Pixie

Pixie

About Pixie

Adorable little Pixie is a young kitten with a gorgeous orange tabby and white coat. Pixie is the most reserved of the group. We like to say she is the more mature one! Pixie thinks before she plays. She sits back and decides if it’s worth her effort to play and get in trouble! Pixie loves to hang out on her cat tree and observe from above everyone else! Sort of like the queen of her castle. Once Pixie decides to play, she can be found stealing a toy and being proud of what she did. At feeding time, Pixie has a tendency to stick her paw out in front of her siblings while they eat. Her foster mom likes to describe it as “talk to the hand” type of move. She doesn’t want anyone to eat her food, so she will stick her paw in their faces to keep them at bay. Although Pixie sounds fierce, she is a love bug at heart and is a joy to be around.

We rescued Pixie and her sister, Shady, from Chicago Animal Care and Control in the beginning of October when they were only about 6 weeks old. These girls have grown so big and strong since then and are ready for their forever home.

Pixie can be adopted: with her sister, Shady, with any other compatible PPAH kitten, or into a home with another young cat with which she can play and socialize. The ideal home for this little kitten would have no small children, no dogs (or maybe a very cat savvy dog).

She is already neutered, FIV/FeLV tested negative, Avid micro-chipped, de-wormed and has all necessary shots. She is ready to go to a loving home. Adoption fee is $125

Download an adoption application today!

If you cannot adopt, please share to help her find a “furrever” home.  You can also help by donating to sponsor their care or contribute to our WISH LIST to other pets in need.

If you have any questions, please EMAIL US!

All kittens must be adopted with another kitten or into a home with another young cat with which he or she can play and socialize.  The majority of no-kill rescues nationwide adhere to this policy. This policy is NOT based on a desire to increase our number of adoptions, rather it ensures that the kittens we rescue, nurture, and love are adopted into homes that offer the best possible environment for their social development.

For more information on this policy, feel free to refer to any of these resources:

www.catbehaviorassociates.com/adopting-a-kitten-make-it-a-double/

www.meowcatrescue.org/resources/articles/12/single-kitten-syndrome

www.adoptapet.com/blog/how-to-cure-only-kitten-syndrome/