Meet Bella

Meet Bella she came to NASAP when he family didnt have any time for her. We love having her and can't get enough of her love and cuddles. She is a goof ball and loves playing with her foster friends and toys. She is working on her house skills being in a n... Read More

Meet Turbo

Turbo is a very sweet kitty that came to NASAP with his siblings. Turbo was very malnourished and scared of people at first. Turbo now meets his people when they come to see him. He loves getting attention and is doing well being handled. Turbo is the most... Read More

Meet Taffy

Taffy is a super sweet kitty that came to NASAP with his siblings. Taffy was very malnourished and scared of people at first. Since being in care taffy has really blossomed. Taffy purrs all the time and loves to be handled. He likes belly rubs and kisses a... Read More

Meet Timbit

Timbit is a very petite kitten that came to NASAP with her brothers. Timbit was very malnourished and scared of people. Timbit has made huge progress and now loves people. She loves to purr and get rubs. She is not a huge a fan of being picked up but is to... Read More

Meet Tabby

Hi! I'm Tabby and I'm still new to NASAP. I came into care with my siblings and I was very sick. I needed lots of extra care and thanks to the awesome vets I'm all better now. I had been on the streets for a while and was very scared of people. I can be sh... Read More

Meet Tuxi

Hi! I'm Tuxi and I'm still pretty new to NASAP. I came with my sister and we had been on the streets awhile. I was pretty skinny and was very scared of all the new people. But now I love my humans and finally get to feel safe. I get all the food I want and... Read More

Meet Bella

Bella is a very sweet kitty that came to NASAP with her newborn kittens. Bella is a very good mom and attends to her babies very well. She loves people and always has to get rubs or sit on her humans. She is a great eater and enjoys getting brushed. Bella ... Read More

Meet Sophie

Sophie is a lovely and affectionate older spayed female kitty that just wants to be loved. She is short haired and has unique torti markings. She is very sweet and gentle with respectful children and adults alike. Sophie loves to eat and has put on a bit t... Read More

Meet Panda

Panda is a very sweet kitty that came to NASAP with his mom and siblings when he was only 5 days old. Panda is a very well mannered kitty and seems to do well with everyone. He can be a tad shy when first meeting new people, but warms up very quickly, espe... Read More

Meet Proton

Proton came to NASAP with his mom and siblings when he was 5 days old. Proton is a great kitten and never gets into trouble! He is a more quite kitten. He plays well with the other fosters and is Ok with being handled. Proton is sometimes unsure of new sit... Read More

Breaking News NASAP Cat/Kitten Special Reduced Adoption Fees!!

**Throughout September, 2017, adopt an adult cat (>6 months old) for just $100 or a kitten for $150. The special senior adoption fee remains $70. These adoption fees include their spay/neuter surgery (at 6 months of age with coupon for kittens), microchip, vaccinations, deworming, FIV/feline leukemia testing and a post adoption health checkup! If you have been considering adding a new feline forever friend to your family there's no better time than now! Normal NASAP criteria/requirements for adoptive homes apply during this special promotion.**

Permanent Care NASAP Animals

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. Permanent care foster homes are an incredibly important part of what we do. Do you have room in your life for an animal in need that won't be getting adopted? You supply the love and care, we'll supply the medications, supplies, and support. Please contact us today about donating to our permanent care animals or becoming a permanent care foster home!


Thank You!

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A big thank you to Brian Lowrie of Invisible Fence of Northern AB for the generous donation of wet cat food! Thank you for the support and the kitties are thrilled!

Thank you to George Brent for the donation of dog doors, poop scoops, litter boxes, dog crates, dog treats, cat and dog dishes and various brand new crates! Our foster homes will put all of these items to use! 

NASAP extends sincere thanks and gratitude to the Cunningham Animal Care Fund at the Edmonton Community Foundation for their very generous grant of $6,312.00!!

NASAP thanks the City of Edmonton Animal Rescue Fund for their second grant to provide veterinary care for permanent care Cookie!

NASAP sends a heart felt and huge THANK YOU to pet groomers Catty Canines  for their ongoing and generous support! The team at Catty Canines treats all of our foster pups to the best spa days! 

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