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Crow (now Stan)

Crow (now Stan) Image

Hello there,

We just thought we would give you guys an update about Crow. His name is Stan, now. Stan is a great little cat. He loves to play with his toys and laser pointer. He has quite the personality. Stan has grown up quite a bit since we adopted him. Still, he likes to knead dough on my face when I sleep. He gets into mischief whenever he can but we still love him.

A few months after we adopted Stan, some friends of ours found another little kitten near their home. We couldn’t find the owners of this little guy, so we brought him home to meet Stan. After a few days of Stan trying to eat the little guy (Stan thought he was a toy, I think), they became best buds. We kept him as well and named him “Noogie”. Now, they are both very happy cats and we are very happy to have them as friends, too. Stan seems to be happier with a friend around the house to pass the time while we are at work. Thanks to Nasap for giving us the opportunity to raise Stan in a fun, caring environment.



Meredith Image

Meredith was our first and only foster cat with NASAP. We don’t know anything about her past prior to turning up at Ellerslie pound. Meredith was a model houseguest from day one. She never bothered with the plants, adapted very well to scratching posts and always used her litter box. We fell in love with Meredith’s sweet personality and her physical ‘quirks’. She has two fused toes and an upper canine tooth that points sideways, not up and down! We were so relieved when Meredith was not adopted after spending a week at PetSmart’s adoption centre when we were both out of town! We happily adopted her in October 2006 after she spent two months with us without receiving a single adoption inquiry. She has always been a perfect cat for us. She loves to be near us or preferably on one of our laps at all times. She sleeps on our bed with us every night, all through the night. In recent months, Meredith has faced some health-related challenges. She was a real trooper about taking her medication and going to the vet clinic for treatment. We are so happy that she has recovered and is enjoying life again as a healthy and happy cat. We hope to love and be loved by her for many years yet to come. We are extremely grateful to NASAP for uniting us with our Meredith.

Jenny & Craig


Sophia Image

Despite her medical troubles a very kind and wonderful woman who loves the Kuvasz breed has adopted Sophia. She is now living out her life on a farm with some sheep to guard as well as a fabulous young man to hang out with. Sophia instantly gravitated to these kind people and is thoroughly enjoying her new home with so much to watch over and protect. She also enjoys much love and attention and will be extemely well cared for as she lives out the rest of her life as a kuvasz should.    


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Muggins has been adopted by a wonderful family with three kids and three cats! Her new mom works in the home so Muggins will have plenty of attention and cuddles from her and from the kids who were very kind and gentle with her. Muggins also has 2.5 acres to run on! Lucky girl... Happy new life little Mugwump.        

Navarro and Tanzi

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Hello my name is Navarro, I was adopted from NASAP on Jan 23.   I am enjoying my new home.   I have a play mate her name is Tanzi, she was also adopted from NASAP in June 2007.   We get on well together and get quiet boisterous when we play.   We have not been able to play outside for too long as it is still too cold, but our mom says once the snow melts and it gets a bit warmer we will be allowed to play outdoors for longer periods. Tanzi and myself like to stand at the window, we are both inquisitive and like to see what is going on outside.  Thank you for sending me to a nice home.   Keep well.  

Statler and Munchkin

Statler and Munchkin Image

Post prandial nap.
Outside, bitter blasts blowing.
Human off to work.

Statler (April 2004)
Munchkin (November 2007)

Milo and Otis (formerly Fuzzball and Shadow)

Milo and Otis (formerly Fuzzball and Shadow) Image

We love our new additions!  Milo and Otis are two 8 year old brothers we got in September 2007. They are wonderful for our family! The kids and Milo, (the fluffy one), chase the laser light all day and Otis, (the black&white one), sits on my lap and purrs as soon as I sit anywhere!
Thank you NASAP!

Kaia (formerly Luna)

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Since I adopted Kaia in August 2006 she has come a long way. She is a  high-energy dog who loves to chase a ball,a  frisbee, or stick. (Anything that moves really!) She loves to run and will leap over anything in her path. After initially being very reluctant to get in a car and not too sure about walking on a leash she now absolutely loves to go anywhere, anytime. She is a wonderful companion and maybe one day you will see her in an agility competiton!  Arlene