Please send your happy tails of NASAP animals to tails@nasap.ca.

Rosa and Ava (now Acacia)

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After some initial medical issues, Rosa Bear is doing quite well, and is really beginning to settle in to her new family.  Days are spent being an absolute kitten...playing, chasing, wrestling, tumbling, jumping, chewing, and generally creating havoc everywhere she goes!  She has bonded hard and fast to her older sister, also a NASAP adoptee, Acacia (formerly Ava), and she thinks that they are just the absolute best of buds.  Acacia has slightly different feelings about the relationship but generally tolerates Rosa's wild antics, however, in quieter moments she will shower her little sister (brat though she is) with lots of love and tender grooming.  All in all, I think these two feel that they have found a pretty wonderful life.  Thanks to you, NASAP, for saving these little souls and giving them a second chance to see how great life can be!

Amanda 

Hope (now Lilly) and Aurora (now Fussel)

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Lazy sunday... Both are adopted from you. In the front you see former Hope (now Lilly) and in the back you see former Aurora (now Fussel). we love them sooooo much!

Fortune and Raila

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Fortune and Raila were adopted 9 years ago and they are loving their second chance home and being together!!

Bella

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Bella was adopted 13 years ago and she is still energetic and loving life!

Daisy

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We adopted Daisy from NASAP and she turned 14 years old this year! Thank you for all your wonderful foster home care- she's still insane and loveable. This is Daisy after she just ate my BBQ scraper.

Axel

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Axle has settled in very well and he is comfortable with his new surroundings. He’s part of the family and we love him dearly. We would like to thank NASAP for the great work you’re doing rescuing such adorable animals.

 

 

Jade (now Nala)

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Hello,

Jade, (or now her new name which is Nala) is doing awesome, she's such a joy. A week ago we had her spayed, she did well after the surgery, and is running around as if nothing happened. She is more of an independent spirit, doesn't like to cuddle too much unless of course she is falling asleep then we can pet her non-stop. She loves to play, has lots of energy, but we do keep her as an inside cat only. She's up with her vaccination shots as well. Eats well, soft and dry food, and she is quite lean, I think that's her make which makes her very graceful.

She has adjusted amazingly, and we have had no issues with her what's so ever.

I am attaching 3 pictures of our new family member:)

All the best as well,

Sylvia

Zoey (now Zoe)

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Hello,

Zoe (we dropped the y) had been doing very well! She is growing fast. She is extremely playful and will chase anything that moves - shoelaces, coats sleeves, house flies, and of course, her big sister, Martin. Even though Martin is quite a bit bigger, Zoe initiates most of their playing/wrestling. Martin has warmed up to Zoe immensely. I caught the two of them grooming each other and napping side by side the other day. Zoe goes for her spay on October 19. I have quite a few photos of her! I'll send some of the more recent. 

Natalya