Adopt a pet


Hi, my name is Mister. I am a large, short-haired black male cat. I had been living around the acreage of a very kind family for over a year. I am in very good body condition because they were feeding me so well. However, I was an unneutered tom cat and consequently had been in many fights with other cats and was covered in healing wounds and scabs. I have now been neutered and I just had a spa day including a bubble bath and blow dry (thank you Catty Canines for the grooming donation). My coat is now looking shiny and my skin is healing up very well too. I am FIV/Feline leukemia negative and have been vaccinated, neutered, dewormed, microchipped and tattooed. I have a wonderful personality. I am loving and friendly and like to settle right on your lap while purring my heart out. I was patient and gentle with my former family’s two young children. I am great about eating and using my litterbox and am a quiet boy. I just really want to belong somewhere and be someone’s friend for life.

More about Mister as we get to know him in foster care. Mister’s adoption fee includes his neuter, vaccinations, deworming, microchip, feline leukemia/FIV testing and a post adoption health checkup. Please inquire about adopting Mister today. Go online to and click on the adopt me link underneath Mister’s picture, or call the Northern Alberta Society for Animal Protection (NASAP) at 780-922-0250 and leave a voicemail.

Hi my name is Ariel. I am a very sweet border collie cross who just turned five months old in April. I am still learning that the world isn’t a scary place, so I can be a little timid when meeting new people or going new places, however, I warm up really quickly once I realize I am safe and people are nice. I am a playful and high energy pup who will make someone an excellent jogging partner one day – once I have mastered the whole "walking on a leash" thing. I am extremely smart and catch on very fast to what is being asked of me, so big things are expected of me.

Border collies are a working breed known for their intelligence, speed, and high energy levels – definitely not couch potatoes! I will need a very active home that has the ability to teach me all kinds of new tricks (maybe even agility?), expend my border collie energy, and continue to show me just how awesome life can be.

I am good in the car, house-trained, and sleeping through the night in my crate without issue. I love to play tug o’ war, and listen really well. I can be a little bit nervous when first meeting other dogs, but warm up quickly and enjoy their company. I am reportedly good with cats and children of all ages as well.

I am a loving, smart, goofy girl looking for a furever home, and will be available for adoption after May 5, once I have been spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped.

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


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