans in and gives sweet, little head butts his purr will melt your heart. He is the most independent from his siblings. He has met the resident dog and has done well in her presence. Axl is ready to go, he’s altered, tested, vaccinated, microchipped and a healthy, happy kitten.

SUE (bonded to Brick)- Sue has the loudest purr out of her siblings. She can be a little shy at first and forget how much she likes pets until she gets some. Then she purrs and enjoys the attention. She is playful and has 4 brothers so she knows how to handle herself. She’ll let them know when they are being too rough. She loves nothing more than to curl up with one of her brothers. She’s especially close to Brick and needs to go home with him. She has met the resident dog and done really well and smelled her curiously. Sue is ready to go, she’s altered, tested, vaccinated, microchipped and a healthy, happy
kitten.

BRICK (bonded to Sue)- Brick is a very sweet, little guy. He’s always right there greeting humans when they come in the room and enjoys pets. He’s not a lap cat yet, but he does like to sit beside you and he may come around to how wonderful human laps are. He has gotten to know the resident dog at his foster home and is always very interested in her and will sit beside her. He would do well with a cat friendly dog. He is especially close to Sue and need to go home with her. Brick is ready to go, he’s altered, tested, vaccinated, microchipped and a healthy, happy kitten.

CARL- Carl loves to play, he carries toys around and loves wrestling with his siblings. He’s shy and warming up in his foster home, he would be good with one of his siblings or another cat in the home to help him build confidence. Carl will need someone who is patient and gives him time to get used to his new home and family. He has met the resident dog and done well in her presence. Carl is ready to go, he’s altered, tested, vaccinated, microchipped and a healthy, happy kitten. To learn more, please contact Patricia at dpcadams@comcast.net.






May 23rd, 2023
8/29/2023 **THIS IS A COURTESY POST. Jones is NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; For more information, email Jill at traveljill73@gmail.com
 
Jones is a four year old all black cat with lots of love to share. Jones came to our care in the summer of 2023 when his previous owner became homeless. He instantly wanted to spend time with us and is overall a happy, easygoing cat who adjusted quickly to a new home. Jones can have bursts of playful energy and loves to play with a variety of toys. He is often content to look out windows and be at your side while you read, work, or watch TV. He has a lot of personality and greatly enjoys interacting with people. He’s neutered, current on vaccinations, microchipped, and sports a snazzy eartip!
Jones has two big challenges that go with him to his next/forever home. He was rescued from street cat life and lived for a time with other cats and a dog, but since he’s been in our care, he’s been aggressive towards our own cats such that they’ve not been able to share space, even with careful introduction procedures. It feels odd to say he should be an only cat, but we think perhaps his rescue background and his last owner’s housing insecurity have contributed to this. He would be ideal for someone who’s home a lot and wants a constant companion, but he could also do OK with someone who is out more, but dedicates some time to him daily.
Additionally, Jones suffered what we believe was a tail trauma and has been to some extent incontinent for the past few years. If he has access to a litter box, he will have some success- and some misses- and he generally wears diapers out in our house during the day. We’re in the process of trying acupuncture and laser treatment under our vet’s care, and have seen some improvement in the last few weeks. We believe we can assist his situation through these efforts and would be happy to coordinate continued care with his adopter. Having said that, he will probably always be a special needs cat.
 






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