Contact NASAP!

Mailing Address

P. O. Box 3236, Station Main
Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada
T8H 2T2

 Office/Warehouse Hours:

Saturdays from 10 am to 1pm                                                         

-Please email or call to set up appointment during office hours for the warehouse address-

Phone: (780) 922-0250

**PLEASE NOTE: NASAP is run by volunteers. We have full-time jobs, families, and other commitments in addition to caring for the homeless and discarded pets and maintaining this organization. Many of our committed volunteers put in time equivalent to a full time job. As your inquiry may take some research, please expect a response time of at least 72 hours.**

Surrendering Your Animal

NASAP, as an animal rescue organization, does take in owner surrendered animals when there is space to do so. Priority is given to pound animals as they are out of time and/or have nowhere else to go. Please note that this may mean your request to surrender your animal will have to be placed on a waiting list until space becomes available.

Upkeep of surrendered pets represents an ongoing and significant expense for NASAP. Surrender fees help offset the cost of caring for these pets until new homes can be found, which may take months or even years in some cases. Surrender fees for pets being relinquished by their owners are as follows:

Altered Dogs: $100 (this is a minimum fee which could be higher depending on any medical concerns such as spays/neuters, dentals, growths, wounds, bloodwork etc...)

Altered or Unaltered Cats: Proof of negative FIV/Feline leukemia status*

*In order to control contagious disease, all owned cats and kittens must undergo a feline leukemia/FIV test at the owner’s expense prior to being accepted into NASAP’s care. This test can only be performed by a veterinarian.

Surrender fees for litters of puppies will be negotiated upon acceptance of the litter into NASAP's care.

NASAP is able to accept a maximum of one litter of puppies or kittens from any one location/person.

A NASAP representative will discuss the surrender with you and will request to meet your pet(s) prior to making a decision. You will be asked to supply vet records for your pet(s). All of your pet's supplies are requested to come with the animal upon surrender, to make the transition easier.


Please be aware that NASAP has the right to refuse a surrender request at any time during the surrender process. If your pet is accepted into care, a surrender form will be completed and signed by the person surrendering the animal, effectively severing all claim of ownership to said animal. An animal being accepted into NASAP's care must be fully and completely surrendered to NASAP.No individual wanting to surrender their pet will be permitted to foster that pet until a home can be found.


Please note that at no time and under no circumstances can NASAP accept into care and animal that has shown aggression or bitten a human being.


NASAP does not accept stray/lost or feral cats from the general public. City of Edmonton bylaws state that stray animals found within city limits must be surrendered to Edmonton Animal Care and Control. If you are having problems with stray or feral cats outside of Edmonton, please contact the bylaw officers in your area.


Click here to request to surrender your animal to NASAP.

Please fill out this form and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible.