Meet Monty! He's a great guy with an easygoing demeanor. He is fairly new to Nasap but he seems to get on well with other dogs and loves the company of people. Monty is house and crate trained and is up to date on all vaccines including rabies and bordetel... Read More
Wagner is adorable little guy who was unclaimed from a local pound. We were able to ascertain that he is 12 years old. This little fellow is currently being fostered with younger children and another dog and he does well with ... Read More
My name is Luke. I am a black kitty with charcoal grey tabby stripes and a white tipped tail. I am polydactyl (meaning I have extra toes), which makes me one adorable kitten! Look at the size of my feet in these pictures! I love being chased around the hou... Read More
My name is Leia. I am a tiny, all black kitty and definitely a Mama’s girl. My Mom Padme takes such good care of me and my brother Luke always keeps me warm with his cuddles. My goal in life is to be super cozy and when I’m awake I love to play... Read More
Hilda will be attending NASAP's upcoming adoption event at the South side Petland location (150 - 3803 Calgary Trail N.W.) on Saturday, December 14th from 12 noon until 4 p.m. Please come down and meet her!
Hilda is a gorgeous one year old tuxedo female... Read More
Hello! My name is Jet and I'm a young, jet black labrador. I'm extremely sweet and energetic! I need a family that has plenty of patience and who will look after me. At my foster home I am learning tricks such as sit, stay, down and "no paws". Y... Read More
Crystal will be attending NASAP's upcoming adoption event at the South side Petland location (150 - 3803 Calgary Trail N.W.) on Saturday, December 14th from 12 noon until 4 p.m. Please come down and meet her!
Crystal is the smallest of the three girls but... Read More
Sandy will be attending NASAP's upcoming adoption event at the South side Petland location (150 - 3803 Calgary Trail N.W.) on Saturday, December 14th from 12 noon until 4 p.m. Please come down and meet her!
Sandy came into our home a little bit shy but sh... Read More
Meet Poppy! She's a very sweet 3 month old doll face who is looking for her forever home. Poppy has had two sets of vaccines, been dewormed and is microchipped. She is a typical busy collie puppy who loves to climb fences! She doesn't want to run... Read More
My name is Padme, and I love my two little kittens, Luke and Leia. I had a litter of four kittens about seven weeks ago and I’m so thankful that two have already found their forever homes. I would make a great addition to any home. ... Read More
ADOPTION & INFORMATION DAY!!
NASAP will be holding an adoption event at Petland at 150 - 3803 Calgary Trail N.W. on Saturday, December 14th from 12 noon until 4p.m. and an information session from 4pm till 5pm. Watch our website to see which animals will be available for adoption that day and come pay us a visit! In the event of inclement weather please check our website and Facebook page or contact Petland at (780)436-7387 before you leave to be certain the animal you wish to meet will still be attending!
CASINO VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!
NASAP is in urgent need of volunteers to help run our casino event! The casino dates are Sunday February 16 and Monday February 17. There are day shifts and night shifts. The day shift runs from 10:30 am to 7:30 pm and the night shift runs from 6:00 pm to 2:30 am. The location is Century Casino on Fort Rd. If you would like to volunteer please contact Angela Gruber at firstname.lastname@example.org or email us at email@example.com. You may also call us at (780)922-0250. We greatly appreciate your support!
CAT AND KITTEN FOSTER HOMES DESPERATELY NEEDED!!
Fostering is a wonderful opportunity to help a homeless cat or kitten have a second chance at a happy, healthy life by providing care until a suitable forever family is found. Fostering is extremely flexible. You will be provided with all the necessary supplies and all veterinary care is paid for by NASAP. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org today to find out more about this rewarding volunteer opportunity and save a life!
2013 Holiday Wish List
Please think of the homeless animals this holiday season and consider making a donation from NASAP's 2013 holiday wish list! Please email email@example.com to arrange drop off of items! We are especially in need of the following:
Cat litter (clumping clay, unscented) November 2013:CRITICAL NEED!!
Premium cat/kitten food (wet/canned) November 2013:CRITICAL NEED!!
Puppy padsNovember 2013:CRITICAL NEED!!
Cat scratching posts
Litter for small animals (swheat scoop & yesterdays news softer texture)
Office items: paper towels, toilet paper, boxes of tissues, windex, stamps
Help NASAP help Friedrick to regain his health!
Friedrick is a 2 and a half year old brown and white tabby male, domestic short haired cat. Friedrick was with NASAP when he was about a year old. He was adopted out but was recently re-surrendered to NASAP after a year and a half in that home. Shortly after Freddy came back into care, his foster home noticed that he was vomiting quite a lot. This past July, he was taken to the vet to be examined. Fecal test results showed no problems and the exam showed that he appeared to be a healthy cat. However, Freddy continued to vomit and he returned to the clinic multiple times throughout August to try to determine the cause. He was given an antacid and put on a diet to support gastrointestinal health. Unfortunately nothing seemed to stop Freddy from throwing up. Blood tests and x-ray results were all normal and gave no clues to what was wrong. Freddy's health continued to deteriorate and in mid-September he was hospitalized for lack of apptetite and lethargy. He was given fluids and the next day he underwent exploratory surgery to biopsy his internal organs in hopes of finding the cause of his excessive vomiting. A feeding tube was inserted to help feed Freddy while he recovered from the surgery. The biopsy results showed helicobacter gastritis in his stomach and vacuolar hepatopathy in his liver. Freddy was givevn a course of antibiotics and he has now recovered from his surgery. He is now eating without the feeding tube but is still throwing up intermittently. He has been switched to a hypo-allergenic food in hopes that this dietary change will help his condition. We are still hopeful that we will be able to help Friedrick live a healthy and happy life, but his medical condition represents an ongoing challenge for Friedrick, his wonderful foster parents, NASAP volunteers and his veterinarian. Freidrick’s ongoing vet appointments, testing and his exploratory surgery have been costly. If you would like to make donation towards Freidrick’s care and vet bills please contact us at (780) 922-0250 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Northern Alberta Society for Animal Protection is a non-profit
organization. We rely on the generosity of donations to maintain the
organization and provide for our animals.