July 3rd, 2019

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

Name: Tucker Age: 9+\-
Dogs: never lived with (or history unclear) Cats: possibly with the right fit
Affectionate: yes!! Kids: ages 4+
Neutered, Litter box trained and up to date medically/vaccinations.

Tucker is a big old love bug who is looking for his forever home. He has lived with other cats successfully in the past, but he feels like he might enjoy being the only cat of the household (especially with somebody who can be home with him a lot) so that he doesn’t have to share his love, water, and litter box. He has lived successfully with another cat for the past 6 years and despite her hissing or growling at him when I first brought Tucker home and every time I bring him home from the vet, Tucker has NEVER hissed back at her. My other cat has a worsening neurological disease which makes it very difficult for her to walk, as this has progressed over the years, it seems she is unable to play with Tucker like they used to which is creating conflicts as she isn’t the cat she used to be. This is the main reason that I need to find a new home for Tucker where he can thrive and be the happiest cat he can be.

Tucker enjoys being close to his human, and once he is comfortable he may want to curl up on your lap once in a while. Tucker loves fresh water in his bowl and chatting with his human frequently, as well as bringing them some gifts! He might enjoy going outside at times so he can get a little bit of extra exercise since he is a big guy! Since he has had history of urine crystals in the past, Tucker is on a prescribed diet of urinary tract food with moderate calories to help tone his physique (since he has started the RX food he has not had any more UTI’S). He enjoys being brushed on his back (very much!), petted on his belly (or anywhere), kneading and purring on his human, and scratching on his cardboard scratcher/lounger. Give him a few scritches on the sides of his face and you will win him over instantly.

If you’d like to meet or learn more about Tucker, please contact Amber at 503-975-4186 or by email Qtgemini26@comcast.net.






June 29th, 2019

My name is Maya, and I’m a lovely 9-year-old lady kitty with an outgoing personality that is ready to make new friends! Like all of us, I’ve been a bit restless during our stay-at-home time, as I am a very social girl. Since being settled in my foster home, I’ve very much enjoyed perching at the window and greeting folks walking by on the heavily-traveled path beyond. Even under no-visit conditions, I’ve charmed many humans and doggies with my cool demeanor, inquisitive nature and big, gorgeous yellow eyes. Though I enjoy the social aspects of window time, I’m perfectly content being entirely indoors in an apartment and don’t ever try to venture outside. Rather, I prefer lap time in my cozy foster home — I purr as soon as I’m touched and is very happy to keep your legs warm as you read or work on the computer! I’m a snuggly girl that will gladly cuddle in bed with you (even under the covers sometimes) and really just crave attention and bonding time. It helps that I’m so soft — my short coat is lovely and I keep it pristine! Though I’ve been very comfortable in an apartment setting, I do enjoy climbing and exploring new heights, and can also be very playful still — chasing the mysterious red “laser” dot or string toy and carrying around my prey, announcing proudly when I’ve made my “kill”. I’m a fierce hunter, after all! Only when it comes to toys, though. With my people, I’m incredibly gentle and very well-mannered. I do have some allergies that cause me to over groom sometimes so I eat a special diet and take a medication to help keep my skin from itching. I’m very cooperative about my pill and enjoy my food, so my care is generally low-maintenance. Pixie has already run blood work and ensured I am in good health at this time, though I will definitely need regular vet care as any kitty close to senior-hood will need. Overall, I am a really easy, personable kitty that is oh-so-lovable and ready to meet my forever family! Do you think I could be the kitty for you? I’m currently living in a foster home, so please fill out an application to learn more about me today! I come to you fixed, vaccinated, and micro-chipped for an adoption fee of $100.






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






June 25th, 2019

–THESE CATS ARE NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT; THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT IZZY & MOE, PLEASE CONTACT JESSICA AT THE EMAIL BELOW–

Hi! Our names are Izzy (black, female), and Moe (grey, male). We are siblings who are 12 years old. Ideally we’d like to be placed together, as we did grow up together, but we’re also independent of each other. We occasionally play with each other, still zoom around the house at times. Our personalities are unbeatable. We’re both very sweet and affectionate. Moe likes to be held like a baby, and Izzy is more of a lap cat.We’d like to be in a home without other cats, but get along well with non-agressive dogs. We’ve been indoor/outdoor cats for most of our lives, and love the option of adventuring and smelling the flowers as well as napping on the couch. We’re up-to-date on all our vaccines, and are FeLV and FIV negative.

Email Jessica at kitinboots0000@gmail.com for more information. Our owner will ask for a small re-homing fee to ensure we go to a good home.






June 18th, 2019

–THESE CATS ARE NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT; THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT CHANDLER AND KARMA, PLEASE REACH OUT TO THEIR OWNER AT THE PHONE NUMBER BELOW–

It’s with a heavy heart that I am looking for a new home for my beautiful sweet kitties! Karma is a 4 year old calico with a loving and relaxed personality. She is gentle, curious, and good at cuddling when she it ready to (typically at night and quiet moments on the couch). She is very trusting and gets along with every human she meets. She has no health problems and is up to date on all vaccinations. She has had a grain free diet her entire life. An ideal home for Karma is with her brother and no other pets. She has lived inside her whole life and despite her curiosity, doesn’t like to stray far from home. She loves to hang out by open windows and watch for any critters outside.Chandler is a 4 year old grey cat and littermate of Karma. He is shy at first but quick to warm up and rub all over your legs once he gets used to you. He is a major purr box and just loves to sit near your and hang out. Like Karma, he has all of his vaccinations, is in good health and has always had a grain free diet. An ideal home for Chandler is with his sister and no other pets. He has lived inside his whole life and is very content with that. He loves to hang out on top of his cat climber and watch the birds fly by. He and his sister are both ready for the next phase of their lives with a loving and attentive family.

If you have any questions feels free to contact me at (760) 805-9417






These three beautiful and social kittens are a very special trio looking for a home to spoil them and love them for the quirky little kits they are! Peta Rabbit and Cottontail are lady kittens who love to wrestle and play with each other and their brother Benjamin. While they are incredibly easy to fall in love with, all three of these kittens were born with Cerebellar Hypoplasia which means they will need a little bit of special care especially as they grow, but through adulthood as well.  CH is a developmental condition in which the cerebellum of the brain fails to develop properly in the womb. The cerebellum is the portion of the brain that controls fine motor skills, balance, and coordination. The condition is not painful or contagious and cats with CH only have a couple of restrictions… they must be indoor-only and may possibly have trouble navigating stairs. Kitties born with CH generally live long lives and learn to adapt to their condition, which means they do not regress over time — generally, they get stronger and more able as they age.  For more information about CH kitties, visit: vcahospitals.com/know-your-pet/cerebellar-hypoplasia-in-cats . Kittens at this age, per our adoption policy, must be adopted in pairs or to a home where there is another very social, playful cat to interact with to ensure they are socialized well and are able to grow into confident, well-adjusted adult cats. So far, these little guys are a total delight and provide tons of entertainment and fuzzy lovin’ for their foster parents every day. If you are interested in adopting any of these extraordinary kittens, please fill out an application today! They come to you fixed, vaccinated, and micro-chipped for an adoption fee of $135 (or $243 for a pair). 






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
 
 






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