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Hi my name is Dolly! I am a one-and-a-half-year-old short-haired grey tabby who came to NASAP after my previous owner was unable to keep me. I love my people and love getting rubs on the head. I am very independent and can keep myself entertained. I can be on the shy side and will sometimes hide if I am uncertain. I love to climb my cat condo and look out the windows. I have a few funny quirks and sometimes chase my tail in circles like a dog. I also like plastic straws. I faithfully use my litter box and am a good eater. I prefer to graze throughout the day, even with canned food. I also do very well with having my nails trimmed. I have met other cats and dogs and do not really appreciate their company. I am looking for a quiet indoor only home with no other pets (now and in the future). Please inquire today and give me a second chance to have a furever home.

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

My name is Charlie, I am a four-month-old French bulldog. I am the smallest of the litter and for sure the calmest! I love to cuddle. I came to NASAP with my siblings all the way from Europe and I am now loving the Canadian snow. My siblings were a bit sick when they first came to NASAP, my sister was positive for Giardia, coccicidia, circo virus and corono virus. However all five of us received two weeks of antibiotics and have since been cleared of infection.

I am beginning my puppy training, very quickly improving my house training and leash skills. I am neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. I am ready for my FURever home, please inquire about adopting me!

Please inquire about meeting Charlie and having him join your family. Go online to www.nasap.ca and click on the adopt me link underneath Charlie’s picture.

• Due to their overwhelming cuteness we are expecting a larger than normal number of applications. Please only contact NASAP regarding these puppies via their application forms. We are completely volunteer based and will be unable to answer individual questions or inquires via email or phone. We will respond to adoption forms as soon as possible, please do not submit multiple applications.

Only applicants from Alberta will be considered, specifically Edmonton, Sherwood Park and surround areas. The adoption process is on our adoption page and our frequently asked questions is a quick link away. Thank you so much for your help! #adoptdontshop

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