Meet Sherlock

Adopt Sherlock!    He is a very sweet boy who loves to be outside and with his people. He is great with other dogs and people of all ages. He has been in NASAP care for several weeks working on making him safe and confident in the home. He has ... Read More

Meet Layla

Layla came to nasap with her mom and siblings. Layla loves attention and will adapt to any household. She loves little toys, specially little balls. Layla does well being handled and will make a great addition to any household.... Read More

Meet Toulouse

Toulouse is a fluffly boy who came to nasap with his mom and sisters. Toulouse is a typical kitten and loves to play. He is great to be handled and is starting to cuddle. He will adapt to any household given a proper introduction. Inquire today!... Read More

Meet Scarlett

Scarlett is a very calm kitty who came to nasap with babies and another baby she adopted. Scarlett was a good mom and her babies were well cared for. She loves to get rubs and will roll around beside her people. Scarlett was found to have a small lump on h... Read More

Meet Dawson

Dawson is a big love bug who went unclaimed from the pound. Dawson loves people and is not afraid to show it. He drools when happy and will purr for what seems like forever. Dawson gets along with other cats and will make a great addition to any home. Inqu... Read More

Meet Jaina

Jaina was born in the pound with her 6 siblings. She is a little more timid then her siblings but warms up quickly. She likes to be handled and even carried around. She plays well and is a typical kitten. Jaina will adapt anywhere given time to explore her... Read More

Meet Lumyia

Lumyia is a fiesty kitten that was born in the pound. She loves to play and wrestle but also likes to cuddle on her people. Lumyia is a typical kitten and will adapt to any household. Inquire today on this sweet little girl... Read More

Meet Violet

Violet was a feral kitten who was caught living on the roof of a building. She has been working on socializing and is finally showing her sweet personality. She has a super loud purr and is starting to roll for belly rubs. She will be ready for her furever... Read More

Meet Mugsy

Mugsy was born in care on April 19, 2018. Mugsy is the independent one of his litter and is always off keeping himself entertained. If he gets bored he usually starts a wrestling match with his brothers. Mugsy likes to cuddle close by and is slowly startin... Read More

Meet Peeps

Peeps was born in care on April 19, 2018. He is a very spoiled kitty and is very talkative. Peeps likes to be where the action is and follows his humans around. He is the first to be be fed and always cleans the plate. He can be a little naughty and will c... Read More

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Did you know NASAP has "permanent care" foster animals?

When we rescue an animal that has significant health problems requiring specialized care for the rest of their lives, we don't place them up for adoption. Rather, we keep them in their foster home permanently so that we can ensure they can have the best life possible. Because these animals require extensive veterinary work, they cost NASAP a great deal of money, and we rely solely on donations from the pubic to keep caring for them.

Please contact us today about donating to our permanent care animals or becoming a permanent care foster home!


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NASAP sends a huge, thank you to Champion Pet foods for their continual support and donations of dog food! Champion Pet food supports so many amazing rescues around Alberta and we are so grateful for their support 


NASAP sends a huge, heart felt THANK YOU to the Cunningham Animal Care Fund at the Edmonton Community Foundation for their recent generous grant!

THANK YOU to pet groomers Catty Canines  for their many donations in 2017!! We are thrilled they have choosen Berkeley's Place for their rescue to support in 2018! As Berkeley, the amazing pup the rescue is founded from, was originally adopted from NASAP!! Chelsea and her team are amazing and we are thrilled to have their support and support them

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