October 19th, 2021
*MARLEY IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY. PLEASE CONTACT JULLIA AT julliaalexander@gmail.com FOR MORE DEATILS*
 
Hey there! My name is Marley. I’m a nine year old lab/husky/ridgeback weighing approx. 98lbs. I am a calm, reserved wise man with a soft and sensitive soul. Sometimes my puppy side comes out and I can be a playful and goofy boy.
 
My favorite place to be besides at your side is snuggled up on the couch or sleeping at your bedside. I am protective and loyal with the patience of a lion when it comes to small prey entering my yard. A home without cats and small animals is ideal. I enjoy walks but am quite strong. I will walk you if you let me. Someone with a confident, strong, yet soft and patient personality would suit me best. I also enjoy an adventure in the woods and the freedom to run on the beach.
 
Meeting new people is great once I get my initial sniff in. After that, feel free to give me your best scratches on the chest or tush! I enjoy the company of other dogs and am quite tolerant and respectful of size difference when it comes to playing. If I were to have a home with another dog, a strong and confident female who isn’t overly rambunctious would be the best fit for me. I love toys and tasty treats but can become cautious and weary if I think I have to share. Another dog who guards would not work. Small children make me anxious and nervous, so a home without children is a must.
 
Because I’m an older dog, my need for health-care will increase as well as the need for a home and transportation with my joints and I in mind. I have a granuloma (small open wound) that comes and goes due to excessive licking. This is something that I’ve done my entire life. A family or person(s) who has a stable income, commitment, and ability to keeping me at my healthiest and happiest is the owner for me.
 
If you’re looking for that calm yet goofy big softy, an companion whom will be by your side no matter what with the biggest heart, you’ve found him. And who knows, if I think you’re extra special, I just might give you a kiss. 
 
I am currently on the wait list for a neuter. 
 
My adoption fee is $400 with some refundable after the neuter.
 
Contact Info
Name: Jullia Alexander
Phone: (360)726-8047 (text first for initial contact preferred)





October 10th, 2021

*NYX IS NOT BEING ADOPTED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY. PLEASE CONTACT DONNA DIRECTLY AT 971-678-2200 IF INTERESTED IN HER ADOPTION*

Nyx is a 10m female spayed kitten who currently lives with a large dog and 2 other cats. She also has a teenage human that she loves. When she isn’t playing, she is looking for the best cuddle spots around humans and purring. She came into the home where  2 other adult cats already lived. Unfortunately they have not grown to like her (as much as we do) causing some issues with the adult cats.  So it is with a heavy heart that we try to find another fit for her. She is indoor only and is up to date on vaccines. 

 
Contact: Donna 971-678-2200





October 5th, 2021

*PEPPER IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT AMEE AT amee.pacheco@gmail.com FOR MORE INFO*

Pepper is a very sweet four-year-old lab/pit mix in need of her forever home. She’s a pretty mellow gal who loves people–especially children, swimming, playing fetch, chasing birds, and cuddling on the couch. She hates rain, camping, and squirrels. She’s lived with a cat who tolerates her and would likely do fine in a home with a dog-savvy cat. She has a tendency to guard the ball if another dog comes around so she will need to be the only dog in the home. 

We’ve had Peeper since she was 12 weeks old and my kids are really attached to her so this has been a very difficult decision, but Pepper has severe allergies that need to be managed with frequent bathing, special food, supplements, and a monthly shot from the vet. I do not have the capacity to manage her medical needs and her health has suffered as a result. She needs to go to a quiet home with folks who have the time and resources to stay on top of her medical issues. 

Like I said, she’s a great dog and will make a really wonderful companion for the right person/people. Everyone who meets her falls in love with her instantly. She’s brindle and about 70 pounds. Asking for a $250 rehoming fee.






September 19th, 2021

*WINSTON AND DOUG ARE NOT AVAILABLE THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY, PLEASE CONTACT TALENA AT talenavansword@gmail.com*

Two “brothers” in search of a new home.

Winston is a 9 year old Grey Tabby. He’s friendly to all. It doesn’t matter if you are a cat, dog, or human he does not discriminate. Winston will play aloof and then magically appear on your lap. He’s a purr-factory. If purrs were a commodity we’d be in business. Winston loves to sleep at the foot of the bed. Chill on the couch. But, his favorite thing is snuggling Doug.

Doug is an 8 year old Bengal Tabby mix. Doug plays hard to get. But, after a proper amount of observation he will snuggle you with head butts and nuzzles. Doug likes to use his voice. Not in an annoying all the time sort of way. He’ll just let you know when he’s hungry. Doug has a past medical issue which needs to be addressed. He has not had any problems since age 2. But, he has to be fed wet food for the rest of his life to keep his kidneys and urethra in order. It doesn’t have to be fancy wet food either! Just wet. He needs proper hydration because he has had crystals in his urethra. 

We need to say goodbye to our beloved cats because of the classic tale of a new baby. I didn’t know I would suffer from PPA (Postpartum Anxiety). I worry about them smothering the baby by accident. I worry about occasional tracked litter being picked up and eaten by the baby. Our cats have been exiled to only a portion of our family home for the last six months. They deserve better. They deserve free reign. They deserve cuddles and strokes. And, we can not provide that for them anymore on a regular basis.

Both cats are microchipped, neutered, and vaccinated. 

Both cats will be professionally groomed and furminated before re-homed. 

Stipulations: 

They come as a pair. 

They have to stay indoor cats. 

They have to be fed wet food.

Please call or email if you are interested in adding Winston and Doug to your family.

Talena VanSword

talenavansword@gmail.com

503.910.9367






September 19th, 2021

*GINNY IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT BIANCA AT biancamontas@hotmail.com FOR MORE DETAILS*

Meet Ginny! Ginny is a 5-year-old little lady who likes to spend her days eating, sleeping, cuddling and talking. She is clearly very loving and affectionate and would be perfectly content spending an entire day on a vacant lap. She is indoor only and has no health conditions and is spayed. She does not scratch or bite. Ginny is a great cat and her only fault is that she has too much love to give. She likely has separation anxiety, and would flourish in a home with another cat or dog to keep her company. Ginny would also do well in a home with a young child or older adult who can give her the attention she demands. She would not do well in a home with an owner who is gone all the time or who works long hours. Ginny is a hefty lady and only likes to eat Friskies Seafood Delights, so buying her food will be very easy and you will be filling up her food bowl often. She has an orange heart on her head… perfect because she is so loving. Please note that she is very vocal! Please consider this before reaching out to Bianca at biancamontas@hotmail.com






September 19th, 2021

*BACON AND MONTY ARE NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY. PLEASE CONTACT JULIA AT julia_shipley@yahoo.com*

Hi there! Our owner passed away and so we’re looking for a new home.

This is Monty, people say I’m probably about 7 but nobody knows for sure – I came through the humane society’s second chance program and my story is a mystery. I’m not really very mysterious though, I’m a friendly guy and my owner said I’m not afraid of much at all! My mom liked to call me Montezuma or Monty go zoom zoom, because I love to run around. I do have a sensitive stomach (IBD) but have done well on the right diet and if I don’t sneak any human food. I also had to have a lot of dental work a few years ago and am missing some teeth but eat wet or dry food with no issues. My vet says it’s looking okay in there right now.

When I came to live here, I met my best friend Bacon. He isn’t so bright, so I try to at least keep him looking good with regular grooming. Even though he’s older (13), Bacon is a great playmate and down for a good wrestling match. Like I mentioned, he’s not very bright. He sometimes chases his own tail, but maybe that will save you money on cat toys! He can be a bit of a scaredy cat, and doesn’t like meeting new people like I do. Just give him some time and soon you’ll never have an empty lap! We both like snuggles. Bacon is quite affectionate and I’m more of a typical cat who will let you know when I’m done. We love to curl up together in the sunbeams or next to the fireplace. Check out how cute we are!

We would do best in a home without small children or dogs.

Indoor-only, neutered, and microchipped.

Vet records available.

Bacon is due for a vet exam. Monty last seen March 2021.

Beautiful driftwood cat tree, litterbox, and other supplies available.

Email julia_shipley@yahoo.com to meet these sweet boys!






August 31st, 2021

*THIS CAT IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY. PLEASE CONTACT JULIA AT 541.990.7309 FOR MORE DETAILS*

I am looking to re-home my beloved cat Momo, I am not taking this decision lightly but have to move to CA and will be in a bit of a nomadic state of living for a while. I think it is a greater kindness to try and find her something stable. She is very independent but loves human company and having a safe quiet space. She would be okay with a dog that is used to cats, as long as they are not too in her face and if she has an area she can escape them if she feels the need. But she isn’t great with other cats or small children. She has lived as a mostly indoor cat who sometimes ventures into the sun in the backyard. Id love to find her a home that will appreciate her, ideally with people who don’t have plans to move anytime soon since she has moved a couple of times in the last year and I don’t want her to go through more of that stress than she needs to. Please let me know if you fit the bill and if you or anyone you know is interested.
 
Rehoming fee (not free).
 
Email or call Julia at 
541-990-7309
 





August 28th, 2021

*CRANSTON IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY. PLEASE EMAIL EMILY AT seltzer.emily@gmail.com FOR MORE DETAILS*

 Cranston is a super affectionate, beautiful, healthy, calm, 11-year-old longhair cat.  We are rehoming Cranston due to a family member’s allergies.  Cranston is an indoor cat.  He has a beautiful soft coat and loves being petted as much as possible.  He can be a little shy with visitors but he is very comfortable with his family and approaches us for affection frequently.    He lives with another male cat currently (Lionel, also posted on this site) and they are friendly.  He also lives with a 3-year-old, and while he does not seek her out, they coexist very peacefully. Cranston would do well in just about any home, although he might prefer a calm household and has never lived with dogs.
 
Vaccines: up to date on rabies and FVRCP
Health: totally healthy. just visited the vet and got a clean bill of health.
Microchipped: no
Breed: unknown, he was adopted from a neighbor
Diet: dry food, free fed
Litter: clay, shared with other cat, scooped frequently
 
Please email me (Emily) at seltzer.emily@gmail.com if you are interested! Cranston is a completely awesome pet and will be very missed.






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