Resources for Educators
We at Maui Humane Society understand that a better life for the people and companion animals of the island begins with providing Maui's youth with the information and resources they need to be responsible pet owners and advocates for the humane treatment of all living things. With this in mind, we would like to make it easier for you to take advantage of our agency as a resource by providing you with this "Humane Education Kit," which has all the information and materials you will need to:
We are always looking for ways to improve our programs and better serve the community, so we encourage you to contact us and let us know what your animal-related interests, concerns and needs are as an educator. If you have any questions or concerns, or would like to learn more about the educational programs and services we offer, I invite you to call me at (808) 877-360 ext. 220, or e-mail Education@MauiHumaneSociety.org and I will do my best to provide you with the information you need. Mahalo for all that you do for your students and I hope to hear from you soon!
Pennies for Pets: A Service Project to Benefit Maui's Homeless Pets
If you are an educator or group leader looking for ways your group can serve their community, the Maui Humane Society Pennies for Pets program is a fun and easy way to show your support for Maui's homeless pets! Just download our Pennies for Pets drive instructions and jar labels and you're ready to go!
Some groups prefer to organize pet supply, towel or other drives to help gather supplies needed for the care of our shelter pets. To find out what is needed at our shelter, call Jamie at (808) 877-3680 ext. 209, or check out our Wish List on Amazon.
Animal Welfare Resources
Below is a list of educational material we have used in the past to promote animal welfare issues in our community. Feel free to use and share as you see fit!
Love-a-Bulls: Bully breeds have a pretty bad reputation in the media, but there is so much that these amazing dogs have to contribute to our community! Visit our Love-a-Bulls information page to learn how some truly amazing bullies have served their communities.
Kama'aina Kitties: Keeping your cat indoors protects Maui's wildlife and keeps your cat safe from harm.Visit our Kama'aina Kitties page to learn how Maui's outdoor cats affect the island's unique wildlife and what you can do to keep your cat happy, healthy and safe from harm.
Dog Days of Summer: Summer isn't the only time of the year Maui residents need to be diligent about protecting their pets from the dangers of hot weather! Visit our Dog Days of Summer page to learn what you can do to help your pet beat the heat and stay safe and healthy!
Fall in Love: Did you know there are certain types of shelter pets who, through no fault of their own, wait an average of four times longer to find their Forever Homes? Read more about these "less-adoptable" pets and find out what you can do to help!
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