Hi everyone, my official name is Posh but my foster mom calls me Cruz because she says Posh is a girl’s name and I’m a boy — a neutered male to be precise and about two to three years old. I am an American cocker spaniel; my brother Becks and I got lost and ended up unclaimed at the pound. Becks will be in a foster home soon too so watch out on NASAP’s website for him. I am so happy to be out of the kennel and back in a real home. I have settled right in and my foster mom says I’m a real poppet and the easiest dog in the world to have around. I am housetrained and I just want to cuddle and snuggle and get lots of love. I am super affectionate and have a great temperament. You can pick me up, put me down, roll me over … I don’t care just so long as you love me. If you think I could complete your family, please call NASAP and ask about Posh Cruz. Thanks so much.

Hi I’m Kiki and I’m about two years old. Don’t you just love my stunning black and white coat? I turned up in the yard of a NASAP volunteer last May and ever since I have enjoyed every minute of the pampered life. When I came into care I was pregnant and gave birth to five healthy kittens on June 14, 2009. I was a great mother as all of my babies grew up big and strong and got adopted in no time. It’s now my turn to get adopted. I’m a lovely, independent cat who is happy sleeping in the sun or laying beside you on the couch. I would make a great companion and would be fine in a home with other quiet, friendly cats or respectful children. I can’t wait for my forever home! Kiki’s NASAP adoption fee includes her spay, vaccinations, deworming, FIV/Feline leukemia testing, microchip and a post adoption health check-up. Please consider adopting Kiki.


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