Hi my name is Stewie! I am a somewhat shy and incredibly sweet nine-year-old male kitty that came to NASAP on Christmas Eve 2016 with my friend, Tiggy. I have short black hair that requires regular brushing. I was extremely overweight and am benefitting from a high quality, low calorie diet and lots of play and exercise. This diet and exercise regimen must continue in my new home. I love chin scratches and to be near you. I would love a strictly indoor, quiet, adult home with patient and loving people who will let me blossom and trust at my own pace. If you are looking for a low-maintenance, older cat, please consider adopting me for companionship. I am neutered, up to date on my vaccinations, FIV/Feline leukemia negative and I also just had a full dental cleaning. Bloodwork indicated that I am healthy and robust – I just need my caregiver’s help to continue to keep losing weight.
Stewie’s adoption fee includes his neuter, vaccinations, deworming, microchip, feline leukemia/FIV testing and a post adoption health checkup. Please inquire about adopting Stewie today. Go online to www.nasap.ca and click on the adopt me link underneath Stewie’s picture. Or you can call the Northern Alberta Society for Animal Protection (NASAP) at 780-922-0250 and leave a voicemail.
This is Miss Gremlin, she’s a sweetheart! She has lots of energy and needs an active family. Because of her energy level she needs a home with NO CHILDREN. She is a reactive and dominant dog. She needs a family capable of redirecting and continuing her training. She is very smart and eager to please.
She is very treat motivated, however she has a very sensitive stomach and food allergies. She requires a hypoallergenic diet and probiotics daily. This strict diet if maintained works very well for her. She takes stilbesterol twice a week to prevent urinary leakage and has had no further issues. She had a full consultation and work up with an internalist and everything was found to be normal and healthy!
Since coming to NASAP in 2015 she has developed beautifully. She has become calmer, more trusting and a great listener. These characteristics will continue in her new home, however they take time to build and develop. She has received puppy training and many hours of individual training. She occasionally goes to daycare to socialize and work on her training. She knows her basic commands and walks well on the leash. She is constantly working on her socialization skills and for this we recommend no other dogs in the home, however she gets along very well with her ‘aunt’ Willow, the resident foster home dog. And with time and redirection she has made a few friends. On walks she is intermittently dog and kid reactive and requires redirection.
She is great with the resident cat – respectful while still being curious. She loves car rides, playing in the pool, long walks and running as fast as she can. She loves squeaky toys and tug of war is her favourite game. She is house trained, microchipped, vaccinated and spayed. She comes with her own crate that she uses as her cave and the door is never closed. She’s very excited to meet you!
Please inquire about meeting Gremlin and having her join your family. Go online to www.nasap.ca and click on the adopt me link underneath Gremlin’s picture. Or you can call the Northern Alberta Society for Animal Protection (NASAP) at 780-922-0250 and leave a voicemail.