Please send your happy tails of NASAP animals to tails@nasap.ca.

Margery (now Molly) and Florence (now Daisy)

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Molly (aka Margery) and Daisy (aka Florence) are doing awesome.   They are such a blessing in our house.

They have such great personalities we are so lucky to have found them when we did.  We were very lost when we had to put our 14 year old Tigger down.  The house was quiet and empty.  Molly and Daisy have brought our house back to life.   My daughter loves that fact that they snuggle with her.  Molly is a sneaky monkey always looking to steal my daughter’s hair elastics.   Daisy still loves to play fetch and watch out the window.   It is always so cute how they always snuggle up together, it is hard to see where one starts and one ends.  Ms. Molly likes to wake me up in the morning with her super loud purring as she nuzzles into the crock my neck.  I have used it to my advantage when I am trying to get my daughter up.  I pull down her blankets so her neck is exposed and let Molly go to town, she is hard to ignore when she gets purring and wants some attention.

We look forward to many years with them in our lives.

Keri

Gretel (now Duchess)

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Hello,

We renamed Gretel to Duchess. Duchess is a pure delight and settled into to our home effortlessly. Duchess and our other cat are great friends, that bring each other great joy and physical activity chasing each other. Duchess is right right on track according to last vet visit. 

Glad she is part of our lives.

Thank you for the follow up,

The Campbells

Darcy (now Harley)

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Hello NASAP,

Harley (Darcy) is doing fantastic.  

We had a minor setback with his amputation after he had been with us for about a month. Our vet corrected the issue with no problems at all.  Harley sailed through the procedure as if nothing had happened!! He has no difficulty at all in getting around; and in fact is somewhat of a speed demon!!

He is a treasure to us and is very much loved. He has a terrific personality and settled in with the others very easily.

Thank you for rescuing our beautiful boy and giving him a chance to have a long and safe life with a family who loves him.

Gratefully,

Sherrill

Barney

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Good evening,

Barney is doing well. I am just trying to get his health issues under control. He just had his dental and had quite the inflammation of his gums (we're thinking from the atopica-his medication for his skin lesions). The lesions are completely healed up but he may be allergic to his medication. We are waiting to hear back about the results of the biopsy. As well he has had to have his front lower 6 teeth pulled. Aside from all of that he is doing fantastic. He has adjusted well to my other cat and is honestly the sweetest cat I have ever met.

Thanks,

Danielle

Leo

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Hello NASAP Family!

It's Leo! I asked my puppy Mommy to send you guys an update on how I'm doing. I adopted my new family in August 2012 and life has been so fantastic. I had no idea it could be like this!!

I've been a very busy boy since I left NASAP. Me and my family travel a lot and I love every minute of it. I've been to so many new places. California, Utah, Idaho, Montana, Arizona, Nevada. Last year we officially became full time RV'ers too! I'm looking forward to doing much more travelling now and seeing tons more new things. Along the way I get to meet new friends and smell new things. What more could I ask for!!

Now that I am more comfortable with my family, I'm learning lots of new things too. Recently I discovered that toys are so much fun. You can chase them around, play tug a war with my sister Java and go fetch when they are thrown. Who knew?!?  I also learned that I can chew on bones. At first I wasn't sure what to do with them and would just leave them alone. Now when I see them come out, I sit like a good boy and wait for the wonderful treat. I'm so thankful that my family has been so patient with me and let me figure out all these things in my own time.

I am sending you some of my favorite pictures. Java and I always get to go along and explore when we go to a new place. We never miss a moment of the fun.

Good bye for now NASAP Family. We are busy getting ready to leave for our next adventure... Jeeping in Moab Utah. I am so excited.

Puppy hugs and tail wags!

Leo :)

 

Clementine

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Clementine is fitting in just well and has adopted me as her mama. Every where I go Clementine is not far behind. Her and Maude often spend the afternoon cuddled up together. My experience with NASAP has been fantastic and love all three of my girls!

Joey and Lucy

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Hi,

Both kittens are doing well.  I believe we have successfully integrated them with our older cats (also NASAP adoptees - Momo is orange, Tara is tortoise). Here are few of photos of our group. 

Thanks,

Dean and Kym

Squeak

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I adopted Squeak back in 2011.

I just came across an old letter from you asking how she was doing.

Here she is outside on a leash…..LUVS it.

I adopted another cute boy this past summer.  They get along great.  The second picture is how all three of us spend our relaxing times at the house.  Both on my lap cuddling.  AWESOME.

And the last picture is of my little darling.

She now only has 3 teeth but is doing well.

Keep up the good work.

Marion