GO ANIMAL! Cabaret!
NAPS is excited to be a part of an exciting night of music, friends and fun! Head to a local NAPS supporter listed on the poster below to pre-purchase your tickets, and join us for the party! The event organizers have arranged for some great entertainment, and NAPS volunteers will be operating the cash bar, with a portion of liquor sales going towards the NAPS Building Fund! See you there Nanton!
Pet Valu Adoption Events 2015
As one of our corporate sponsors, Pet Valu Okotoks invites us into their store each month to introduce patrons to our adoptable cats. Additionally, they are a major contributor of donations, providing a large amount of kibble and litter to the shelter on a regular basis.
You can look forward to seeing us at Pet Valu Okotoks on the following upcoming dates:
Saturday, Feb 28th - 11:00am - 3:00pm
Saturday, Mar 7th - 11:00am - 3:00pm
Friday, April 17th - 4:00pm - 7:00pm
Saturday, Jun 6th - 11:00am - 3:00pm
Pet Valu Okotoks is located at 105 Southbank Blvd in the same strip mall as Michaels and Winners.
Pet Identification - Are you helping?
NAPS would like to encourage locals to place a collar with a name tag on all your outdoors pets. Other more reliable forms of pet identification are Micro-chips and/or tattoos. Throughout the year, we have numerous calls from concerned citizens worried about animals roaming at large, particularly cats. NAPS volunteers spend a lot of their own time locating, trapping, identifying and then returning said animals to their rightful owners. In some cases, when there is a lapse in time between trapping the animal and locating their owner, NAPS is obligated to provide necessary veterinary care to the animal to make it safe to enter the shelter (Deworming medications, vaccinations, spay/neuter in some cases). This expense, and time wasted, could be avoided altogether (saving the society much needed funds) if pet owners had adequate identification on their outdoor pets. Please be considerate to our cause, and properly identify your pets! Also, please remember to spay/neuter any animals you allow to roam at large.