Trance and Mackie the hosts from DaJam 98.3, the most talked about radio show in Maui’s radio history, talked story LIVE with Director of Marketing and Communications, Katie Shannon, about all things Maui Humane Society. We all learned that Trance became a colony caretaker by accident and to LEAVE THE KITTEN WHERE IT’S SITTIN’!
Ed Kanoi from 99.9 KISS FM spoke with Maui Humane Society LIVE!
Ed Kanoi, the host from 99.9 KISS FM’s, had a great LIVE conversation about all things Maui Humane Society with the Director of Marketing and Communication, Katie Shannon. Listen to their radio interview as they discuss the ever-going animal population, Paws-to-Adopt, the need for adoptions and fosters, staying open late on St. Patrick’s Day (open until 7pm!), as well as the Spring Break Pawty at the Andaz on March 25! Not to mention, Maui’s new dog licenses!
The Maui News: Animal shelter waives March adoption fees
The Maui Humane Society has waived adoption fees for the month of March. Additionally, those who adopt a shelter animal this month will receive a $10 gift certificate to Choice Health Bar, which has locations in Paia, Lahaina and Whaler’s Village in Kaanapali.
MauiNow: Adopting a Maui Humane Society pet? Get Choice Health Bar discount this month
During a time when the shelter is well over capacity, Maui Humane Society is teaming up with Choice Health Bar to offer adoption incentives through the month of March.
KITV4: St. Patrick’s Day 2023 | Activities for family and friends to enjoy in Hawaii
Maui Humane Society invites you to find your pot of gold on March 17 as we’ll be open late until 7pm! Enjoy green shave ice from Gus’s, Maui Cookie Lab cookies while giving families the opportunities to come and visit animals that are ready to be adopted or fostered. Have your ohana participate in fun activities too.
KHON2: Trap, neuter, return: You can prevent cat overpopulation
HONOLULU (KHON2) — Maui Humane Society has released instructions on how residents can help curb the cat overpopulation. According to the Maui Humane Society, “Trap, Neuter, Return is the humane and successful approach to addressing community cat populations. It saves cats’ lives and is effective in slowly diminishing population numbers, by preventing the vacuum effect.”
Approaching rain could overwhelm Hawaii roadways
“It is going to be raining cats and dogs here on Maui and unfortunately the shelter really is affected by rain and wind,” said Katie Shannon, Maui Humane Society marketing director. “And so we have put boards up on our kennels already to prepare, to ensure the dogs are going to be dry,” Shannon said.
The Maui News: Puppy Bowl to feature Maui pooch
The Maui News: This year’s Puppy Bowl will feature a local puppy named Elua, whose name means “two” in the Hawaiian language. The name reflects his status as the second puppy from Hawaii to participate in Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl, as well as his survival story, which involved two blood transfusions performed by Maui Humane Society veterinarians and veterinary staff.
Spectrum News (HI): Animal shelters across the state are completely full
Spectrum News (HI): Animal shelters on Oahu, Kauai, Maui and Hawaii Island all said they are at max capacity and are asking people to foster or adopt dogs.
Maui Times: Maui Humane Society Issues SOS for Dog Adoptions
Maui Times: The Maui Humane Society’s kennel capacity for dogs is 40. At present, they have 150 canines in their care. “In these moments of high population, Maui Humane Society signals ‘SOS Foster’ which asks anyone in the community to foster an animal.