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Hooch (formerly Aragorn) 00-000-AA

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In May of 2003 we adopted at Rottweiler named Aragorn at the NASAP Pet Adoption Day at PetSmart.  Hooch was aptly renamed Hooch after the movie Turner and Hooch.  When we brought Hooch home he ran into the house like he had always lived there.  We lost Hooch on Monday June 1, 2009 to Liver Disease and possible Tumors.  He was a constant joy to have in our home, a best friend, a good companion and so much more.  He is gone but never forgotten.

Breed : Rottweilor



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The Colonel 01-231-C

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The Colonel was a Permanent Care NASAP cat that was found as a stray in 2001. He had badly frostbitten ears when he came into care which is why his ears looked so small and wrinkled up. The Colonel was a very sweet natured boy and has been described most recently as a "creampuff". He got along with the cat-friendly dogs and cat-friendly cats that shared his permanent care home. He was used to being an outdoor/indoor cat and loved to spend a bit of supervised time in the backyard during the spring/summer months. The Colonel was diabetic for the last several years of his life and required two insulin injections a day.  He was at least 12 years old when he had to be humanely euthanized due to complications related to his diabetes. We are extremely grateful to Ann Powell for caring for The Colonel for most of his life and to Les Hicks for looking after him these last few weeks. 

Age : >12 years
Breed : DSH red tabby



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Muffin (was Alice) 00-734-P

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 NASAP called her Alice.. it just didn’t suit the little girl. Muffin was found by the Leduc Pound in 1999. I took her immediately. Eyes out, broken face and barely alive. Four months of round the clock care and this little bundle of spunk appeared with a don’t you dare put tweezers near my face ever again !!  After 9 years, cancer, colitis, metal infection…. And finally cancer… Her life, “Pink” rhinestone collars, pink blankets, Camping in her yellow tent, with air mattress, walking in her stroller, beds everywhere and so many friends. Muffin couldn’t fight this last battle and her pain was killing me. Her best friends were a 100 lb lab she visited, Meba her new housemate & Trinity, her kitten. She will be cremated with her pink blanket and put into a pink urn. Just Muffy would want to be surrounded in pink fuzzy. Lorelei Storm 
In loving Memory of Muffin 22:03     17 March, 2009



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Malcolm 08-106-CA

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Hi Ashley,

I just wanted to let you know that Malcolm passed away last night. He was doing well until about a week ago when he started vomiting and had diarrhea. He lost a lot of weight very quickly. I took him to Dr. Neufeld last night and held him as he got sleepy from the sedative. He purred and purred. He sounds like a little engine. Although he was only with us for a few months, we loved him so much and he was part of our family. When I got home last night, the dogs knew something was wrong and whined and paced for hours. Taffy, our female lab, took Malcolm’s bed from the couch and slept with it on the floor all night. My sons are devastated and we spent the evening crying and telling funny stories about Malcolm. I’ve got pictures for you and I’ll send them next week.

Thanks for all your support. Malcolm was very special.

Angela

Breed : DSH tuxedo



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Sultan 09-901-C

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I adopted Sultan just a little under three years ago from NASAP. At first I agreed to foster him mostly due to his medical condition with renal problems. I had never had to deal with an animal that had special needs before and I wanted to make sure that I was completely able to give him the care and attention he needed. It didnt take long for him to warm his way into my heart and we became quite attached. He loved to be outside with me while I worked in my garden. He would never stray unless I wasnt around and so I made sure that he was on a harness and a long leash just to keep him safe in a very busy parking lot. He quite often would lay in the shade on a hot summer day along side the brick pathway by the garden and sleep for well over two hours. The way he lived each day, you would never know he was dealing with an illness. Unfortunatley last weekend I lost Sultan to his battle to renal failure. He was such a trooper thru it all. The countless days of IV fluids and medications and the feeding thru tubes just became too much at the end and I had to make the painful decision to let him take his walk across the rainbow bridge. I will never forget this little black cat with such a strength. He made my life full everyday.
 
 "He has become a much better cat than I have a person. With his gentle urgings, he made me realize that life doesn't end just because one has a few obstacles to overcome." - Mary F. Graf

Breed : DSH



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