August 30th, 2017

Yondu & Crowley are two delightful kittens that can’t wait to start their new journey with you! Yondu is a bigger, black, four month old guy that absolutely adores his litter tabby sister Crowley. He has BIG personality and is your typical curious and playful kitten that also doesn’t mind being held and snuggled! Crowley is just a little bit more cautious but is quick to follow her brother into whatever adventures he’s getting into, and loves to chase strings and wrestle as well as be held and cuddled. They are from different litters, but after a few weeks together have really bonded and love to snuggle and kiss each other all day long — it’s just too cute! Both kittens are extremely hearty and healthy, though Crowley has been diagnosed with a very minor case of Cerebellar Hypoplasia, which is a condition that makes her just a little bit wobbly. You can learn more about this condition here:  https://lifewithchcats.com/what-is-cerebellar-hypoplasia/

Kitties with CH have the same life expectancy as other cats, and really, her wobbliness generally just adds character to Crowley’s already adorable personality. There are no treatments involved, and most kittens become more capable over time as the condition is not progressive and she is not expected to get any worse over time. Rather, she should adapt to her body and have the same mobility as other cats. Kittens with CH can jump, climb, and live happy lives. Like Yondu, she will just need to have regular once-a-year check-ups with her veterinarian.

If you are interested in this fabulous and special pair of kittens, come by Pixie to meet them today! They are certain to light up your life! They are already fixed, vaccinated, and micro-chipped and come to you for a combined adoption fee of $243.






August 28th, 2017

My name is Quint, and I am the sweetest, mellowest, handsome-est 6-year-old guy you’re bound to meet! You probably noticed my unique ears right away — my tiny, folded ears are probably a genetic thing that I was born with. It is most likely that I am part Scottish-fold, which is a breed of kitty with folded ears and soft, medium-length fur like mine! In addition to my striking looks, I have a dynamite personality. I don’t mind being held, hugged, and carried around like a baby. In fact, I ask for it every day here at the shelter and will often purr and drool while being loved on. I’m very easy-going and I do not mind little kids or other animals at all. I do absolutely love my nap-time, and will make a fabulous cuddle buddy! Because my adorable little ears are folded, it is likely that I might be more susceptible to ear infections due to the lack of ventilation — however, all that will be required is regular vet check-ups like other kitties, and good quality care should help prevent any future issues. Pixie already provided a dental for me and I’m overall a very hearty and healthy guy and I’m SO ready to go home with my new family! Aren’t you excited to meet me? Come down to Pixie today! I come to you fixed, vaccinated, and micro-chipped for an adoption fee of $100.






August 26th, 2017

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Meet Jackson,  a handsome and  part-Maine coon male. Jackson is  an extremely  friendly,  confident, outgoing, and calm cat. He is a chill dude, and everyone loves him. He loves to be around  people and  to be petted and brushed. He is not a lap cat, though. He is  good with kids but  does not love to be held or carried. He is about 7-8 years old, neutered, microchipped and declawed in the front (done by previous owner).

We inherited Jackson and already had 2 cats. His previous owner  let him  come and  go  with a cat door. We are in a condo that does not allow animals to roam. Jackson is unhappy being in the house all the time and  has started taking it out on our female cat.  He is fine with our male cat and our dog. We would love to find Jackson a home with a yard or even a porch.

If you would like to hear more about him, please text or email Alex at 813-416-5465 or kevans629@gmail.com.






August 23rd, 2017

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As sad as we are to post this, my wife and I are looking to rehome our beloved 5 year old Bengal (F4) Ollie. We are both new medical professionals that cannot give him the care and attention Bengal’s need. We have had him since he was an 8 week old kitten. He has a very easy temperament and is affectionate and nice to strangers. He has shown some anxiety by licking his back and has lost some fur. We recently moved here from NYC into another small apartment and with all the recent stress his anxiety appears worse. With our busy schedule and tight quarters, we conclude it is not fair to Ollie. We think he would do better in a larger place and perhaps be the only pet or be with another very calm, non bossy pet. We are anxious to have this happen fairly quickly. He is a wonderful, stunning pet. He just needs a calm, quiet home and with a family who has time to give him the time and TLC we can no longer provide

Please contact Susan at susanchodroff@gmail.com if you would like to meet Ollie!






August 22nd, 2017

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Blaire is a 3 year old ginger queen.   Judging by her short tail, I think she may be mixed with Bobtail or Manx. This kitty is definitely a unique blend of sweet and sassy.   Blaire’s favorite thing is attention.   She would love a home where she is the center of attention getting lots of chances to play and snuggle with you.   She will sometimes follow me around the apartment and will usually greet me at the door with demands for belly rubs. Yes, this is a cat who greets her human at the door and likes her belly being rubbed. You can rub her belly all you want and she won’t trap you with a bite. She will sometimes bring you in for some attack-licking. Blaire might love a household with multiple people to shower her with attention but she could also do fine with a single person to get attached to. She does get territorial around other cats and dogs so she should be an only pet – I think it’s because she’s afraid they might steal some of her attention. She is also declawed in the front (from a previous owner) so she should be an indoor-only cat. I am sad to have to let her go but have to move across the country and think she would be much happier curled up on your sofa than stuffed in a carrier on a road-trip.

If you’re interested in learning more about Blaire, please contact Shireen at 949-517-8595 or shireennoroozi@gmail.com.






August 21st, 2017

10 Year Anniversary Pixie Party!

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August 17th, 2017

My name is Buddy — because I’m your new best friend! I’m an incredibly sociable and quirky 2-year-old man that is very special. You may notice right away that my eyes look a little funny. The vet thinks I was probably born this way, and that although my vision might be slightly impaired, my eyes don’t bother me at all! I’m a super fun guy that loves to play — if no one is there to play with me, that’s okay, I’m happy to play by myself. I’m just oozing with personality and love to snuggle up with my people and make friends with every person and pet that I meet! I don’t think I’ve ever met someone (furry or otherwise) that I don’t like. I’m a very hearty cat, however I do have chronic congestion which will likely last the rest of my life. It definitely doesn’t slow me down! Regular vet care and good nutrition and care are the only needs that I have, and the vet says that it is unlikely that my congestion will be contagious to other cats at this point. I was brought to Pixie after being rescued as a stray and would love to spend the rest of my life indoors adored by my family! I promise, I’m very easy to love. Just look at me! Won’t you come meet me so we can enjoy each other for years to come? You won’t be disappointed! I’m currently living in a foster home, so fill out an application to meet me! I come to you fixed, vaccinated, and micro-chipped for an adoption fee of $100.






August 1st, 2017

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JoJo:
Orange cats are known for being loving, cuddly, and talkative. I did not know this until I met JoJo and said, ‘œThis is the best cat I have ever met’ and was promptly told that no one is surprised. He sleeps on top (or at least touching) my husband and I every night, greets us at the door by talking and plopping over to show his back, and loves being near us almost at all times. He can lay back and do his own thing and is accustomed to long working schedules but makes sure you know he missed you at the end of the day. He is overall the sweetest, most easy-going, gentleman cat I have ever met. He has lived with my husband and I for years but his history states he lived in a house with dogs and children and got along great with all of them. He was friendly and calm with any guests we had, including our young nieces. JoJo has hyperthyroidism and does need a medication once daily. He is currently taking a liquid, chicken flavored dose and is easy to med. He has no other health concerns.

Eliot:
Eliot is a sweet lady and loves pets and attention. She purrs like a passing truck and talks loudly near mealtime. She has a funny personality and she loves chasing. Strings, food, and pets from her people are her favorite things. She also loves high places. Her previous home included many cats and 2 dogs and it was reported that she was intimidated by the constant noise and her living companions. She may not do as well with a rowdy home or with aggressive animals. She did very well when our young nieces and any other guests came to visit and harassed them often for loves. She is not well suited to be an outdoor cat. She loves the indoor life as long as there is a high place and consistent food. She did escape once this year and we concluded she doesn’t know to come inside after she has been out. She has hyperthyroidism. The medication we give her is chicken flavored, once daily and she does great for that. She has a funny game with my husband where she sits on the highest tower of the cat tree and tries to gently bat him as he passes if he doesn’t reach up to pet her. Her favorite game with me is where I pet her chest and try to pull away before she can object by putting her paw on my hand. She is also used to long schedules and can do her own thing but thrives with daily loves.

If you are interesting in giving JoJo and Eliot a new home, please contact Samira at samira.seeber@gmail.com

 







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