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Buddy 16-001-OX

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After 15 months in NASAP care buddy passed away on February 9, 2018, quickly and suddenly with his foster dad at his side! He was 6 years old and had a great life, thank you to all of our supporters that helped towards his care! 

Buddy came into NASAP's care in 2016, when his owner moved and unfortunately could no longer care for him. He loved to roam around but also loved to snuggle and have scratches to his head and chin. He was easy to care for and enjoyed his hay and greens, with his favourite treat being a carrot. He was a very sweet and quiet boy. Because of his advanced age and some medical issues, Buddy remained in permanent care with NASAP.

Age : 6 years old
Breed : guinee pig

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Maude 13-073-C

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Wanted to share we lost Maude on October 17, 2018. Thanks to NASAP,  Maude our tiny toothless big-hearted senior cat entered our lives and became everybody's sweetheart with her loving demeanour for the last four years of her life.

She was such a loss. So much personality in such a little frame. We miss and greatly loved our mini mighty Maude.


Age : >14 years
Breed : DMH brown tabby

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Petula 07-193-CA

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In Loving Memory of Petula

I adopted Petula on January 30, 2008, and I am very sad to let you know that she passed away on August 9, 2017.  She was only about 10 years old, but sadly she developed cancer and went downhill very quickly.

Petula had a rough start to life as a homeless and sick kitten.  I am very thankful that NASAP found her, nursed her back to health, and gave her another chance.  Over the years, she blossomed into a spunky and talkative cat, full of personality.  She was always happy, and she had different meows and grunts to let everyone know what she was thinking.  She would do funny things like "hide" under the bed, where only her head was actually under the bed.  She also loved carrying her toys around and dropping them at my feet to let me know it was time to play.  Throughout her life she remained a petite cat, at less than 6 pounds.  But she never let that slow her down.  She would follow her friend Mia (a tabby cat) around and tried to jump up to all the places that Mia would jump.  We lost Mia in 2016, and Petula took that very hard.  I like to think that Petula and Mia are now playing together again.  I am grateful to have spent nearly 10 years with Petula.  She is a very special cat, and she is greatly missed.


Age : 10 years
Breed : DSH black and white

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Angel 16-001-DX

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In Loving memory for Angel. 

Angel passed away last night May 13, 2017. She was very well loved in her final year her mom Frances spent every minute with her keeping her safe and loved. Angel was a tough girl but her health deteriorated over the last year significantly. She had kidney issues and eventual failure, she had eye injuries that left her blind and even had to have one eye removed, and she started to have seizures just a few months ago. Last night was a very long night and long seizure and Frances knew it was time to let her go. She was surrounded by family and love to the last minute. Her last year she was surrounded by family, getting daily walks, lots of cuddle time and special treats each day! Despite the harsh condition NASAP found her in last January she had amazing golden year! Thank you to Frances for giving her such an amazing life. 


Hello all! This is Angel. She was found at a local pound, she had been lost on a country road frozen and very matted. She was quickly scooped up and brought to the vet.  Unfortunately she had to be completely shaved but she is adapting well. With a closet of sweaters and jackets she loves being outside. She is deaf but listens so well when she is able to see you. She loves cuddles and is very playful. She is older so we are hoping for an older family for her, as small children can be unknowingly rough. We also have found she has a slight spinal cord injury that causes her to walk with a limp and kick at times. However it does not cause pain or discomfort and she is able to run and trot really well. Due to her age we are keeping her comfortable for her remaining years and hoping to find a loving family for her. She is microchipped, vaccinated, and spayed. Please inquire below. 

Age : 11 years old
Breed : Terrier x
Weight : 15 pounds

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Agnes 00-000-CA

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Agnes was a short-haired torbie spayed female cat that was impounded at one of NASAP's partner pounds in December, 2013. She had a tattoo which allowed us to determine that she was spayed in 2000 and was likely around 14 years old. Despite the tattoo, her owner could not be traced or contacted and she remained unclaimed because of her age and scrappy personality. Because of these factors, she was also not a candidate for rehoming through the rescue. As a volunteer, I found it very difficult to keep leaving her at the pound every time I went to collect younger, friendlier and more adoptable cats for the rescue. So, in early February, I took Agnes home and assumed responsibility for her. She spent time with friends from the rescue and she even proved to be an excellent mouser in one friend's apartment! Agnes was very sweet with me and my husband and she always seemed grateful for her second chance at a forever home. On the other hand, she was always a complete fractious hellion at the vet clinic. She was given excellent medical care by Dr. Fredlund and Dr. Van Boxtel at Calgary Trail Pet Hospital. Despite medical challenges including kidney disease and repeated urinary tract infections, Agnes spent a happy and comfortable 3.5 years as part of our family. She was euthanized on July 14, 2017.

Jenny and Craig

Age : 17 years
Breed : DSH torbie

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