Please send your happy tails of NASAP animals to

Rocket (now Farley)

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Since we won't be able to visit NASAP at Pet's in the Park today I wanted to send a huge thank you and an update on Rocket (now Farley). Farley has been with us for almost a year now. His funny little personality has brought laughter, comfort and a Sonic Bark Control device into our lives. He loves his walks at the dog park, laying in the sun and sleeping in late on the weekends with his Mom Thank you NASAP for all that you do!

Minnervuus & Meesha

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Minnervuus and Meesha together relaxing. They are both former NASAP cats. Adopted 9 years ago.


Minnervuus knows:
To climb up the cat tree on command and the sit pretty. For a treat.
Say please for food.
Down or off on command.
Still working on leave it, touch

Meesha knows:
Leave it
Take it
Say please for food.
Play cute.
Stand on two paws for a treat.
Working on go to your bed.

Sicily (now Lucy)

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A year ago (just over) I adopted Sicily (now Lucy) She is the best cat - she is sweet, funny and affectionate. She loves to spend her days napping under a blanket or looking out the window and playing with sparkle balls. She is a great pet and she has really thrived in my house. I'm really glad I adopted her! She was just the kind of cat I wanted!


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A short update on Hope. She is doing better and better each day. She is sleeping with the other cats in bed now, playing with them and sitting with them. Sometimes she hisses, but it is nothing really to worry about. She is also getting along with the dogs now. :-) 

I’m so happy that she is doing so well. Yay!

Have a great day,

Sina :-)

Celeste (now Pippa)

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I just wanted to let you know Pippa is adjusting really well to her new name and home. She is eating, drinking, sleeping, using the litter box, playing and approaching us for lots of petting. She has explored our house and has spent lots of time rubbing on everything in her new territory. She meowed quite a bit the first evening and night but is no longer doing so. We are absolutely thrilled to have her as a member of our family!

Thanks so much for the excellent care you gave her and the work you did to prepare her for such a smooth transition to her adopted family.


Tiki (now Tia)

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Good morning,

Just thought you would like an update and some pictures of Tiki. I have included some pictures I took of her "the morning after" she arrived. Although Tiki is a great name, now that we have spent a few days with her, we are thinking she is more of a Tia, so we thought we would change her name. I think she is settling in quite well. She is eating great, playing lots and is quite cuddly. (She is curled up in my lap as I am writing this). Her and Tucker are still figuring things out, but she doesn't put up with any guff from him. She has had him back down from her a couple of times. I called this morning regarding the free checkup, and she will be going in on Thursday morning. I will take her file with me, so we can make the necessary arrangements for her booster shot(s) and spaying. Thank you so much for taking such good care of her. She is a wonderful little girl, and we are looking forward to a lifetime of enjoying her. Cindy and Earl


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Happy New Year!

Lily is doing great and her spay went well! She is probably quite happy that her fur has grown back also. We had her done at Tudor Glen Veterinary clinic on November 10th.




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Hello and Happy New Year from Charlie, Freddie and of course us, Linda and Dwayne. Just wanted to give an update on Charlie. There is nothing to say except he was one of the best choices we’ve ever made. Love him to death. He’s been such a busy little guy. Thank you for all the animals you have helped who hopefully like our little Charlie will all find as much love and happiness as he did.

Yours truly,

Linda & Dwayne