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Gypsy and Tango (now Jack and Shaddow)

Gypsy and Tango (now Jack and Shaddow) Image

Gypsy & Tango, now named Jack & Shadow, are doing great!  They are very energetic and love to play with us, their toys and each other.  They also enjoy quiet, cuddling on our laps.  Posing for pictures, however,miss not high on their lists, as evidenced by the attached photos!  They have brought a lot of fun and love to our lives. We're so pleased to have found them.

Thank you, NASAP!  


Titan Image

Titan is doing well! It was suggested that he not be paired with another male but we had a male Great Dane and they get along fantastically! He has a bit of an attitude but it is a 100% match to mine so we are going through training together! I have posted some photos below!


Tracy (now Nellie)

Tracy (now Nellie) Image

I just wanted to let you know that so far things are working out well with Tracy (I think I'm going to rename her as Nellie). She settled right in and was very eager to explore the whole house on the first night. She is a little love-bug and so talkative and playful! She is eating well and using the litterboxes with no problems. I will take her for her post-adoption vet checkup on Monday.

She and Coco are doing ok.  They are able to be in the same room together and have slept fairly close together on the bed for the last two nights. There has been a little swatting and hissing, but not as much as expected. They are both quite timid, and mostly they seem to keep a wary eye on each other. So I think it will take some time before they are totally comfortable together, but they seem to be off to a good start.

Anyway, I will send another update with pictures soon. Thanks for taking such good care of her over the last few months! 


Penelope (now Penny)

Penelope (now Penny) Image

We really appreciate that you and her foster mommy were able to take care of Penelope until we were ready to have her join us.

As we understand from T.S. Eliot, cats are to have four names, one a family name, so her full name is now Penny Wiggy (Whiskers was my husband’s childhood cat) Socks and our last names hyphenated!

She has become an energetic and delightful member of our family. She brings so much joy and humour to our lives every single day. We couldn’t have been luckier as she has been a perfect kitty for us.

I have included a few photos of Penny.  One from when she first came when she was super tiny.

Penny went camping in our trailer with us to the family farm in Saskatchewan this summer where she was delighted to watch the farm cats out the window of the trailer.

She has also been a perfect assistant as you can see, in my home office.  And her cone! She was a super trooper going to the vet (counter shot) and they LOVE her at Cozy Kitty accommodations - they take care of her when we go out of town.

We were so excited to be able to welcome Penny into our family now that the time is right.

With thanks and kind regards,

Christine and Richard



Adaline Image

Adaline has adjusted herself very comfortably to what is now her home. She hasn't had any issues whether it be health or other. She is her playful,loving and cuddling self. The only difference is that she is not so small anymore!

Cheers from both of us,


Maude, Luna and Clementine

Maude, Luna and Clementine Image

Meowy Christmas 2017! From Maude, Luna and Clementine (and Millie). All are NASAP adoptees wth the exception of Millie the top grey cat…

Andrea & Amelia

Pandora (now Freya)

Pandora (now Freya) Image

Freya (Pandora) is the perfect cat for our family. We were wanting a playmate for Enzo our tuxedo kitten who we adopted a few months before. Our older cats wouldn’t play with him and we knew he’d be happier with a friend. We saw Pandora’s face and bio and had to meet her. She was a few months younger, had a litter already and never really got to be a kitten. 

The first few weeks she was skittish and not sure of her place. Enzo was in love at first sight and followed her everywhere. He wanted to play so desperately but Freya was unsure. He gave her her distance and showed her he was safe to play with. 

They are hilarious to watch now. They don’t stop chasing or wrestling unless it’s to eat or sleep. It’s hard to get a photo of them since they never stop moving. 

Freya is now starting to learn that cuddling and playing with humans is kind of cool too.

Freya is even trying to show Nikki (our 14 year old Tori who was a NASAP rescue) that playing can be fun. Although Nikki has always been a tough nut to crack, and we were worried about losing her to illness as we had to say good bye to 2 of our older cats this year. I think having the two young cats have given Nikki a new lease on life even if she doesn’t want to engage with them, she is seeking out human playtime and cuddles more than ever. 

Thank you for all the work that NASAP volunteers do. 

Koren & Barry

Sugar and Spice

Sugar and Spice Image

Sugar and Spice are doing extremely well!  We absolutely adore them, and love having them as part of our family.  All was well at their first check-up in July, but more recently, Spice developed a lump on her backside, so we took her back to the vet, and it turned out to be a sebaceous cyst.  Thankfully, they were able to drain it, and she is just fine.  Here is a picture of them outside in our cat enclosure!  They love it out there!  (as long as the cats are inside, of course!)