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Jack and Milo

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Hey,

We thought it was time to give you another update on Jack and Milo. These two are great cats. When they are not playing together, they're sleeping together. Its cute. They are so funny we are always laughing about them. Milo and Jack are growing up to fast! We love them very much. Right now Milo is watching me write this. He says hi Laura! Haha

The Burrows

CJ (now Lennon)

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We adopted Lennon (formerly known as CJ) about a month ago and couldn't have hoped for a better addition to our family.  He is the sweetest puppy and loves everything and everyone.  We're having so much fun exploring and learning with him and look forward to all of the adventures ahead of us.  Thank you for giving us the opportunity to benefit from all the wonderful things you do for these animals.

Tango

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Dear Laura, Maggie and All at NASAP, 

Beautiful Tango (aka Orangu-Tango!) is a riot and has burrowed as deeply into our hearts as into our yard! She has all the boundless energy and brains of the best of border collies and loves her two acres of freedom. At first she was wary of other dogs having had little socialization and I was anxious about her facing my already well established crew of four, all rescues, one completely blind. Many, many thanks to Laura Clarke for her patience and Maggie’s dog whispering expertise to help integrate Tango into my current clan and to introduce her to our neighbour’s black lab. Training has been fantastic… think it and collies indelibly ink it! When I corrected her for growling at my oldest border (nineteen this year) she buried her head in a snow boot and growled there instead… (can’t see me so you obviously can’t hear me!) She spotted the wolf calendar on my fridge and felt the need to give it “the eye”. She sleeps all night in her crate as good as gold. 

LOVES: Her family, Frisbee, football, shoes (donated a pair for her personal use), marrow bones (preferably pre chewed by the black lab next door), mining in the sandpit and catching mice!

LOATHES: Squirrels, birds, any passing wildlife… AREA 51 is less secure than our yard! Sat for three hours surveiling the deck after a mouse ran underneath! 

Now just need to work on leash training and leaving the property. Shouldn’t take long when she realizes we back on to the River Valley! It is collie heaven here and she is a real angel! 

Thanks so much NASAP and your wonderful volunteers. 

My daughter, Laura is celebrating her 12th birthday this week-end. No gifts. All donations are for NASAP.

Trey ( formerly Emma) and Charger

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We recently adopted Trey ( formerly Emma ) from NASAP. She has been a part of our family for about three weeks now and she has become very comfortable here. We knew the moment we saw her, she was meant for us. Trey is the most wonderful companion anyone could ask for.She is so obedient,so loving, and so gentle with our kids. She has become very fond of our oldest son and very much enjoys her daily walks and her rubber balls ! She will chew them constantly throughout the day,walking around the house with the ball in her mouth, then bringing it to your lap waiting to play fetch, with her beautiful eyes looking up at you. Even though she is an older dog, ( 10 yrs ) we know we will enjoy every moment we have with her. Shortly after adopting Trey, we began discussing adopting another dog from NASAP. Within 2 weeks, we found "CHARGER". He was a bit timid at first when meeting him, but has warmed up to us nicely. His first couple days were hard for him, but he has made himself at home. He loves to get Trey's attention and they are beginning to play tug a war together, and the odd time you can even catch them sleeping close together. He is fantastic with the kids, and loves to cuddle on your feet while taking a nap. He is your typical puppy! He will soon start his puppy kindergarten once all his shots are up to date! The foster home who took in Charger did such a wonderful job caring for him. The foster home named Charger, and so we decided to keep his name juist that. I guess as a way of showing our gratitude towards the foster family. We are so glad to have found Trey and Charger.They are now a part of our family and we will cherish every moment we have with them. Thank- You Nasap for doing what you do for these animals. Amber and Family

Leila

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Leila is doing great, she is gorgeous and quite smart.  She is also quite strong minded but she learns fast.  We go to the off-leash every day and she loves it.  She is definitely dominant over my older dog Saffy, but both seem to be glad to have each other. 

Chester (formerly Chibs)

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Hi Pat,

Just wanted to let you know that Chester has come leaps and bounds the past few days.  He is now socializing with the other cats and eating  in the common area with them. He has been sleeping curled up with Milo  and they follow each other around.  His purr is so loud and often that  he starts as soon as I walk up to him.  I don't even have to touch  him. Just talk to him.  He and Milo are together beside me while I  type.  He is a beautiful cat and we are very happy to have him as part  of our family.

Thanks so much.

Shelley

Tulip

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Hi Jenny,

Here are some pics of Tulip taken last week. She is so much fun. She makes us laugh every day. And the best part is, she isn't a bed hog like my last cat:)

Thanks for taking such great care of her for us. Have a great evening,

Nancy



Eddie (Previously Queenie)

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Hello again:  i thought it might be time for another update on Eddie (formerly Queenie).  Ed's muzzle has gone grey, she's had a toe amputated, a lump on her chest removed and the degenerative arthritis continues its progress, but Eddie is still the world's happiest dog, often "smiling" at us when we come home.  We have moved back to the country and Eddie adores bombing around the property chasing snow balls and assisting me in my chores cleaning the chicken coop and feeding the horse.  Lately she has taken to cramming her 70lbs into the 6lb dog's bed!  She's so funny-- only her bum fits on this bed!  She is still my constant and faithful companion, often coming to work with me (and will gladly hang out with me driving in the truck all day).  She still wants nothing more than to sit on my feet when i finally sit down somewhere.  She's one of a kind and i'm so thankful to have her.  Thanks NASAP for all you do.  Best regards, Katie Hanna