With our Wings of Aloha transfer program on hiatus due to COVID-19, we need the community’s help more than ever to help save lives. 87 cats and kittens are currently residing in the shelter, with 155 in foster homes and more arriving daily.
YOU can help us to save lives… virtually! Here’s how.
Nationally renowned feral management expert and full-time Maui resident Bryan Kortis (Neighborhood Cats, HSUS) gives a brief history of cat population management on Maui, and why TNR programs (like those at MHS) are the most effective, HUMANE approach to population management.
We have recently received a large influx of new shelter dogs and kennel space is critically low. We need YOUR help to assist all in need! Come down to the shelter during operating hours (7 days a week, 11am to 6pm) and choose any dog with the sign pictured here on...
Now through the end of February, give just $10/month or more and we’ll send you a complimentary 2019 Pet Calendar as our way of saying Ma-HOWL-o!
PLEASE VOTE by 12/19 to help Jo & Dottie’s story win $25,000 in additional funding for Maui Humane Society’s shelter animals!
In recognition of human-animal bond and the status of pets as family members, many Hawaii businesses are implementing pet-friendly policies to better serve the needs of their customers. Restaurant owners, however, are at a disadvantage as state rules prohibit pet animals, even in outdoor seating areas.