Hello I’m Buddy!
I am very happy boy! When NASAP found me I had extremely long matted fur, but I was great with the groomers and I am so happy with my new haircut. Ive never seen my legs so long
I am really good with kids, other d... Read More
He is a big love bug! He loves scratched and having his fur brushed.
He came to NASAP with a few tricks up his paw, and he is very eager to learn more!
He is gentle and eager to meet other dogs.
He loves going ... Read More
She is a super sweetheart! She loves to play and gets along very well with other dogs. She behaves very well on car rides. She is very affectionate and loves pets with her tail wagging constantly. She was very happy to come to NASAP from a part... Read More
Meow is a lovely cat whose previous owner recently passed away. She was taken in by a kind person that updated all her medical care and gave her a thorough grooming to remove some matting. She has now come to NASAP and is looking for her forever home. Beca... Read More
Lilac is a sweet, young cat that came to NASAP from one of our partner pounds. She recently weaned a litter of kittens that went to another rescue for rehoming. Like many young mother cats, all her energy and resources went into raising her babies and she ... Read More
She is a very lovable sweetheart! She returned to NASAP this February and has been an amazing addition to the NASAP family.
She is well loved by adults and kids; and gets along great with other dogs. She is quiet and calm in the house. ... Read More
Gigi is a very small kitty that came to NASAP with her 5 young babies. Her babies have all been adopted. Gigi is very quiet and hardly ever meows. She doesn't play with toys very often but she loves to be near her people. She enjoys following her people ar... Read More
Gallo is a beautiful 3 year old spayed female cat from one of our partner pounds. She is a Siamese cross and has short hair. She has been microchipped, tattooed, vaccinated and dewormed. She is a very sweet and friendly girl that is looking for a quiet ind... Read More
Bijou came to our foster family after having had a litter of kittens. She gave everything she had to her kittens and was very thin when she came to us. After lots of food - and ongoing love and attention - she is at a healthy weight and has become a very s... Read More
Hello this is Gremlin, she's a sweetheart :)
She has lots of energy and needs an active family. Because of her energy level she needs a home with NO CHILDREN. She is a reactive and dominant dog. She needs a family capable of redirecting... Read More
Vegreville Pet Expo
NASAP will be at the Vegreville Pet Expo on May 7 from 11 am to 4 pm with some of our adoptable animals. Please come visit and support this great event.
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 April!
For all of April 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 email@example.com or visit our adoptable cats page to see the lovely cats waiting patiently for forever homes.
New Special Case: Cruz
Cruz is a lovely little boy that came into NASAP's care from a partner pound. We don't know anything about his history, but he was a very sick little guy when he came to us. We believe Cruz started out with a combination of upper respiratory virus and deformed/inward-turned eyelids. The constant irritation of the lashes on his eye led to a secondary bacterial infection and severe damage to his left eye. It was likely so infected and ulcerated that it ruptured. His right eye is still there but it is extremely cloudy and scarred. Our partner vet is not sure if his remaining eye will be salvageable but it appears like he still has some vision. He is now receiving badly needed medical care including strong oral antibiotics, antibiotic eye drops and an antiviral gel. Other than his eye issues, he is a completely normal kitten. He is eating well and has good weight. Despite what must be a terribly painful condition, Cruz is happy, cuddly and completely sweet. He never complains, even when he is wrapped up like a kitty burrito to take his medications. All he does is purr the whole time because he loves anything that seems like a close cuddle. He's a very good boy about everything being done to/for him. The next step for Cruz is to have a consultation and exam with the local specialist/opthamologist at Guardian to determine next steps. He will need surgery on one or both eyes at the time of his neuter. This surgery will be costly and his care will be ongoing while we try to return him to stable state of health and find him a forever home. Please donate today and note that it is designated for Cruz! Thank you!