Please send your happy tails of NASAP animals to


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#happytails for Nala!

“Everything is going pretty awesome with Nahla! She's the light in our house! Every day she does something that makes me laugh. She loves to make new paths in our snow in the back yard and then loves to come in and get towelled down before she comes in the house. Nahla has a new favourite spot on top of the couch where she can see out the back window and the front door. She's always full of energy and excited to do everything and go anywhere! All her fur has grown in now so she looks even cuter!” 


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#happytails for Midnight!! She is doing great, her mass is not inflamed and she has gained weight and her gut is growing in!! She loves car rides and play with squeaky toys! 









#nasaprescue : @nasaprescue


Gator now LUNA

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#happytails for GATOR now LUNA

She is fabulous but giving her mom a hard time with frequent vet visits for allergies, a small mass and random puppy cuts. She is working on her manners and has made a few friends. She definitely doesn’t understand her size!






#nasapalumni : @nasaprescue


Cersei (now Lizzie)

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Cersei (now Lizzie) is doing well in her new home.

Zeus and Noel (now Meela)

Zeus and Noel (now Meela) Image

Zeus has adjusted well. We are working on not scratching the furniture. He is very happy and likes his new companion Meela (formally Noel from NASAP). 

Tracy (now Nellie) and Coco

Tracy (now Nellie) and Coco Image

Tracy (now named Nellie) is doing great!  It took her about 5 minutes to settle in - she is such a friendly and easy-going cat.  She greets me at the door and follows me everywhere.  She always wants to play, and she is very talkative and affectionate.  She is also getting along very well with Coco, who I adopted from NASAP last July.  They like to chase each other around the house and then they will settle down for a nap together.  Thank you so much for rescuing Nellie and Coco and giving them another chance.  They are both such sweet kitties, and I enjoy every moment with them!


Dixie (now Daisy)

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Here's a picture of Daisy (formerly Dixie).  She was adopted in November 2007 at a Petsmart adoption event as a scruffy very strange looking kitten.  She has survived chronic IBD, lots of hospitalizations, cruciate ligament surgery (!), and a trip camping across Canada to move to Ontario with her guardians and her two sisters Scooter and April.  She is super healthy now (in remission) and loves her home cooked food, camping, walks around the neighbourhood on her leash, sleeping on her specially screened back deck, and especially lots of snuggles and purrs with her humans.  She's the official greeter in our house and loves  to "help" with everything.  We love her so much.


To-Lu (now Cosmo)

To-Lu (now Cosmo) Image

We have renamed him Cosmo and he has adjusted to our home nicely! He gets along with all of our animals and is happy to be here. He has gained weight and is very healthy. We love him.