Vortex is an adorable little guy that was rescued by a kind woman who found him trying to survive out in the country in this frigid weather. She saved his life by keeping him safe, warm and fed until NASAP could help rehome him. Vortex has a unique short c... Read More
Stewie is a shy but very sweet 9 year old male that came to NASAP on Christmas eve 2016 with his friend Tiggy. Stewie has short black hair that requires regular brushing. Stewie is extremely overweight and would benefit from a low calorie diet and lots of... Read More
Rigby came to NASAP from a local shelter where she had been surrendered by her owners due to a change in life circumstances. She was not doing well in the shelter environment, and it was hoped she would improve with familiar handlers in a foster home s... Read More
Tracy is a young dilute torti spayed female cat that came to NASAP from a partner pound. She is a sweet and shy little girl that just wants to bond with a person and have a friend. She has had a rough start to life and has recovered from a recent infection... Read More
Victoria is an independent kitty with lovely torti markings. Victoria loves to be around people and will usually greet her people at the door. She usually rubs against legs telling you all about her day. Victoria doesn't love being picked up but she does l... Read More
Coco is a slightly shy, but very sweet girl that came to NASAP heavily pregnant. Coco has now finished nursing and is looking for her forever home. Coco was a good mom and gave everything to her litter and because of this, she is q... Read More
Buddy came into NASAP's care when his owner moved and unfortunately could no longer care for him. He loves to roam around but also loves to snuggle and have scratches to his head and chin. He is easy to care for and enjoys his hay and greens, with his favo... Read More
Hello this is Miss Gremlin, she's a sweetheart :)
She has lots of energy and needs an active family. Because of her energy level she needs a home with NO CHILDREN. She is a reactive and dominant dog. She needs a family capable of r... Read More
In 2012, four baby buns were surrendered to NASAP by a caring individual who humanely trapped them on her property outside of Calgary. These bunnies were born to a rabbit who was once someone's pet and was, along with other rabbits, carelessly dump... Read More
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!!
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!
Permanent Care Foster Cat: Serene
Serene is a senior spayed female black kitty. She originally came to NASAP in 2008 as an adult from Leduc/Beaumont Animal Control. She quickly found a loving home with a senior lady that cared for her for the next 8 years. When her owner began to experience health problems and had to enter palliative care, Serene came back to NASAP. Serene has hyperthyroidism that requires daily oral medication (in chewable form - she thinks it is just a treat) and she is on a steroid to lessen the side effects of her thyroid medication (itching and losing hair). Serene is a calm and quiet cat, who saves her meows for the rare occasion when you really need to know something. She does best as the only pet in the home and with adults that let her have her own space and engage on her own terms.We had hoped initially to place Serene in a new forever retirement home, however it proved difficult to stabilize her health and deem her adoptable. Her current foster parents worked tirelessly with her vet to make sure she is as comfortable and happy as possible. She has finally settled in well to her foster home after 10 months in care. At this point, we feel it would be best for her to stay there, in permanent care for the rest of her days. Like any senior cat, Serene needs to receive regular vet check ups to ensure she stays in good shape through her golden years. Her vet care and medications are costly. Please consider making a targeted donation to help support Serene!
A huge and heartfelt thank you to our wonderful partner The Starlite Room, for their continued support and their generous donation! We are so happy and grateful to have amazing people with us in the Edmonton community - keep up the great work!
The Northern Alberta Society for Animal Protection is a non-profit
organization. We rely on the generosity of donations to maintain the
organization and provide for our animals.