November is Adopt A Senior Pet Month and Maui Humane Society is supporting senior pets! Maui Humane Society is offering $0 adoption fees for senior pets and highlighting senior pets throughout the month. Senior pets are 4x more likely to linger in shelters than younger animals.
HONOLULU (KHON2) A vicious attack on a dog on Maui turned into a happy ending for the pup and its original owner three years after they were separated. Tommy Boy is a 7-year-old poi dog that was attacked with a machete in Paia in August 2022.
Tommy Boy is a 7-year-old poi dog that was attacked with a machete in Paia in August 2022.
Hawaii News Now: Looking for a furry friend? Homes for scores of cats, guinea pigs and rabbits needed
Maui Humane Society is struggling to find pet parents. They are desperately trying to find homes for not only their dogs, but their cats, bunny rabbits, even guinea pigs. “If you don’t have an outdoor space, cats are great to have. Same with our guinea pigs and our rabbits,” said Maui Humane Society Marketing and Communications Director Katie Shannon.
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – It was an emotional reunion for a dog slashed with a machete on Maui. Draped in lei at Maui Humane Society, “Tommy Boy” flew to Oahu on Tuesday and jumped into the arms of his owner at Honolulu’s airport. The two hadn’t seen each other in three years, ever since Tommy Boy was lost.
Hawaii News Now: After months of rehab, dog attacked with machete is ready to find his forever home!
WAILUKU (HawaiiNewsNow) – A Maui judge has denied a woman’s request to be released from jail after she allegedly attacked a dog with a machete. The 7-year-old dog, named Tommy Boy, suffered severe injuries and is still in an animal hospital. He underwent more than five hours of emergency surgery back in August. Maui Humane Society said bone-deep gashes were left from the dogs face all the way to the tip of his tail, which was ultimately amputated.
The Maui Humane Society has been in SOS Foster mode for the past four weeks, allowing anyone to foster an animal without previous experience. While the community has helped get animals out of the shelter and into temporary homes, MHS is still at critical capacity levels.
Hawaii Public Radio: Maui Humane Society’s kennels have been over capacity for more than a year.
The shelter is overcapacity due to the high surrender and stray intake rates that spiked because of the pandemic.
Workers say there’s an especially large surge of dogs.
I’m in love again! OK, maybe not love, really; more like infatuation. Kimchi is her name and she is the cranky queen of Cat Cafe Maui!
The financial burden of rising costs is hurting pet owners.
Maui’s first cat cafe opened it’s doors on Monday at the Queen Ka’ahumanu Center in Kahului.