Please send your happy tails of NASAP animals to

Nico (formerly Ashlie)

Nico (formerly Ashlie) Image

Hi Ash,
Hope you are doing well.
As you can see our little girl is growing up & quite the poser!
We would sure like it if you could sometime come out to Leduc to see Nico Ashlie & her brother Kuffs.
Take care,
Kathy & Brian


Maggy Image

Hi Ashley,

Sorry, I got somewhat busy with work and never got to e-mail you. Maggy has adapted wonderfully and now is a happy member of our household. There is still some chasing around going on with the dog every-once-in-a-while but I think she understands that he won't be harming her, so it's more of a game now. Sometimes they sit in the same room for hours without anything, and then all of a sudden the dog gets up to chase her, she gets under a couch, hisses at him and tries to paw him on the nose, after a minute of jumping around and sniffing, the dog goes back the his corner and Maggy comes out to go back to her corner and everything is back to normal... She's put on some weight, although I am not free-feeding her and I am making sure that she doesn't get more than she needs. She was a little on the skinny side, so I guess this is good news as long as she doesn't keep putting on more weight. I got some little balls and mice for her and she loves playing with them around the house. She also wakes me up every morning around 5 by meowing and licking my face. I would have never imagined that I could wake up at 5am with a smile on my face :)

I've made a little Picasa album where I post Maggy's pictures. There aren't many of them as she is not very cooperative. She lies there looking at me for hours without moving, but as soon as I take the camera in my hand, she starts walking around me and trying to jump on my lap. So out of the 10s of pictures I took, these were the only ones that turned out... Here's the link:

Thanks a lot for following up on her. Hope things are going fine and more little ones are finding happy homes at NASAP.




Hanna Image


Hanna is doing sooo good. Here is a picture from the summer of her. Take care.


Xander and Lois

Xander and Lois Image

I just wanted to give you an update on both Xander and Lois who are both doing great. We actually ran into one of Lois's daughters at the dog park today. Please find attached pictures of Lois and Xander.

Rooh (formerly Alice)

Rooh (formerly Alice) Image

Hi Ashley,
I just wanted to let you know that she is so big now and beautiful. Her tail is like a skunks. Shes that prettiest cat i have ever seen! She is still so sweet, i was sick in bed for 5 days and she didn't leave my side. I think she knew i needed her. Dave and the kids couldn't believe it, how she slept with me and would follow me around almost to make sure i was okay. She would even try to jump at the door when i was in the bathroom. I wish they would have video taped it. But here a pic of her favoriate new toy. she loves beer boxes she cuddles up and sleeps in them and loves jumping in and out of them. silly girl.


Stella Image

Hey Ashley,
Just wanted to let you know that Stella is doing great and that we couldn't be happier with her. I really can't believe how much she and her hair has grown since I first picked her up from your place!!
She got through her spay like a champ.....I was pretty proud of her.
Here is a pic that we took a month or so ago.


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