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Sterling 16-002-C

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Sterling was by far the best cat ever. He loved everyone and everything. Sterling did not have a mean bone in his body and never once hissed or growled at anyone. Sterling would always follow his people around and loved to cuddle. He would quietly sneak up and sit on your lap. He gave the best cuddles. Sterling also loved all the foster animals that he got to meet. He would sit patiently near them while they adjusted to their new surrounding, he was so easy going that he always made the new foster kitties feel safe. Sadly sterling had to be euthanized at just 16 months old due to a fatal condition called FIP. There will never be another kitty quite like Sterling and he will be missed terribly.

Age : 1 year
Breed : DLH grey tabby



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Red 04-999-D

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In May 14, 2004,  my husband and I picked up Red from a NASAP Foster Home.  We weren't sure what to expect with Red at the beginning. Red was very timid and fearful of many things.  But quickly, Red let go of all his fears and became an amazing dog.  Red was gentle, wise and loved by everyone he touched.  Our family was blessed to have Red in our lives for a little over 12 years.  On July 20, 2016, Red passed away in our loving arms.  Our family will forever miss Red's beautiful brown eyes, his floppy ears and 360 degree tail wags.  Our family couldn't have asked for a better dog. Red is greatly missed. Thank you NASAP for bringing him into our lives.

Charlene

Age : >12 years
Breed : Shepherd X



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Fred (previously Fluffy) 09-013-C

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Fred (March 1999 - April 29 2016)

When I was lucky enough to adopt Fred he was almost 10 years old and was the very first cat on the NASAP cat adoption page. He had only one owner who gave him and his brother up when she moved in with a man who didn't want them. His brother had already been adopted and I knew immediately this was the cat for me. He was a beautiful grey and white boy with lovely eyes and a very shy nature and I knew I could give him a loving home until the end of his days. I had Fred for six years he was just a joy and we all loved him. I know his last years were spent being loved and spoilt and giving me in return more love than I ever imagined.   

I want to end by saying never let an animal's age deter you from adopting one of these needy animals. They make great companions and the love you receive is awesome.

Joan

Age : 17 years
Breed : DLH grey and white



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Bear 13-036-CD

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At nine years of age, Bear came into NASAP care with his best friend, Daisy, who was five at the time.  Although Bear and Daisy were pretty uncertain about people for a long time, lots of consistent love at their foster home started to chip away at their fears, and over time, these two beautiful souls finally began to trust.  As fate would have it, their foster home turned into their permanent care home, which meant they would never have to go anywhere else – both kitties and foster mom were overjoyed!  Bear spent many happy years looking after Daisy…playing, exploring, and most especially napping with her.  When Daisy had to leave us too soon due to an inoperable malignant tumor, Bear grieved alongside their mom, and then took on the big responsibility of being an Only Kitty.  Soon enough, his warmth, affection, and huge heart filled the whole house with love once again.  Two loving years passed, and then, just before his 16th birthday, a new NASAP kitty, Ava, joined the family.  Knowing now that his mom would be left in good hands (paws), Bear then said goodbye and went to be with his darling Daisy once again.  Thank you, NASAP, for doing what you do – our lives have been touched beyond measure because of your work.   

Age : >15 years
Breed : DSH orange tabby



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Daisy 13-036-CA

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At 5 years old, Daisy came into NASAP care with her lifelong buddy, Bear, who had been in her life since she was 2 months old.  Both were really untrusting for a very long time at their foster mom’s home, but with lots of love and consistency, they started to settle in.  As fate would have it, their foster home eventually turned into their permanent care home, which meant that they would never have to go anywhere else.  Everyone was sooo happy, and Daisy spent years perfecting her routines of soaking up the morning sun, napping on available bellies and chests, and generally being adorable.  She became the princess of the house and she knew it; she spent another 5 happy years with Bear in this way.  On February 25, 2014, Daisy was euthanized after a cancerous tumor was discovered to have spread to an inoperable area of her throat.  She is survived by Bear, now 14, who is sad but knows that he protected her, played with her, and just all-out loved her for all of her years on earth, and that is all you can do.  Thank you NASAP, for all your care for our Daisy, who touched our hearts in ways that will live on.
Amanda

NASAP sincerely thanks Amanda for providing superb care for Daisy over the last five years and for going above and beyond to try to save her following this difficult diagnosis.

Age : 10 years
Breed : DMH brown tabby with white



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