Meet Fiona

Hi I'm Fiona and my foster mom thinks I'm the sweetest thing. I purr all the time and absolutely love attention. I'm still a little shy but am getting more comfortable every day. I'm pretty quiet as well. Since being rescued from outside I'm adjusting nice... Read More

Meet Bruno

Bruno and his brothers Marco and Ziggy came to Nasap at about 4 days old when their mother passed away. We were told mom was a Pomeranian but we did not get to see her and the pups don't look too much like "poms" to us so mom was likely a pom cross an... Read More

Meet Marco

Marco and his brothers Bruno and Ziggy came to Nasap at about 4 days old when their mother passed away. We were told mom was a Pomeranian but we did not get to see her and the pups don't look too much like "poms" to us so mom was likely a pom cross an... Read More

Meet Ziggy

Ziggy and his brothers Bruno and Marco came to Nasap at about 4 days old when their mother passed away. We were told mom was a Pomeranian but we did not get to see her and the pups don't look too much like "poms" to us so mom was likely a pom cro... Read More

Meet Jazzy

Well hello everyone! My name is Jazzy and I came in with my boyfriend Shorty. I too am a well behaved, well mannered young lady. I am house and crate trained though I did have some issues with pooping in the house when I first came to Nasap but it tur... Read More

Meet Shorty

Hey There! My name is Shorty and I came in with my girl Jazzy! I am a great little guy who is well mannered and behaved. I'm pretty quiet and haven't even barked in my foster home yet. I sit and stay very well and I'm a good listener so if you need someone... Read More

Meet Starla

Hello! My name is Starla and I was unclaimed from a local pound. I'm a super sweet girl who is very well behaved and calm. Even though I'm very new to foster care I've already shown that I am fine with other dogs and ignore cats. One important th... Read More

Meet Tucker

Hello! My name is Tucker and I came to NASAP when my family had to move into a home that couldn't take pets. Despite the fact that I have been "legally blind" from birth, I'm a happy boy who is adjusting exceptionally well in my foster home. I'm... Read More

Meet Ember

Ember is a darling girl who is new to foster care. She came to us from another rescue in hopes of finding her forever home.  Ember is a sweet girl who is a bit shy and timid in new situations but she is becoming much more comfortable and int... Read More

Meet Persian

 This black and white, medium-hair-length little guy is full of snuggles. His quiet mews and purrs follow you around. Persian is really a wonderful companion. He has been gentle with children five year olds & up.  He has become very playful... Read More

Breaking News 2014 SILENT AUCTION FUNDRAISER

NASAP is an animal rescue organization dedicated to rescuing and rehoming abandoned and abused animals in Edmonton and its surrounding areas. Since its inception in 1997, NASAP has successfully found new homes for over 5000 pets. We actively practice and promote spay and neuter of adoptable animals, and we are dedicated to reducing the use of euthanasia as a means to control pet overpopulation.

Last year's NASAP's silent auction fundraiser was a tremendous success with over $7000 raised to help homeless animals in Northern Alberta. NASAP is pleased to announce that we are planning a silent auction event again this year! The auction will take place on Saturday, May 31, 2014, at Average Joe's All Star Bar in Sherwood Park. We are very excited about this opportunity and hope you can help us make it another success!

Our deepest appreciation to you for considering a donation toward our upcoming silent auction! We will graciously accept and pick up donations of new items, services, gift packages, gift certificates or monetary contributions. Please include a small package of business cards/pamphlets for display beside your donation during the course of the silent auction.

If you are interested, we can provide you with a small poster about NASAP and the work that we do. If you feel it is appropriate, please hang this poster in your employee areas, or even on the front door for all to see! We are always very grateful for any assistance in getting our name and message out to the world.

We appreciate your time and attention to this request. If you would like to donate or have any questions, please contact NASAP at admin@nasap.ca, or (780) 922-0250(780) 922-0250. We look forward to hearing from you, and thank you!

Warmest regards,

Geneieve Horvath, President

On behalf of the NASAP Board of Directors and Fundraising Committee

NASAP thanks Champion Petfoods for their donation program!

Champion

At Champion Petfoods, our mission is clear and strong: We make Biologically Appropriate Dog and Cat foods from Fresh Regional Ingredients in our own local kitchens. With shared passion to support those cats and dogs who need us most, we thank NASAP for their work in our communities, and we are pleased for the opportunity to support them with on-going ACANA and ORIJEN food donations.

2014 Wish List

Please think of the homeless animals this year and consider making a donation from NASAP's 2014 wish list! Please email donations@nasap.ca to arrange drop off of items! We are especially in need of the following:

  • Cat litter (clumping clay, unscented)  
  • Premium cat/kitten food (wet/canned)  
  • Puppy pads 

  • Cat scratching posts
  • Litter for small animals (swheat scoop & yesterdays news softer texture)
  • Office items: paper towels, toilet paper, boxes of tissues, windex, stamps

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