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Adopt a pet

Meet Hannah, she is the newest dog to the NASAP family! She has settled in great and is loving the attention her foster home gives her. She even gets to sleep in bed with everyone. She is very sweet and loves tummy rubs and cuddles.

She is great on car rides, loves to go for walks, and loves her people. She is not a fan of very excited or energetic dogs as she is little and does not have the patience for them. She came to us from a family with a young toddler and a soon-to-be newborn; she never warmed to the child and was always stressed when he touched or played with her. As much as the family tried to keep everyone comfortable, in a moment Hannah lashed out at the toddler and the family knew it was time for a better home. We want the rest of her days to be enjoyed and loved. For this reason, we need a home that does not have young small children or young animals and a bit of dog experience for proper introductions and socializing.

Hannah is on a special diet for mild food allergies to chicken and poultry. When she was a puppy her anal glands would swell and cause discomfort. However her raw food diet has helped completely. Potentially linked with this issue, she did have a one time anaphylactic reaction to her vaccinations at about two years old. Since then her vaccinations have been closely monitored and spread apart as much as possible. She is vaccinated, spayed, microchipped and has a clear bill of health!

She is ready for her #fureverhome. She would love to meet you and find the best possible family.

Please inquire about meeting Hannah and having her join your family. Go online to www.nasap.ca and click on the adopt me link underneath Hannah’s picture. Or you can call the Northern Alberta Society for Animal Protection (NASAP) at 780-922-0250 and leave a voicemail.

Hi my name is Joy. I am a beautiful young girl who came to NASAP via rural bylaw officers and another rescue. I was living under a post office and kept trying to come into the post office and jump into people’s cars in an attempt to find safety and help. I came to NASAP heavily pregnant and very underweight but with supportive veterinary care and plenty of healthy food, I am now feeling much better. I have a lovely grey and white coat. Since I became pregnant so young, all my resources were poured into my kittens and I will likely remain a petite cat. I gave birth on March 24 to six little babies. My babies have now been weaned and I have been spayed. I have met the resident cat in my foster home and did not mind at all. I am very quiet and independent and like to be around, but will often do my own thing. I do fine with handling and am very gentle with children. I would likely adapt to any household given time to adjust. Please inquire about adopting me today.

Throughout June and July, 2017, adopt an adult cat (more than six months old) for just $100. This adoption fee includes their spay/neuter surgery, microchip, vaccinations, deworming, FIV/feline leukemia testing and a post adoption health checkup! If you have been considering adding a new feline forever friend to your family there’s no better time than now! Normal NASAP criteria/requirements for adoptive homes apply during this special promotion.

Joy’s adoption fee includes her spay, vaccinations, deworming, microchip, feline leukemia/FIV testing and a post adoption health checkup. Please inquire about adopting Joy today! Go online to www.nasap.ca and click on the adopt me link underneath Joy’s picture, or call the Northern Alberta Society for Animal Protection (NASAP) at 780-922-0250 and leave a voicemail.

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