July 8th, 2019

Hello! My name is Katie Cakes and I am a as sweet as pie 8 year old Lab/Rotty gal. Everyone says I am one of the most loving doggies you will ever meet and they are completely right! I am a super mellow gal who enjoys just kind of chilling and hanging around with my favorite pals-whether they are my human friends or those doggy and kitties too! I am just always excited to mingle with everyone and seem to always have a smile on my face! My foster says some of my favorite things are: toys, golf balls, food, short walks, naps, oversized comfy beds, and of course, getting lots of pets and attention. At roughly 80lbs, I need to go on a little bit of diet and exercise plan, but I am motivated and a total people pleaser, which will make it easier for me to shed those pounds.  And plus I just adore my afternoon walks and though I am not quite an avid hiker, I would be happy to join on a short trail at Forest Park or the beach. I would do best in a home without a lot of stairs.  Sweet, social, and full of some of the best snuggles, I am the perfect companion and would love to join your family. So fill out an application today and we can set up a meet! I come to you spayed, vaccinated, and micro-chipped with an adoption fee of $350. 






July 3rd, 2019

–THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING; THIS CAT IS NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT AUTUMN, PLEASE CONTACT MEGAN AT THE PHONE/EMAIL BELOW–

We unfortunately have to give up our sweet 3.5-year-old short hair tabby, Autumn (aka “Autty” aka “Baby Girl”). She was born in July 2015 and we bought her from the Oregon Humane Society in September of 2015. She is spayed, microchipped, and up to date on all her vaccines. She has a clean bill of health from her June 26, 2019 visit at the vet’s and doesn’t even have fleas. We can give you all her records. Autumn loves scratchings from her owner, cuddles on laps, and doesn’t have any problems at all. She sometimes goes outside but never strays far because she’s a bit cautious. Our only problem is that our other cat bullies and torments her relentlessly, so we can’t leave the two of them unattended. The ideal owner won’t have cats or dogs so poor Autty can get some peace and quiet for once.

Contact Megan at 503-805-3016 or meglynntay@yahoo.ie for more info.






July 3rd, 2019

–THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING; THESE CATS ARE NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT TIGGER AND SNOWY, PLEASE CONTACT FELICIA AT THE PHONE/EMAIL BELOW–

Tigger (darker grey with dark stripes) is a 10 year old cat who loves to snuggle, he is the more shy out of him and his brother Snowy. Tigger is a careful cat who loves consistency and repetition, he’s most comfortable with structure, but is ok with some change and is used to it. He will look for his own spot in your house and camp there, when you look for him you will find him where he is comfortable, which most times is in a laundry basket. Tigger is mature and knows what he wants and likes, he is sure of himself and is careful about letting you in his world, BUT when it happens you will definitely know! He’s is full of love and belly rubs!
Snowy (lighter grey with minimal dark-ish stripes) is also 10 and is Tigger’s Brother from the same Mother. He is playful, curious, kind, affectionate, and loves to lay next to his human friends. When he is comfortable and laying near a friend he will extend ONE paw to touch your leg or arm to insure you know he’s near. Snowy is very curious and loves to explore new surroundings, because of this it might take him a little to warm up to you, but will quickly become your right hand man once the coast is clear! He is an amazing and loyal friend and will help Tigger adapt to their new home.

Snowy and tigger are brothers from the same litter and work best is kept together. They need a larger home then what I can provide with room to explore, a backyard would be a plus, but not necessary. Both cats have been neutered and have had their front paws declawed, they both are in perfect health and have gone to the vet recently and passed all test with flying colors. They eat a diet of dry food for breakfast and wet food for dinner, their food is prescribed by the vet and can be picked up at any pet store. There is no particular reason for the special diet and can be switched over to regular cat food if you’d like; the prescription for their food does not expire and can be handed over at the time of adoption. Tigger and Snowy are mostly inside cats, but love to get outside and explore once in a while, I am looking for a home who can provide them with room to explore and LOTS OF LOVE TO GIVE! Please consider adopting these lovely, sweet beautiful cats and give them their forever home!! 

If you are interested in these sweet boys, contact Felicia at 971-200-0048 or Feliciamariehernandez@yahoo.com.






June 25th, 2019

-THIS CAT IS NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT; THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING. FOR MORE INFO ABOUT MR. BACON, PLEASE CONTACT REBECCA AT THE PHONE/EMAIL BELOW–

Meet Mr. Bacon.  He is a 10 year old domestic short hair kitty who is looking for a quiet home without children or large, or yappy dogs.  Mr. Bacon has been with my husband and I for almost 4 years. He was abandoned by our neighbor and came to us as a shy, scared stray begging for food. He is now sweet, loves to play with toys, loves catnip, and loves to be petted and brushed.  He will even let you bathe him very easily, and when he is scared or doesn’t want to do something, he has never attacked; he will only try to get away. He knows his name and will often come when you call him.  Mr. Bacon lives indoors, but he loves to explore outside every once in a while. He loves sunny days, but usually prefers to stay inside when it’s rainy.

We love our Mr. Bacon, but ever since we had my daughter (now 2 yrs), he has been constantly stressed, and it is greatly affecting his health. He has an inflammatory disease where stress makes him sweel in different areas of his body. Usually it is GI related, but occasionally his eyes swell also. He is has to take prednisone once daily to try and prevent swelling. However, with our current situation, he even swells while on prednisone, which should not be happening. Our vet has run every possible test and has concluded that it is due to stress.  He said that if we remove the stressors, the swelling should subside and he should be back to normal, as he was before our daughter was born.  We obviously cannot remove our daughter, so for his sake, we need to find him a home where he can just hang out with adults and be loved in a quiet environment.  If you think you would be a good fit, please text Rebecca at (360) 726-1790, or email me at beccahk9@gmail.com






The Pup City Walk & Festival is returning to the Rose Quarter Sunday, June 30 at 9 a.m.! Each Walker & Dog Package includes: a Pup City leash, waste bag dispenser, tote bag and 2019-20 early season Trail Blazers game ticket! A portion of each registration will also be donated to the cats and dogs at Pixie!






June 17th, 2019

-THIS DOG IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH PIXIE. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT HANNAH AT THE INFO BELOW FOR MORE DETAILS-

CeCe is a sweet 11-year old Shih Tzu looking for a loving home to take her in. She was my father’s dog but his health has deteriorated to a point where he can no longer keep her. CeCe is in good health, fixed, takes no medication, and is up to date on her vaccines. She likes to play with her ball, sniff around the yard, and go on walks. While she likes activity she isn’t built for big long hikes or intense physical adventures but she does have a spunky quirky personality. She gets along with people and children well as well as respectful dogs. We have not had her around cats so cannot speak to how she is with them. 

 
She has spent most of her life living in a house where people are home most of the day and it would be best if she could go to a home with a similar situation, either someone who is retired or a house with kids and adults coming and going throughout the day. She does get a little bit of anxiety when left alone for long periods of time and cries/whines when that happens. She isn’t destructive when left alone though. 
 
We would love to get CeCe re-homed as soon soon as possible so she can settle into her forever home and continue to have a good healthy long life! Please reach out with questions to Hannah Carlton at 360-901-3918 or hannahflynncarlton@gmail.com
 
 





June 16th, 2019

-THIS DOG IS NOT BEING RE-HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POST ONLY; PLEASE CONTACT OLIVIA AT oliviamontesano@gmail.com FOR MORE DETAILS-

*ONLY HOUSEHOLDS WITH ANOTHER DOG WILL BE CONSIDERED*

My name is Wyatt. I am a 4 year-old affectionate and sweet 90-pound Rhodesian Ridgeback mix. I love my humans and often want nothing more than to snuggle and kiss them. I am super smart and eager to please, and like to learn new tricks. I would fit best in a home where my people are over 10.  I also need to have a dog sibling so I can get in my daily wrestles and they can help me feel less anxious-especially when my humans leave. If my humans work from home or have a short workday, even better! I get along with all furry buddies, cats included (I love to sniff their ears when they’ll let me!). While I need and enjoy walks every day, I also enjoy lounging most of the time. I am a dog of leisure who likes to find the softest spot in the house for my snoozes. I also need an owned home in a quiet neighborhood so I can truly sit back and relax. Chasing sticks is my favorite, and it’s the best when I chew them up into fun bite-sized pieces. I also love all my toys (my favorite toy changes weekly), which I often nap with and show off to any human who visits. I have a sensitive tummy, but through some trial and error have found a specific, yummy kibble that works best for me. While I get along with all my doggie friends at daycare and while visiting friends’ houses, dog parks can overwhelm me, and I do best when given some space while I’m on the leash. I am neutered, vaccinated, and micro-chipped. In lieu of a re-homing fee of $300, I would like my new adopters to put that money towards a training lesson or two with my current trainer to help with my transition. Email oliviamontesano@gmail.com for more details or to fill out an application!






May 31st, 2019






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