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Maui Now: With 500+ animals, the Maui Humane Society is looking to Empty the Shelters

Maui Now: With 500+ animals, the Maui Humane Society is looking to Empty the Shelters

With more than 500 animals in their care, the Maui Humane Society is seeking individuals and families who would like to adopt a new pet. While the shelter is waiving all adoption fees for Empty The Shelters July 11 -31st; it will accept donations. The waiver excludes county fees and licensing for dogs. Adoptable pets include: dogs, cats, kittens, guinea pigs, and rabbits.

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Barktoberfest

Loosen your leash and lederhosen! Tickets for our first Barktoberfest will be available for purchase starting September 1

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Maui Humane Society Surpasses Rabbit & Guinea Pig Capacity; Offers Free Rabbit Vaccine Clinic July 23rd

Maui Humane Society Surpasses Rabbit & Guinea Pig Capacity; Offers Free Rabbit Vaccine Clinic July 23rd

Maui Humane Society has received substantial surrender increases in guinea pigs and rabbits, unlike anything they have seen before. The shelter has surpassed capacity and temporary habitats have been built to accommodate the unforeseen increase. Maui Humane Society is offering a free vaccination clinic to the public for rabbits on July 23rd from 9am-3pm at Maui Humane Society.

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SomeBunny to Love: Protect Your Rabbit against RHDV2

SomeBunny to Love: Protect Your Rabbit against RHDV2

Maui Humane Society is offering a FREE vaccination clinic to the public for rabbits on July 23rd at Maui Humane Society to protect against the fatal RHDV2. Maui Humane Society highly advises all rabbit owners to take advantage of the free clinic by booking an appointment. You can also reserve a free transfer carrier to pick up on July 15 or 16. Protect your rabbit against RHDV2!

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Maui Humane Society awarded Community-Focused Programs Grant from the Dave & Cheryl Duffield Foundation

Maui Humane Society awarded Community-Focused Programs Grant from the Dave & Cheryl Duffield Foundation

Maui Humane Society has been awarded new funding to implement community-focused programs and services made possible by the generosity of the Dave & Cheryl Duffield Foundation, a private charitable foundation based in Incline Village, Nevada. The grant will be distributed over a three year term with the intent to increase life saving efforts and expand resources beyond the shelter to reach at-risk pets throughout the island. Funding highlights include the purchase of a specialized truck and trailer to provide veterinary community outreach, hiring an additional veterinarian and support team, an expanded Foster department, an educational Humane Enforcement Resource Officer, expanded Wings of Aloha program to support inter-island transfers and further development of pet owner resources to help keep animals in their homes.

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