Please send your happy tails of NASAP animals to


Willimina Image

Here are some pictures of Willimina. She is doing great and spoiled rotten Willimina is getting on great with both of our golden retrievers. The 5 years old is facinated with her and Willimina buries herself in Megan's tail and nips at her ankles. The 12 year old just looks on indulgently. She is a pretty happy kitty and we are thoroughly enjoying her. Thanks for taking such good care of her while she was waiting for a home.

Rolo and Montoya (now Milo and Murphy)

Rolo and Montoya (now Milo and Murphy) Image


Milo and Murphy here, formerly known as Rollo and Montoya.  We wanted to let you know that everything is super, over here at home.  It was love at first sight and forever love, at that. Let me tell you, we were VERY relieved to find out that thanks to our two feline brothers, Gus & Remus, mom and dad are easily trained.  They know our mealtimes, bedtimes, playtimes, and thanks to our continued supervision, they’re doing well with the potty training—a relief to a growing puppy, let me tell you, having parents who know how our little bladders work!

Mom and dad take really good care of us. We’ve met our vet and had our second round of shots (and we were SO well behaved, you would have been really proud of us).  We know how to sit, stay (although that’s a bit hit & miss—well, yeesh, how long is a puppy supposed to wait when they’re holding treats?), sleep in our kennels, and we’re learning to lie down and fetch (not all at once, though. We’re very smart, but even we can’t fetch if we’re lying down).  We put up with the rag baths, don’t mind the teeth brushing, but oh boy! can we do without the claw cutting!  Beauty is all well and good, but we heard the scruffy look is in—could you tell mom? Those nail clippers are just too much for even the most well mannered puppy (but we put up with it. How can we deny mom and dad? They’re always cooing and cuddling us. It’s hard to tell them no to anything).

Anyway, NASAP, thank you for finding us a forever home.

Milo & Murphy

Just the parents chiming in, here. The boys are phenomenal, truly. We can’t even begin to describe how much they’ve added to our home, how much hearing the **whump** **whump** wag of those little tails hitting the floor just melts our hearts. They are such a blessing and they’re just the most wonderful, special, little guys and a joy to have in our lives. Thank you, NASAP for letting us have these furry little angels.

Sven & Natasha


Spazz Image

Hi there,
My boyfriend Joel and I received a letter from you about a week ago asking about Spazz. He is very comfortable in our home, and loves attention. He is doing well, and is very welcoming to guests at the house. spazz loves a lap to lay on, and acts as an alarm clock in the morning when it is time to go to work. He loves to come into the room and meow until we get up. And is always on time; a few mintues before the alarm clock. We love him very much and thank you for the opportunity for gaining such a great companion.
Danielle Gagnon

Nico (formerly Ashlie)

Nico (formerly Ashlie) Image

Hi Ashley,
Here are some pics of Nico & Kuffs from August 3. She is growing so fast & by the end of this month she will be ready to go to the Vet to be spayed. Nico is so cuddly like her Mom & looks like her Mom. Her tail is so long that Brian gave her the nickname of "Lemer." As you can see, she is very happy, spoiled rotten & we love her dearly. Both Brian & I would love it if you would come out to our place in Leduc sometime to see Nico. She still plays strange with other people, no matter how many times she sees them. That's okay, she is just trying to figure out who they really are. Have a great week & take care.
Kathy, Brian, Kuffs & Nico


Jamie Image

Hi Ashley,
Just a quick note to let you know how Jamie is doing. She settled better than I had expected. I stopped at pet smart on my way home, bought the soft paws, had them on her within the first 1/2 hour. Wasn't bad, only took me 5 mins to put them on. I've had to replace one since then. If they stay on the way they are suppose to I am sold. I also bought a bottle of that spray you told me about probably never have to use it.She adjusted well. No problems with using her new litter box I was worried about that. We just brought her to it freqently and she would us it when she had to. I think today she can find it on her own. The kids fight about who she is going to sleep with at night, that was a problem with our other cat to. I will send you some pictures soon. PS I have an appt booked for after the long weekend for her checkup and her booster. It was the soonest they could fit her in. ( this was one of the vets on your list) So since I had to take her there for the check I thought she might as well get her booster there to.

Nala (formerly Kylie)

Nala (formerly Kylie) Image

Quite some time ago I received an email asking about our kitten that we adopted from NASAP. My apologies for taking so long, I just kept forgetting her information. Her NASAP Animal ID#: 08-004 and at the time of adoption her name was Kylie (a white and calico tabby). We changed her name to Nala and I just wanted to share a few pictures of her with you. We love her so very, very much and she is so spoiled, but a very good kitty at the same time! Thank you for her!

Connie Lunn


Jack Image

Well, it's only been three months since we brought Jack home but we can't imagine life without him.  He brings so much energy and life to our lives!  He is such a goof, always playing with a toy or his doggie sister Daisy. We have had so much fun watching the two of them run around the yard like maniacs this summer playing with each other or "hunting" insects.  I didn't think ants could be herded but our border collies have done it!  He didn't have any problems adjusting to his new home - I think it was easier on him than us!  He is well behaved and has learned our rules quickly, even Daisy's rule to stay off of her bed!  He loves going to the offleash park and is wonderful with other dogs.  We have lots of fun with him and are so happy to have found him - thank  you!

Jen and Hilliard (and Daisy and Jack)


Simon Image

I received your letter regarding how Simon is doing.
I just wanted to let you know that Simon is doing well and has certainly settled in well.
He continues to feel more and more at home.
He certainly likes to be around people although he is a little aloof and isn’t all that cuddly, I am sure that he will warm up to us more with time.
I think it is still a little early to expect him to feel as settled as he will in time.