It is Kitten season and our foster cat Persephone was found to be pregnant late in her pregnancy. But we also found a massive hernia putting pressure on her lungs. We were very worried she would have severe difficulty breathing, especially if she went into labour! After many consultations with vets and specialists on how best to save mom and babies. We decided on an urgent c section to deliver the babies as close to full term as possible and repair the hernia immediately.
Persephone is a strong mama and those kittens had a different plan - she went into labour 1 hour before her surgery was scheduled! She was a rockstar and delivered 3 healthy and strong kittens and 1 still born under the supervision of Guardian emergency vet. She was discharged home to be monitored but. that evening took a turn for the worst. She required emergency surgery as her hernia split open twice its original size! After surgery she had complications too, fever and lack of appetite required further monitoring to make sure she was strong enough to take care of herself and 3 new borns.
She has been at Guardian emergency vet for several days between the consults, births, surgeries and post op complications.
Rescue is never easy and our vets are phenomenal in helping us and go above and beyond but we cannot say no to medical emergencies and medical care! These animals need our help and we need yours to keep them healthy and thriving. Persephone and her crew are just 4 of our foster animals and the vet bills keep mounting. NASAP will always provide the best medical care and ensuring all medical conditions are treated to the best of our vets abilities. We strive for the best quality of life and full vet care is essential to that. Thank you for your support to ensure every animal has the best life possible!!
Important Dates & Times
09:00 PMAugust 09, 2021MDTDraw date
Our Mission Statement:
NASAP exists for 2 basic reasons:
• To provide a solution to the problem of homeless and unwanted animals in the Northern Alberta area, thus working towards the long term goal of reducing the practice of euthanasia as a means of controlling the pet population.
• To assist wherever possible in the education of the public and government bodies regarding the importance of spaying and neutering household pets as a main ingredient in the progress towards the goal of controlling the pet population.
NASAP leases a small commercial space for storage only. We do not have any kind of a kennelling facility. Instead we use a network of private foster homes to care for our animals while we search for suitable permanent homes for them. Our foster homes treat these animals as their own pets and make them part of the family and the household routine. The animals are given training in basic house manners, and they are provided with any required medical treatments while they are in foster care. Our foster families get to know these pets while they are caring for them. They become knowledgeable about such things as whether or not a pet is good with other animals and children, if the pet would be happiest in a rural or urban home, and if the pet has any fears or behavioural traits which a new home should be aware of.
Many of the animals who come into our care are surrendered by local area pounds. These animals are considered adoptable, but without the aid of a rescue group such as NASAP, they would likely face euthanasia. Some animals are personally surrendered by people who find themselves in circumstances where they are unable to keep a beloved pet.
- Raffle tickets are available for purchase online only and shall not be sold to a person under the age of 18 years. Should the name of a minor be placed on the winning ticket, the prize(s) will not be awarded until the conditions of the Public Trustee Act are met.
- Draw will take place on the property of 9827 45ave , edmonton, Alberta. All ticket stubs will be placed into a rotating drum and one ticket will be drawn for each prize and the winner’s information recorded.
- To be eligible for the raffle draw, payment must be received on or before August 10, 2021.
- Prize(s) must be accepted as awarded.
- Winner(s) will be notified by phone within 7 days of being drawn. If a winner cannot be located by phone, they will be notified by registered mail within 30 days of the winning ticket being drawn.
- If a winner cannot be located within 365 days of the winning ticket being drawn, an application will be made to Alberta Gaming Liquor and Cannabis Commission to have the prize awarded to NASAP - Northern Alberta Society for animal protection.
- All ticket sales are final. Official tickets are sent in the mail 4 to 6 weeks after the ticket order.
- Winner(s) name(s) will be made available to the public no later than 48 hours after the final draw by website or upon request.
- The draw(s) will occur on August 10, 2021.
- In the event a winning ticket stub has more than one name on it, the prize shall be awarded to only one of the individuals identified on the ticket. NASAP - Northern Alberta Society for animal protection and the Alberta Gaming Liquor and Cannabis Commission are not responsible for any disputes which may arise between the different individuals whose names appear on the ticket stub.
- If less than 50% of tickets are sold as of August 10, 2021, a draw date extension may be requested from Alberta Gaming Liquor and Cannabis Commission.