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Perdita (now Pi)

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Pi (formerly and briefly known as Perdita) was with me for about ten months before I became a foster failure. In those ten months she was with me throughout a move, health problems, family tragedy, and my graduation from university. I couldn't stand to let her go.

Pi was a very timid cat when she came to me, she hid from everyone and everything for weeks. Now she makes sure you're aware of her by sitting right on your chest or head, and purring loudly. She was the annoyed foster sister to many cats, begrudgingly taking them in and showing them the ropes (or more accurately, the cat tree).

She can't meow for some reason, though not for lack of trying. She'll make squeaking noises non-stop when she's excited, and can get quite loud if she wants! Pi also likes to "hoard" things, once we've found her hiding place we always know where to find a pen (since she's taken them all).

Pi had some allergies and was a bit overweight. We've switched her to raw food and the years have melted away, she looks and acts like a kitten! We just had her at the vet for a check up and he said she's the picture of feline health :-)

Thank you NASAP, from the bottom of my heart, for allowing me to find my best friend. I couldn't imagine life without her, and I promise you, she's the most spoiled cat on the block. Hopefully she'll be getting some more fur siblings to play with soon!

Kelly & Cory


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Me and Reid CANNOT believe how well behaved this pup is. She is exactly what any person would want in a dog and more and can't imagine who would ever give her away. She has all of her manners, walks well, nice at the dog park, comes when called, sits and plays dead, and has great manners around our resident cats (Sadie a NASAP rescue, and Link a SAFE rescue). We are so lucky to have her.

We've already taken her to the mountains and had no hesitation in introducing her to friends of our. She loves everyone and is so sweet to those she meets. She loves to run back and forth between me and Reid when we call her name and can't resist chasing chunks of snow we throw for her.

We absolutely love her and are so thankful that you came in and saved her (and Maya) from being euthanized. You guys do amazing work and we can't say how appreciative we are. We are so happy to have the kindest ball of fur come into our lives.



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Jet has found his forever home. His day starts with a 5:45 a.m. jog with 5 runners. He is becoming familiar with the route. With a slight wag of the tail, he proudly holds his head high as he leads these ladies on their run. They have graciously welcomed Jet to the club, and Jet is very grateful for their patience and acceptance.

In addition to the parents, the young adults in Jet's new home love to take him for afternoon walks or romps in his back yard. Jet thinks he is a kangaroo as he bounces in the snow and then pounces to find one of his new squeaky toys. They think it is quite funny with Jet's butt wagging in the air as he pushes his nose through the snow. He's such a big goofball!

Jet is a quick learner as he settles into his new surroundings: He wants to please his new family. Jet is a good looking boy with a loving and playful heart. He will love summer camp when he arrives for two months on Kalamalka Lake in the Okanagan. But that's another story......


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Cooper is doing great! We are loving having 2 dogs in our house. He gets along so good with our other heeler Yoda. They could play together for hours outside or in the basement. We had lots of children around our house at Christmas and we were so impressed with how gentle and well behaved Cooper was around them. He certainly has filled out a bit since we got him and is looking way healthier. He has come a long way in training. He will sit and stay when the front door is open, instead of making a break for it like he used to. Yoda is definitely the pack leader but Cooper is happy to follow him around and to have a playmate. They both love to sit on our front window and bark at everyone who goes by. He still has some bad habits like jumping up on people and the counter but we're slowly working on them. I attached some photos also. Thanks for checking in. We are so happy with how Cooper is doing.

-Megan & Bryce

Allie (formerly Abby)

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Just wanted to send an update on Allie (formerly named Abby). We couldn't be happier with Allie, she's the bravest, friendliest, and cutest kitten! She's growing very fast, and absolutely loves getting into the wood for our fireplace and sleeping in her big cat tree! She plays fetch so well, we call her a "cat-dog". Thank you NASAP, for giving us our new best friend, and as always, having amazing rescue animals!
Laurie & Doug


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We could not have made a better decision than to adopt Charlie. He is a sweet, wonderful little guy and his true personality is showing itself more every day. He has adapted so well in our home it's like we have always had him. He and our 14 month old Shih-Tzu Freddie are best buddies. Wonderful for them and especially Freddie as his own little girlfriend "Baby", our beautiful little 7 1/2 year old Shih-Tzu/Yorkie X has become ill with terminal cancer. We made the decision to adopt Charlie for multiple reasons, we always said we would name our next boy "Charlie" and there he was. Some joy to take away some of the sadness of the eventual loss of our little Baby, and a new buddy for our Freddie to play with. He will be much loved and treasured and has already filled our home with smiles and laughter. I was a bit anxious about adopting a mature dog having always had puppies but would do it again in a heartbeat.

Thank you NASAP,

Dwayne & Linda


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We've had "Chuckie" (Chuckles) now for 6 weeks, but it seems like a lifetime. From the first day here, he settled right in and made himself right at home, as if he knew he would never have to leave. His Nasap brother Attie (Atticus) is his best friend and the two are always cuddled one of their many beds or couches. They share toys and play tug with each other constantly. They even share their bones and chewies. Not many dogs have that kind of trust where they share the things they love so freely. Chuckie of course had his front left leg amputated, but that has not stopped him from playing or loving to go for walks. He is the best trained dog, Attie has some issues with anxiety, and we are taking him to behaviour classes to help him not have accidents in the house. With Chuckie being the "newcomer", he will always ask to go outside and not mark his territory in the house where Attie has gone. We were told Chuckie will show affection only first thing in the morning when he wakes up and that he doesn't like to cuddle. We must have a different Chuckie because this guy sleeps right beside me and can't get enough hugs and kisses! He really is perfect. Thank you to Nasap for asking me to be the one to take Chuckie, I consider it an honour and he is a privilege to call my own now.

Colleen & Angelo Coco

Chuckie (Chuckels), Attie (Atticus) &Terry-Bull

Gibson (formerly Jessie)

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He is doing so well and we couldn't picture our lives without him! We have re-named him Gibson. We appreciate everything NASAP has done for him and for us. He's our little boy and my bedtime snuggle buddy. He loves to climb under the covers with us and loves to be picked up when we get home. Sometimes he's sneaky and gets into mischief. He opens our kitchen cupboards when we aren't home. Needless to say we have had to do some shuffling of our kitchen items to make sure It's safe for him to climb into them. We have attached some photos of him. Thanks again for completing our little family.
Matt & Kristen