Maui Humane Society’s mission is to protect and save the lives of Maui’s animals, accepting all in need, educating the community, and inspiring respect and compassion towards all animals.

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KHON2: A ‘tail’ as old as time: How one senior dog found his ‘furever’ home across the Pacific Ocean

January 12, 2022

The Maui Humane Society shared a success story for one of their senior dogs who has been in their care for more than a year. Cody is a senior dog that was in the care of the Maui Humane Society with an interesting story. At first, Cody’s story seemed picture-perfect; he was brought in one day, and only after 66 days at the shelter, he was adopted.

KHON2: The Puppy Bowl Coverage with Hoku

KHON2: Hawaii’s first Puppy Bowl participant is more than a cute face

January 12, 2022

For the first time EVER, the Aloha State is being represented in the PUPPY BOWL! On February 13, 2022, Maui Humane Society’s shelter-born pup, Hoku, will be Hawaii’s shining star and tackling the competition during Puppy Bowl XVIII on Animal Planet. Maui Humane Society's Marketing Manager, Katie Shannon, fostered Hoku and explained how the PuppyBowl will be an opportunity to shine a spotlight on certain breeds stigmas.

Hawaii News Now: Betty White

Hawaii News Now: The #BettyWhiteChallenge carries on actor’s legacy ― and her love for animals

January 10, 2022

Betty White called television her hobby and animals her work. And in the wake of her death last week at the age of 99, a movement called the #BettyWhiteChallenge has spread on social media. It asks people to donate money to animal shelters or rescues in White’s name on Jan. 17 ― the day she would’ve turned 100. Maui Humane Society has a cat named after Betty White's character in Golden Girls, Rose Nylund. She is still available for adoption!

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