November 7th, 2022

**THIS IS A COURTESY POST – Otis & Oscar ARE NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT Danny Knoll at <edwardk13@hotmail.com>**

Oscar and Otis are brothers from different mothers. Oscar is from the Oregon Humane Society and Otis from a private owner. They get along great and have unique personalities. Oscar is talker and a little shy at first. But once he warms up to you he is very lovable and enjoys a good belly rub. Otis is not as vocal as Oscar but he is not shy. He will meet you at the door and loves it when you pet him while he lays on his side. Otis is the curious one and always checking out his surroundings. Oscar is laid back and enjoys good conversation. They both love soaking in the sun and hanging out in the catio.- 






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 Kitty is NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT Lorri at 971-302-3367or email lalapoopoola@gmail.com

9/1/2022

Kitty is originally from the Washington coast and was a surprise feral visitor when my Mom went to check on their trailer at the beach.  My Mom was a HUGE cat lover, so it was no problem to invite her in to our lives. Fast forward 5-6 years.. Kitty has become the life of the party living with a Terrier, an Old English Sheep Dog and a senior Lady Cat, all of which have passed in the last 3 years.  So, I don’t think she minds company, but might be something she needs to get used to again. Currently, Kitty lives with my Dad, who adores her, but he travels up to 6 months out of the year, therefore; as a family, we feel Kitty needs a better forever home and to not be terrorized by being fostered on and off throughout the year. Unfortunately, my husband is very allergic or I would have snapped her up. Kitty is an indoor cat is box trained prefers to eat wet food morning & night and nibbles on kibble when the mood strikes her.  She enjoys a certain brand of treats, but really not that big of an eater and does not beg for food or eat table scraps. She loves to be pet, all day if possible, loves tummy rubs and to play with soft toys.  Kitty is also fine by herself. While my Mom was ill we had up to 5 caregivers a day, sometimes, so Kitty became more social than ever with all those extra loving pets…lol. I hope you consider Kitty, as she deserves to be the center of attention again in your loving home. We are asking a rehoming fee of $50. Please contact Lori at: 971-302-3367 or email: lalapoopoola@gmail.com






May 20th, 2022

**THIS IS A COURTESY POST Angelface IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT AMY tibbystail@yahoo.com** 10/20/2022

Angel loves to snuggle with other cats. She’s an inside girl and likes to hang out with you, the vet estimates that she is a little over 8 years old. She likes to be pet and will reward you with her strong purrs! She’s not confident with dogs and will be shy around young children. Angel is fixed and has had all her shots when she first moved in with me. When she’s hungry she can definitely track you down and have a vocal chat with you and do a little circle dance. All in all she is very sweet and just wants someone to love her.






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






February 23rd, 2022

*HAZEL IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT SASHA AT alexandra.gor12@gmail.com*

Hello! Will you be my forever human? 

My name is Hazel and I am looking for my forever home. I was found in bad shape on the streets of Portland in November of 2020. My foster mom got me spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, and nursed me to a healthy 70 pounds. But unfortunately, I can not stay with her forever. 

I am about 4.5 years old Pit-bull mix. My foster mom has been calling me Hazel since she found me, and I know and respond to that name well. I am super mellow and just want to nap at my human’s feet all day long. Belly rubs are my favorite things ever. It would be ideal if you are retired or work from home. Sometimes I get sad alone and chew on things. I don’t jump or bark much, and I love giving kisses to everyone who walks in the house, including children.  However, it has been recommended that a home without young kiddos present all the time will be best, as I am sensitive and get overwhelmed with a lot of activity.

 Right now I share a house with a cat, and we stay away from each other, and I gladly share my water bowl with her. But I do like chasing cats and squirrels out on my walk. I get growly with other dogs when they come close. I respond great to positive reinforcement training, and am looking forward to attending a reactive dog class, if you want to help me get over my fear of dogs. 

I have some old injury to my leg so I walk slowly and rarely run. Stairs are difficult for me. Few carpeted or concrete steps are fine, but a hardwood staircase is a big no.

I will come with my beloved kennel, food bowls and everything else you might need for me. 

The adoption fee is $350. 

Please contact my foster mom Sasha at alexandra.gor12@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. 






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