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Bucky Image

Hi there. Thanks for checking in!

Bucky is a wonderful little guy. He's been nothing but a joy to have around. Just a very easy dog to look after and he's very healthy. We've managed to keep his weight a bit lighter as the vet suggested but his eating habits etc. Are very normal. He seems extremely happy here with me. Thanks so much for the follow up!

All the best! 



Ruby Image

Thanks for checking in. Ruby is doing very well. She settled in so quickly as a member of our family. She has the most personality I have ever seen in a cat. She is hyper, silly and also loving and sweet. Thank you NASAP for all you do, and letting this little sweetie come into our lives. :)


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Lucy is doing wonderful. She is a great cat and we are so happy we adopted her. She loves her cuddle time and plays with the kids. She is eating well and has gained weight. She is no longer the shy kitty that we adopted but a fun member of our family. 

Kris and Dave



Mackena Image

Mackena is a very special girl to us here at NASAP, as she was with us a very long time and we got to see her blossom from a misunderstood rescue to an amazing family pet. Here she is in her furever home, enjoying life and a friend. Congratulations Mackena and thank you to her adoptive family for seeing what we saw in Mackena and giving her a chance at a great life!


Mackayla Image

Mackayla is officially a part of our family. She has mastered her separation anxiety with the help of Itbit the cat. They are buddies now.

Daisy and Scout

Daisy and Scout Image

Here is Daisy and her new best friend (and NASAP alumni!) Scout! Looking good, puppies! Congratulations on your furever homes and as always, thank you for opting to adopt!

Misty & Milo

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Misty and Milo are doing great. Crazy and hyper little monsters lol. Both get along with my dog Belle. Great addition to my family.

Cheytan (now Chiva)

Cheytan (now Chiva) Image

She is doing well. She has caught all the mice and now spends her time tormenting the dog - they've become friends and we enjoy her immensely. we call her Chiva