Please send your happy tails of NASAP animals to tails@nasap.ca.

Faye (now Jelly)

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Jelly (Faye) is fitting in just fine! She makes us all laugh every day, and she is so patient with our son. She's my little shadow and is always right there when I am working in my office. We are so happy she is part of our family.

Amy

Pongo

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Pongo is doing wonderful!  Him and Monkey are best of friends and get along like 2 peas in a pod. He is super cuddly and loves to go for walks on his harness.

Emma

Linda (now Nina)

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Nina is doing very well with us. She has settled in and is much more relaxed. She can be still skittish when people come in, but doesn't hide anymore. She will wander around and sniff feet to see who is there. Now that we've had her for more than 4 months, she is showing us more of her character. She is very affectionate, but she is extremely determined to get her way. Nina's favourite spot is still Keith's lap (and one of the heat vents) and when he is using his laptop or doing something which does not allow her to come up, Nina will be persistent about pushing whatever is in the way out. She also has an almost daily routine of running around the house at just below hyper-speed, Up, over and under furniture without slowing down. She has an unusual ability to run underneath things at full speed - she just lowers her legs and keeps moving. The first time we saw her heading for the buffet in the dining room, we were sure she was going to hit her head, but she just slid underneath.  

Nina and Ariel are getting along quite well. Nina does have a tendency to be the annoying little sister with Ariel - following her around to see what she is doing. Nina does love watching the squirrel who lives in our front yard as well as the different birds. Magpies get her climbing up the window and thumping her tail vigorously.

We are very glad to have adopted Nina and hope she is happy with us too.

Bonnie

Kaiser

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Hi there

Kaiser is doing great- adjusting well to our home and the three cats! Everyone gets along real well.

He understands words like: Come, sit, down, good boy , and shake a paw. He sleeps on his bed at the foot of our bed every night and goes to work with one of us twice a week - the other three days he is home with someone or will behave in his crate if we have to be gone a few hours.

He is totally house trained!  Still learning manners on the leash and that he is not supposed to jump up- but he is learning for sure!

He loves all people, kids and other dogs- and yes, even the cats!

He is already well over 50 pounds- and did I mention he loves car rides, chew bones and squeaky toys?

We love him!

Kaiser's family - Sherry, Sheldon, Melinda and the kitties 

Virginia

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Everything is good. Here are some pictures. Virginia is the smaller one and Elsa is my bigger one. She digs in my plants is the only thing I'm working on. I'm using organic garlic etc (no scratch) spray around them but it doesn't work well. 

Marco (now Vader)

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Good morning,

I realized It's been far too long since I've given an update on our little Vader (formerly Marco). He is doing so well and has been the perfect addition to our family. We absolutely love him and couldn't imagine not having him here.

Vader also has some very exciting news to share....

 


He's going to be a big brother! Vader will be getting a little sister and she is due to arrive at the end of April. As you can tell, he already loves her so much!

Goliath

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Goliath is a very special boy who suffered severe abuse as a puppy breaking both front legs and making them permanently deformed. His new home has perfected his pain management allowing him to be happier then ever and even allow him to RUN when he visits the lake!! He is very much loved and we are thrilled he has such an amazing second chance home!

Wilma

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Wilma has adjusted well to her life with us and we have adjusted well to her.  Wilma is very social, playful and affectionate - all we could want in a cat.

She does have issues with being picked up and swatting issues.  We have been working hard with Wilma on her issues with swatting and beint picked up and she has improved over the months.  After working on building her tolerance with having her paws touched we are able to trim her claws without an issue.  Wilma is very sweet and friendly and we are happy to have her and continue to help her get used to being handled. We are curious about the life she lived before she came into our life.

Thank you for your hard work with all the animals you help,

Alan