Meet Gremlin

Hello,  This is Gremlin. 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 they weren’t able to provide. ... Read More

Meet Cosmo

Cosmo is a lovely lady that recently came to NASAP because of issues with the resident dogs in her previous home. Cosmo is a talkative girl that really loves attention. She is shy in new situations, but she adjusts quickly with patience and understanding. ... Read More

Meet Gemma

Hello All, My name is Gemma. I am new to the NASAP family and fitting in so well. I am a very sweet girl, 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 I was so excited ... Read More

Meet Finn

Finn is approximately 3 years of age and he is a short haired neutered male that is white with grey tabby markings. Finn has a friendly, outgoing and playful personality.  He likes playing with little toy mice, feathers or strings. Finn likes to ... Read More

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 and to play fetch with ... Read More

Meet MaKena

Meet MaKena, she is an amazing girl who has been with NASAP since October 2014.  She is very affectionate, playful and full of energy making her a really amazing companion. She has been receiving obedience and behavioural training to assist with leash ... 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 Mei Ling

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 Sheiba

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.  Sheiba's favorite pas... Read More

Meet Skittles

Skittles is a kitty that loves to be around people and will follow you around the house. She loves toy wands and laser pointers. Skittles uses her litter box faithfully and loves her canned food. She loves to play "cat and mouse" (i.e., her person throws a... Read More

Breaking News Thank you for restocking NASAP's supply of cat litter!!

Update Feb 21, 2015:

Thanks to NASAP's generous donors, our stocks of clumping clay cat litter have been replenished and we have actually exceeded our goal of 40 - 18 kg bags/boxes! Restocking from donations instead of purchasing litter frees up significant funding to help more homeless and abandoned animals! 

We sincerely thank the following people and businesses that donated: Linda & Dave, Richard, Pet Valu Beaumont, Debbie, Pauline, Craig, Jane and Ken.

NASAP is always grateful to accept donations of cat litter. Financial donations targeted for litter purchases are also appreciated. Any donations of funds or litter (with submission of the original purchase receipt) greater than $20 are eligible for a tax receipt. Please email to ensure we receive your donation and purchase receipt. 

Our veterinary partners at Beaumont Animal Clinic (4816 50th Avenue, Beaumont) have generously proposed to serve as a drop-off location for cat litter donations. Not only that, they will donate an additional $10 for each 18 kg box/bag of litter dropped off for NASAP at their location!! Please consider visiting Beaumont Animal Clinic with a box or bag of litter for NASAP today!


Check out NASAP volunteer Jaclyn Gallop's FedEx video!!



Over the last year our veterinary costs have increased.  Also in the same fiscal year our donations have decreased.  The average veterinary cost per animal is now $377.50.  All donations are very greatly appreciated.


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 Miss Devin G who asked for donations to NASAP instead of gifts to celebrate her 6th birthday. Her donation of $190 is gratefully accepted and we thank her for her generosity and support!  

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