Meet Sammie

Meet Sammie!    He was found on his own on the highway and is loving foster care! He is a very sweet boy and loves playing. He gets along well with adults and kids. He is house trained, refining his leash skills and basic tricks. He can be prot... Read More

Meet Piper

Hello. My name is Piper. I came to NASAP from a local pound who found me on my own in the country. I am loving foster care - learning new tricks, sleeping in a warm loving home, playing with my foster family and learning how to walk on a leash and drive in... Read More

Meet Max

Max is a beautiful kitty that came to NASAP with his siblings after they were orphaned at 3 weeks old. Max was very sick and very tiny and required around the clock care. Now max is a big boy with lots of energy. Max will let you know if you aren't giving ... Read More

Meet Pebbles

Pebbles is a very sweet girl that came to NASAP after she and her siblings were orphaned at 3 weeks old. Pebbles was very sick and very tiny and required around the clock care. Now pebbles is a typical kitten with lots of energy. She enjoys being spoiled a... Read More

Meet Felix

Felix is a very gentle boy that came to NASAP after he and his siblings were orphaned at 3 weeks old. Felix was very sick and tiny and required around the clock care. Now Felix is healthy and very spoiled. He likes to follow his people around and try to cl... Read More

Meet Oliver

Oliver is a very calm kitty that is brand new to NASAP. Oliver likes people and loves to get rubs. He is even starting to like belly rubs. He does well to be handled and loves his food. He has a sweet meow and will let you know if he's feeling lonely. Oliv... Read More

Meet Jasper

Jasper is a super cute boy that came to NASAP with his siblings. Jasper was found living under someone's deck and had spent a bit of time there before he could be caught. Jasper is fairly small for his age as he had a hard time keeping weight on him when h... Read More

Meet Brady

Brady is a lovely older gentleman that came to NASAP due to his owner's terminal illness. He takes time to adjust to new situations but he is the sweetest cat once he gets to know and trust you (which doesn't take long at all). He loves attention and petti... Read More

Meet Axel

Axel is a very sweet boy that is brand new to NASAP. Axel came to us through one of our partner pounds. Axel is quite affectionate and will often give head rubs and come sit on your lap. He is a chatty kitty and likes to have conversations with his people.... Read More

Meet Linda

Linda is a very sweet kitty that came to us from another rescue to be a surrogate mommy to an litter of orphan kittens (after her own were old enough to wean). Linda was very attentive to her adoptive babies and is tried her hardest to get them healthy. Li... Read More

Breaking News Urgent plea for kitten supplies and donations!

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June 22, 2016: NASAP urgently needs the following items to help several litters of homeless kittens:

1) Financial donations -

In May, NASAP took in a litter of 3 week-old orphaned farm kittens into care. Without a mother, they required constant hand-feeding and veterinary support including IV fluids, antibiotics, multiple testing procedures.

In June, a young cat (Bitsy) came to NASAP from the pound. She was heavily pregnant and gave birth to a huge litter of kittens 3 days after intake. Her depleted state didn't allow her to generate enough milk to feed them all, and they have had to be hand-raised. Bitsy was also been quite ill and required expensive testing to diagnose and treat a severe infection in her digestive tract.

All these kitties are doing better now thanks to NASAP's intervention and vet care at our partner clinics. However our vet bills are extremely high and continue to climb every day. Please donate today so that we can continue to help litters in need! Tax receipts can be provided for monetary donations of $20.00 and above.

2) Cases/cans of Purina Veterinary Diets kitten wet food; 

3) Bags of Purina Veterinary Diets kitten kibble;

4) Bags of Royal Canin babycat kibble;

5) Cans of PetAg Liquid Milk Replacer for kittens (KMR);

6) Cases/cans of Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Feline/Canine Recovery RS wet food;

7) Cases/cans of Hill's Prescription Diet Feline/Canine Urgent Care a/d wet food; 

8) Puppy pads;

9) Any brand of pelleted litter (yesterday's news, pine pellets, etc...)

10) Any brand of clumping litter (clay, swheat scoop, etc...)

Thank you so much to our generous supportors for donating today! Contact cats@nasap.ca to arrange drop off or pick up of donations.

Bitsy

Thank You!!

Starlite

A huge and heartfelt thank you to our wonderful partner The Starlite Room, for their continued support and their generous donation! We are so happy and grateful to have amazing people such as them with us in the Edmonton community - keep up the great work!

Also, many thanks to the City of Edmonton Animal Rescue Fund (ARF) for approving NASAP's grant application to cover medical expenses for (canine) Cookie!!

Reduced Adult Cat Adoption Fee Extended Through June!

For all of June 2016, NASAP has reduced our adult cat (6 months and older) adoption fee to only $100! This fee includes spay/neuter surgery, vaccinations, deworming, microchip, feline leukemia/FIV testing and a post adoption health check exam! If you have been considering adding a feline friend to your family, there is no better time than right now! Please contact cats@nasap.ca or visit our adoptable cats page to see the lovely cats waiting patiently for forever homes. 

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