Meet Gwendolynn

Gwendolynn is a active, young black and white tuxedo short haired female cat that came to NASAP when her time was up at our partner pound. First impressions are that she is very outgoing and friendly. She loves to rub and purr. We think she would be able ... Read More

Meet McKena

Meet McKena! She was unclaimed from a local pound where she languished for over a month. She is fairly new to foster care and has recently been spayed. McKena has been vaccinated, microchipped and her yeasty ears have been treated, flushed and cleaned... Read More

Meet Sophie

Sophie is a sweet senior girl who would love to find a forever family. She is a calm, well behaved lady who gets on well with other dogs, cats and children. Sophie is housetrained and travels well in the car.  She is up to date on her vaccines includi... Read More

Meet Gretel

Gretel is a lovely young white short haired female cat that was impounded West of Edmonton due to roaming with no identification. She was not claimed and came to NASAP when her time was up at our partner pound. First impressions are that she is gentle, qui... Read More

Meet Sawyer

Meet Sawyer. She was unclaimed from a local pound and spent almost a month there. She came to NASAP earlier in October and has been an amazing girl, growing in personality and opening up with her family. She fits in well with her foster home and although... Read More

Meet Betsy

Betsy is a dainty, affectionate black and white female kitten from Phoebe's litter. She loves to be with her people and will follow you around as you do your business. She always has her tail up and will pop her head up to meet your hand as you pet he... Read More

Meet Phoebe

Phoebe was transferred to NASAP from one of our partner pounds with her six, two-week old kittens.  Phoebe was very skinny, obviously being a great mom, giving her kittens everything she had.  Since being in NASAP’s care, she has gained wei... Read More

Meet Florence

Florence is a small short haired black female kitten that came into NASAP's care with her mom (Edith), sister (Margery) and brother (Cuthbert). She can only be distinguished from her sister by a very few white hairs on Margery's belly and chest while Flore... Read More

Meet Margery

Margery is a small short haired black female kitten that came into NASAP's care with her mom (Edith), sister (Florence) and brother (Cuthbert). Although more timid than her brother, it doesn't take long for this little kitten to get comfortable. She loves ... Read More

Meet Edith

Edith is a lovely short haired black female cat that was lucky to make it out of a full pound with her three kittens (Cuthbert, Margery and Florence). Edith loves to cuddle and sit on your lap. She was a good mother but is barely more than a kitten herself... Read More


NASAP currently has a cat in care with a chronic medical condition that is looking for a permanent care foster home. We are posting and circulating this request for help widely to try to find a living situation that might be able to accommodate him:

Winston is an approximately 5 year old neutered male cat that came to NASAP in late 2011. Winston is FIV positive. FIV is a virus that affects the immune system of cats. Winston must be fostered in a home with NO OTHER CATS and must remain strictly indoors only. FIV is not contagious to animals other than cats, and consequently he could be fostered with friendly dogs. Winston also has ongoing issues with his ears. They must be cleaned out and drops must be administered on a daily basis. Winston has a polyp in his ear that requires surgery periodically. As long as he receives regular care, Winston should enjoy many more years of comfort and happiness in his NASAP permanent care foster home.

Please consider whether your home and schedule might be able to accommodate this special needs cat. Please forward this request to other animal lovers among your friends and family in case they might be able and willing to help.

Thanks very much,

NASAP cat intake

(780) 922-0250(780) 922-0250


Thank you for the donations of litter!!

OCTOBER 13, 2014: Thank you to everyone that donated cat litter in response to our recent plea. Your generous responses have restocked our supplies for now. We specifically thank Tanya, Victoria, SOAAR (Supporters of Alberta Animal Rescues), Kym and Dean for their donations. The need for cat litter is ongoing throughout the year and you can always donate to our feline friends by stopping by one of our events or contact us at (780) 490-7291  or to arrange pick up or drop off. Each box or bag donated makes a huge difference. Thank you so much for your support!


If you would like to help us by fostering a bigger dog or puppies please call us at (780) 490-7291 or click on the "Participate" tab above to learn more about fostering for NASAP. We thank you for considering this rewarding experience and ask that you share this information with friends and family members that may be willing to help.


NASAP is very thankful to Lauren who asked for donations to NASAP instead of birthday gifts. Her donation of $200 is gratefully accepted and we thank for her generosity and support!    

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