Please send your happy tails of NASAP animals to

Linda (now Nina)

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Linda is now called Nina and is doing very well.  I had corresponded with Nina's foster mom a few times over our first month to let her know Nina was settling in.

Nina was very shy at first but has now made herself right at home.  She and our other cat Ariel are getting along pretty well, even playing together now and again.  Nina is very affectionate and her two favourite spots are my husband's lap and one of the heat vents.  There are no issues with her.  We are very glad we adopted Nina and hope she will be happy with us too




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Hi NASAP - thanks for the great work you do. Just got Sky back from the vets this morning. She is doing fine. Quite able to hold her own against our older cat.

Dice (now Scrambles) and Loki (now Butters)

Dice (now Scrambles) and Loki (now Butters) Image

Loki (now known as Butters) has adjusted wonderfully to our home. He is a very active cat and gets lots of play time with his pal Scrambles (also a former NASAP kitty). He has learned how to sit and stand for his morning treat. He also is the first cat I have seen who plays fetch with his ball!We have a 1 year old nephew and 2 1/2 year old niece who adore him, and he loves their attention. We have had no issues with him other than he enjoys knocking over cups filled with water. Butters has helped our other cat Scrambles become more playful and outgoing, and they often finish their play time with a snuggle session. My fiance and I are thrilled with him as a pet and companion.

Speckles (now Holly) and Sprinkles (now Mels)

Speckles (now Holly) and Sprinkles (now Mels) Image

The kittens are doing well. We did change their names. Speckles is now Holly and Sprinkles is now Mels. They seem to be happy and like to be where their humans are. They have two speeds, full out play and nap. Our Christmas tree suffered a few shake downs until there were enough presents to fill up the floor underneath. Now I have some boxes underneath and this seems to work as well. I’ve attached a picture of them sleeping (they like to sleep together or on a lap). Happy New Year!



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Mimi has adjusted wonderfully to her new home; she likes to play with her cat toys and loves being with our five year old daughter.

We have not had any issues with Mimi; she is a loving and energetic kitten.

Please find attached a picture of Mimi; we were able to get her to hold still for a short time for this lovely picture.

Thanks again and all the best with continuing to find good quality homes for your other foster pets.

Kristin and Sylvain


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Daphne is doing very well and we love having her here. She is happiest when sitting at the top of her cat tree watching the world around her. She loves to chatter at the laser pointer, or any strange light reflections she sees on the walls. Thank you so much for your help with her teeth; we greatly appreciate it and we will do our best to keep her mouth healthy. Thank you and Rachael for taking such good care of her before she came to our home. We love her so much! here are some pictures of her around the house - she is pretty laid back!


Baxter (now Zeus)

Baxter (now Zeus) Image


Zeus (Formerly Baxter) is doing quite well. We are working on teaching him proper behavior around new dogs. He doesn't trust well so if a dog growls he has an urge to fight rather than flight. It is a work in progress but he is showing improvement. He is a VERY loving and loyal boy. He thinks he is a Chihuahua and likes to curl up on our laps. All 50 lbs of him but we love it. Lol. He is very protective of us and our kids and we love him to pieces. He plays and sleeps throughout the day with his little brother, Thor. 

Please find some pixures attached of our beautiful boy, Zeus. 



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We are enjoying Buddy very much and indoors he is very sweet and has excellent behavior! He is a very high energy boy and we have found that he needs an opportunity to run after a ball on a daily basis. For an 8 year old he has amazing agility and strength and we continue to be amazed by herding skills and an intensity of behavior. We are working daily on leash training during walks in our neighborhood and improving manners around other dogs; both areas continue to provide challenges.
Thank you for your continued interest and support.
Hugh and Annalee