Meet Willow

MEET  WILLOW  She has had a tough road since coming to NASAP in February. Immediately upon intake, Willow was diagnosed with severe bladder stones that required an extensive surgery. Willow is now 100% back to her fun loving, spirited self. Twic... Read More

Meet Hazel

Hazel came to nasap after she was unclaimed from the pound. Hazel has lost most of her ears due to suspected frostbite. Despite her misfortune, hazel is super friendly and loves attention. She does well to be handled and seems to adjust well to new situati... Read More

Meet Lily

Lily is a typical kitten with lots of energy. She adapts to new places very well, and likes to run around like she owns the place. Lilly is currently being fostered with 2 dogs and is doing great. She will be spayed March 15 and then will be ready for her ... Read More

Meet Cora

Cora is a very sweet kitty that came to nasap as a stray and was cared for by people in the area. Cora was brought in just in time as vets determined she was very pregnant. Cora gave birth to 4 beautiful babies on March 5. Cora will not be a... Read More

Meet Dobby

Dobby is a super sweet kitty that came to Nasap after he was found by animal control frozen and quite sick. Dobby was severely Frost bitten and very malnourished. He is a fighter and after a few days of pain killers and other medications Dobby started to s... Read More

Meet O'Malley

Hi there! I'm O'Malley and I'm no alley cat anymore. I'm a big boy with lots of personality. My favourite thing is to roll around for rubs. I've been on the streets for a while and my fur is not my best feature. But don't worry...  I'm all shaved... Read More

Meet Greyson

Greyson is a super sweet boy that came to Naspa after he was unclaimed from the pound. Greyson is a ball of energy and loves to play. He loves other cats and loves to chase and wrestle with them. After lots of playtime he will curl up with his ki... Read More

Meet Ringo

My name is Ringo, I’m a two year old tabby looking for a BFF (best feline friend).  I’m an adventurous and friendly boy who is looking for a likeminded playmate.  I love to play cat-tag – you chase me and I’ll ch... Read More

Meet Penny

Meet Penny! She was surrendered to NASAP after her family developed allergies. Penny has lived with children and does well as long as they are respectful. Penny has never been around other animals so it is unknown how she would be. Penny would likely be be... Read More

Meet Storm

Storm is a very sweet kitty that is new to NASAP. Storm was found at a work site with her 3 little kittens. She was clearly a good mom as her babies were well fed and clean. She loves attention and does well with being picked up and carried. She is very ca... Read More

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Did you know NASAP has "permanent care" foster animals?

When we rescue an animal that has significant health problems requiring specialized care for the rest of their lives, we don't place them up for adoption. Rather, we keep them in their foster home permanently so that we can ensure they can have the best life possible. Because these animals require extensive veterinary work, they cost NASAP a great deal of money, and we rely solely on donations from the pubic to keep caring for them.

Please contact us today about donating to our permanent care animals or becoming a permanent care foster home!


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NASAP sends a huge, thank you to Champion Pet foods for their continual support and donations of dog food! Champion Pet food supports so many amazing rescues around Alberta and we are so grateful for their support 


NASAP sends a huge, heart felt THANK YOU to the Cunningham Animal Care Fund at the Edmonton Community Foundation for their recent generous grant!

THANK YOU to pet groomers Catty Canines  for their many donations in 2017!! We are thrilled they have choosen Berkeley's Place for their rescue to support in 2018! As Berkeley, the amazing pup the rescue is founded from, was originally adopted from NASAP!! Chelsea and her team are amazing and we are thrilled to have their support and support them

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