Meet Holly

Holly came into care with her 9 litter mates. Unfortunately most passed away from a virus called panleukopenia. Holly was lucky and did not get the virus. Holly is quite shy and unsure and loud noises. She does well being held in a blanket as she feels saf... Read More

Meet Noel

Noel is a sweet kitty that came to care with her 9 litter mates. Unfortunately most of them passed away from a virus called panleukopenia. Noel was lucky and did not get the virus. She is a sweet and timid girl who is finally starting to come out of her sh... Read More

Meet Lucky

Meet Lucky!  Lucky was born in care with his 6 other siblings on early morning Nov 3, 2018. He was a complete surprise!! Mom was assessed and the X-ray told us to expect 6 babies, so our team spent 5 hours assisting Hope deliver her 6 babies, we cele... Read More

Meet Panther

Meet Panther!  Panther was born in care with his 6 other siblings on Nov 2, 2018. He was one of the smallest of the pack for a long time. He is named panther because he liked to back up with his bum in the air and pounce on his siblings, whilst growl... Read More

Meet Tiberius

Meet Tiberius!  Koda was born in care with his 6 other siblings on Nov 2, 2018. He was born within minutes of his brother Koda making them the smallest of the pack until recently. He loves curling up in his ‘caves’ - under the table, unde... Read More

Meet Koda

Meet Koda!  Koda was born in care with his 6 other siblings on Nov 2, 2018. He was born within minutes of his brother Tiberius making them the smallest of the pack until recently. He loves being outside and playing in the snow. He is always the first... Read More

Meet Maya

Meet Maya!   Maya was born in care with her 6 other siblings on Nov 2, 2018. She is the only girl in the pack and she loves watching her brothers play and then LOVES jumping right into the mix. She is relaxed but always up for adventures in the ... Read More

Meet Rolly

Meet Rolly!  Rolly was born in care with his 6 other siblings on Nov 2, 2018. He is the biggest of the puppies and he LOVES to play! He is energetic and always up for adventures in the backyard or exploring the house. He loves playing tug of war with... Read More

Meet Pongo

Meet Pongo!  Pongo was born in care with his 6 other siblings on Nov 2, 2018. He is the eldest of the puppies and he likes to rule the clan. He is energetic and always up for playing with toys, his siblings and people. He loves people and adventures.... Read More

Meet Hope

Meet Hope! She came to NASAP in late October, 2018, from our partner pound. She came to us extremely pregnant and actually delivered 7 beautiful babies 9 days after coming into care!  She is playful and loving. Her favourite is to cuddle with he... Read More

Breaking News

special on cats

This fall and winter has been an especially hard time for our cat intake team. During the last 3 months they have been working hard to help with hoarding and overpopulated cat situations. Unfortunately many of these cats and kittens came to nasap very sick and required lots of extra work. Despite excellent vet care we lost 2 cats in late September, early October. Their tired bodies were just unable to fight off infection. Then came the panleukopenia virus which sadly claimed the life of 8 kittens in late November, early December..3 kittens from the same litter are still fighting viruses and not out of the woods, but we are cautiously optimistic they will pull through. Many people dont get to see the behind the scenes of rescue and just see the cute animals up for adoption, but rescue is so much more than that. Our emergency fund is for cases like these and we can only keep helping with your support and donations. Consider donating to our emergency fund or signing up to help foster.

https://www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/northern-alberta-society-for-animal-protection/

 

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 visit  https://www.titanellie.com/nasapff to learn more about our permenant care animals and how you can donate today! They make excellent christmas gifts for anyone on your list Wink

 

forever fund
perm care

THANK YOU!!

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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!

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