Hello my name is Sawyer, I'm a young girl who is looking for a forever home. I am active in my foster home as I like to be moving and be a part of what everyone else is doing. I haven’t mastered playing with my foster sister as we are still getting t... Read More
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
Jasmine is a beautiful grey and white tabby female kitten from Phoebe's litter. She is playful and loves the laser pointer and string toys. She loves to run and chase and is very quick. Jasmine is loving, affectionate and will crawl on your lap when ... Read More
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
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
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
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
Hello! My name is Mei Ling and I'm looking to find my new forever family. I'm a good little girl who enjoys cuddles and lots of love. I don't mind other dogs but I'm not fond of sharing so I'm working on that but I think that I would prefer to be the only ... Read More
Meet Chewie! This adorable little orange male tabby kitten was found wandering around a nearby town. Fortunately, he was scooped up before any harm came to him. Chewie is a typical kitten whose main goal in life is to play as much as poss... Read More
Sheiba is a beautiful short haired grey female that is 7 years of age. She is incredibly affectionate and sweet. Sheiba loves to be petted and near her people and purrs as soon as she sees you. She has very soft fur. She would likely do v... Read More
PLEASE HELP DARCY GET THE SURGERY HE NEEDS
Darcy is a sweet young male kitten that NASAP has just brought into care. He is a black and white tuxedo kitten that is around 14 weeks of age. NASAP was contacted by animal control in mid September about Darcy, who was found on an acreage with a major injury to his right front leg. He was also extremely underweight and very hungry. He was immediately examined by one of our partner veterinarians and prescribed pain medication. Darcy has severe nerve damage to his leg and he is not able to bear any weight or use it at all. The vet does not think he will regain any function and the muscles are already atrophied (withered). NASAP has been advised that his leg will need to be removed so that it does not cause him mobility and health problems in the future. The amputation will be completed at the time of his neuter, once he is strong and old enough.
UPDATE OCTOBER 9, 2014: Darcy is doing great in foster care. He is getting around very well without the use of his damaged leg. He has gained weight and has grown a lot. He is almost large enough now to have the surgery and it is booked for October 21. We will provide another update after the surgery. In the meatime, we are still actively raising funds to cover the cost of Darcy's surgery. If you are able to donate to help with his medical care, it would be very much appreciated. Thank you so much to everyone that has already helped out with a financial donation!
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 email@example.com to arrange pick up or drop off. Each box or bag donated makes a huge difference. Thank you so much for your support!
LARGE DOG FOSTER HOMES NEEDED!!!
Due to a lack of foster homes (especially for larger dogs and puppies) we are unable to accept dogs over 45lbs into care at this time. If you would like to help us by fostering a bigger dog 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.