Meet Nelly

Hi I'm Nelly and this is my story. I was born outside, and my mom, siblings and I were rescued when I was 7 days old. We were very spoiled in our foster home and we all found homes very quickly. I was always the wild child and unfortunately I became a litt... Read More

Meet Tiberius

Tiberius is a big kitty that recently came to NASAP. He had been living outside for quite awhile as a stray and was cared for by some nice people. Tiberius can be a little shy with new situations but once he feels safe, he makes himself right at ... Read More

Meet Starlord

Hi! I'm Starlord and I came to NASAP with my siblings. We came from a large cat colony and were a little scared of people at first. I have a hard time adjusting to new enviroments and will need my own space to help me feel comfortable. Im pretty timid but ... Read More

Meet Groot

Hi! I'm Groot and I came to NASAP with my siblings. We were living in a large cat colony and were a little scared of people at first. Since being in care I have started to get braver. I love to purr!! I'm always purring even when you just look at me! I lov... Read More

Meet Turbo

Turbo is a very sweet kitty that came to NASAP with his siblings. Turbo was very shy at first but now he loves getting attention and is doing well being handled. He can be a little shy with new people but is getting much braver. Turbo is pretty vocal when ... Read More

Meet Sheik

Sheik is a beautiful short-haired, brown tabby male kitty. He is ten years old but acts much younger. He loves people and attention. Sheik is looking for a quiet, indoor forever home where he will be safe and happy for life. He is friendly, outgoing and pl... Read More

Meet Mister

Mister is a short-haired black male cat. He had been living around the acreage of a very kind family for over a year. He is in very good shape and has been neutered. He has a wonderful personality. He is loving and friendly and likes to settle right on you... Read More

Meet Stewie

Stewie is a somewhat shy and incredibly sweet 9 year old male kitty that came to NASAP on Christmas Eve 2016 with his friend, Tiggy. Stewie has short black hair that requires regular brushing. Stewie was extremely overweight and is benefiting from a high ... Read More

Breaking News Did you know NASAP has "permanent care" foster animals?

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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 contact us today about donating to our permanent care animals or becoming a permanent care foster home!

Sleep Therapeutics is helping us raise awareness and funding for these amazing animals, for the month of November please visit one of their 5 locations to donate and learn more about the animals and NASAP. All of our permanent care animals are listed on our Special cases page, please learn about these amazing little fighters and how strong they are!


ELVIS Birthday Night Event!

Join us

JANUARY 6, 2018 for an amazing night of food, music and fundraising! Chased by Fame has included NASAP in their event to honour the King!! The proceeds and doantions from this event will go towards the medical care of our Permanent care animals! 

NASAP will be hosting a 50/50 draw, liquor raffle and silent auction! Please check out our events page or our Facebook event page for more details and how to purchase your tickets today! 


NASAP sends a huge, heart felt THANK YOU to the Cunningham Animal Care Fund at the Edmonton Community Foundation for their recent generous grant!

THANK YOU to pet groomers Catty Canines  for their ongoing and generous support! The team at Catty Canines treats all of our foster pups to the best spa days! 

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