Please send your happy tails of NASAP animals to

Babs (now Casey)

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  Hi Mary

Just to let you know, Casey is doing great.  The first days was trying as
she was reluctant to get close.  The next day, I took my other dog for a
walk and when I come back and walked in the door, she was a different dog.

Since then, she loves the walks, gets along with my other dog.  Not sure
which is the alpha dog in the house.

In the evenings, she sleeps in my arm while I which TV.

She is the best dog I have ever had and love her very much.

Arlen (now Charlie)

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Arlen is doing great. He's been very well behaved and we became best buds almost instantly. When I first got him, he had a slight ear infection, but after his first check-up, everything cleared up just fine. Other than that, he has been very healthy. He is very quite and loves to cuddle with anyone that sits on the couch. He's not a very hard worker though (just kidding, he comes to the office with me about half the time and lies around and mooches food off of people). I've attached a picture of Charlie (Arlen) and I at Christmas.


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Diesel is an absolute joy!  He has adopted us nicely.  He is the proud owner of both his kids, Chelsea, 13 and Anya, 7.  He is a gentle, energetic sweet soul.(a perfect mix for our family)  He has adapted very well to us and our lifestyle, which is incredibly busy but much to his enjoyment somebody is almost always at home even if they are working.  We are all very happy with our newest member of our family, and most importantly Diesel appears to feel the same way about us.  Thank you for following up on his well being.  We admire the devotion that everyone at NASAP has had concerning Diesel.  Feel free to contact us at any time about him.                   


Tabitha (now Nalla)

Tabitha (now Nalla) Image Nalla is doing GREAT, she is so smart it isn’t even funny.  She is now in puppy classes at PetSmart and we were told last class that "maybe she is too advanced for this class" HA HA HA.  She knows how to sit, down, wait, leave it, shake a paw, and "out of the kitchen" (see attached videos) and is great on the leash.  She is 100% house trained and has even spent the past week in my bed at night with no problems....other then keeping me awake with her on the bed off the bed on the bed shenanigans.  She loves the cats and loves beating up on her sister (Noodle the Dauschund).  She is booked in for her spay on the 29th and I am very worried about how I am going to keep her quite after the surgery because she is always on the go.
I cant thank you guys enough for letting me have this little girl (well not so little she is 30lbs and is only five months old today).  She is such a wonderful dog and keeps me on my toes all the time, she makes me laugh when I am feeling down and gives me so much love!!

Rio (now Scooter)

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Hi Mary, We are doing GREAT! Rio (Scooter) is a loving and loved part of our family. We have a neuter appointment on Thursday so I will send those forms in ASAP. He is very smart and is teaching us about being dog parents and making us laugh every day. We feel very blessed to have him.

Samantha (now Dakota)

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Thanks for the e mail and knowing that your jobs with NASAP don't stop at the adoption level. We are thrilled with Samantha NOW Dakota. She is a great dog and very well behaved. We find her to be one of the lovey est dogs ever. Every morning she wakes us up with licks and big hugs!! She has come accustomed to going for walks and to the dog park. He big sister Mya and her go everywhere together. She is uptodate on all her shots and is scheduled for her spay in February. She has been a great addition to our family and we lover her with all our hearts. Thanks so much for allowing us to have her in our home.Thanks again,

Link (formerly Azreal)

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Hello NASAP,
My name is Rochelle Bos. About three years ago I adopted a young kitten, at the time his name was Azrael. As it was my first time living on my own I was looking for an adult cat, but when I was looking in the window at the local Petsmart I saw this little devil. The lady who was working that day warned me he would be a hand full and I should probably look at different cat. But stubborn as I am I was in love with this terror, all claws and teeth. The lady told me that he was surrendered by a man who bought Azrael for his wife, the young kitten turned out to be a "curtain climber". I was not worried about it though, I had no curtains. After taking him home I had decided I would like to pick a different name for this spunky little guy, for close to two months I called him "kitten". I then chose the name Link after the Legend of Zelda game's main character. I spent a lot of time with him, and now he is the sweetest cat I know. Friends who dont like cats love this boy. He doesn't bite unless you're wrestling with him, even when my nephew carries him around by the armpits he doesn't fuss. Even my vet claims he is very gentle, when she was trying to give him his de-wormer he pushed her away with just his paws (no claws). I can hold him in the shower and he wont scratch me to get away or even make a sound, even though he hates the water. Every day when I come home, even if I was gone for 10 minutes Link will run to the door all purrs and happy meows. Link will come when called as well as follow me around all day. It may sound like he has done a total 180 since he was a kitten but he still loves to tear around the house and chase shadows. His favorite toy is still a stuffed penguin I won at a carnival the summer I adopted him. His favorite treat is watermelon, every time he smells it he comes running saying "Where's mine Mom?". He loves the dog, fights with our much larger cat all the time. Link has always been on the smaller side. His whiskers are always forwards, his is by far the happiest, most friendly cat I have ever met and I am very glad I was so stubborn. Thank you very much for my boy,
Rochelle Bos

Reuben (now Smokey)

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We brought little Smokey home yesterday and have fallen totally in love with him!  He is the sweetest natured little pup and as long as there's a lap available to cuddle on he's happy.  Our other dog Fudge has been very lonely since his lifelong companion Devon passed away in October.  We have not seen Fudge happy and bouncy until last night when he and Smokey came barrelling through the door into the house after playing in the yard.  This is truly a match made in heaven for all of us.  We cannot thank NASAP enough for all the wonderful work they do.  We are so happy to have Smokey as part of our family.