Royalle is approximately 3 years old. He is a grey and white long haired male cat. Royalle came to us from one of our partner pounds where he was unclaimed. He is incredibly sweet and affectionate. He loves to cuddle and sleep in his cat beds. We have not ... Read More
Cheytan is a lovely young short haired black female cat. She came to NASAP from one of our partner pounds. She is extremely outgoing and interactive. She has lots of energy and is just a big kitten at heart. She loves attention and petting and to play with... Read More
**Scout will be attending NASAP's upcoming adoption day at Pet Plant - Currents of Windermere (5148 Windermere Blvd) on Sunday, June 7th, 2015 between noon and 2 pm. Please come down and meet him!**
Scout is the son of Atticus and he is one month old. H... Read More
**Atticus will be attending NASAP's upcoming adoption day at Pet Plant - Currents of Windermere (5148 Windermere Blvd) on Sunday, June 7th, 2015 between noon and 2 pm. Please come down and meet him!**
This little guinea pig was purchased from a pet stor... Read More
Lucy is new to NASAP and came to us from our partner pound. Lucy is a very petite cat and very sweet. She is very content to just be around her people. She purrs and purrs when she gets rubs or a good brush. When she came into care, Lucy was heavily pregna... Read More
Welcome, this is Daisy she is a very sweet girl who came to us from the local pound. She is very playful and energetic. She loves walks, climbing, and jumping. She loves people of all ages. She would do well with a family and children, but she would do wel... Read More
This is Gremlin, nick named Lin. She was surrendered to NASAP on Feb 6, 2015, by a lovely family who just wasn’t able to keep her. She did nothing wrong except that she is young and needs attention and exercise that they weren’t able to provide... Read More
My name is Gemma I have been with NASAP since January 2015. I am fitting in well and I am a very sweet girl. I'm well mannered and well trained. I was surrendered to the county pound by my family who was heart broken they couldn't keep me. But... Read More
Hi, my name is Finn! I'm 3 years old with really cool white and grey markings. I love being around my people and will follow you around. If you forget I'm there I'll give your legs a little nudge. I like to sleep on the bed too. I have been neutered, had a... Read More
Meet MaKena! She is an amazing girl who has been with NASAP since October 2014. MaKena is very affectionate, playful and full of energy. She is a really amazing companion. She is very clever and smart which makes her a very willing and capable student t... Read More
NASAP in Desperate Need of New Foster Homes!
NASAP is run by volunteers and we are always in need of new people to help us achieve our mission. All the animals in NASAP's care reside with foster parents until they are adopted into loving new homes. We are asking all those animal lovers out there who could provide temporary shelter to a homeless cat, kitten, dog, puppy or small animal to please contact NASAP today! All food, supplies and vet care is provided by the NASAP - all you have to provide is a safe place, patience and love! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (780) 922-0250 for more information. You can also go check out our "Foster A Pet" page under "Participate" above to learn about the fun and reward of fostering with NASAP.
PLEASE CONSIDER MAKING A DONATION TO HELP COVER COSTS!
Gemma the resuce dog requires urgent knee surgery which is going to be very costly, and that's not including the extensive rehabilitation she will have to do afterwards. We want to give Gemma the best chance at a long and happy life. She is eagerly awaiting her surgery so she can run and play like all dogs should.
Lucy is a very sweet cat who came into care at the end of April and promptly gave birth to 6 kittens. She immediately fell gravely ill, and was rushed to the vet with a suspected severe infection. Luckily her caretakers' quick actions saved her life, and she is responding to treatment. We suspect and hope Lucy will make a full recovery and be available for adoption once she has weaned her kittens.
NASAP is able to operate purely on donations and volunteers, and when we take in an animal we make a commitment to them to do whatever it takes so they will never have to know hardship again. Our medical expenses have been very high this month, and we are asking for the public's help for our beloved rescues Gemma and Lucy. Please visit the donate tab above for information on how to donate to our emergency fund. Every little bit makes a huge difference in the lives of these animals.