The Maui Humane Society (MHS) will be hosting its second annual ‘Bad Pet Art Fundraiser’ from Thursday, Feb. 25, through Sunday, Feb. 28, and is inviting the public to participate. Participate by donating a minimum of $20 and submit your photo on MHS’s Facebook Page.
Maui Humane Society was chosen as the Shelter Spotlight for the month of February by Cuddle Clones
Maui Humane Society’s community support program hits a milestone. 4EverPets has given out 30,000 pounds of pet food in the last eight months since it started.
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Mahi Pono announced the company has executed a long-term lease agreement with the Maui Humane Society that will enable an expansion onto three additional acres.Under the agreement, MHS will be able to lease the adjacent land for $1 per year for a period of 60 years.
The holidays are usually spent at home with family, and that includes four-legged family members. The Maui Humane Society (MHS) is looking for holiday heroes to foster a dog or cat this holiday season.
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Rory Stoykoff says his late wife, Zayna, was a beautiful person. Three years ago, the Maui middle school teacher was diagnosed with breast cancer.
“It was triple negative breast cancer. If you have breast cancer, it’s the one you do not want to have,” Stoykoff said.
During her treatment, there was a glimmer of hope when the couple thought she would get better.
“In celebration, she got a dog without telling me,” Stoykoff said.
That dog was a mixed-breed rescue animal from the Maui Humane Society. The Stoykoffs named her Kaia.
Mahi Pono has executed a long-term lease agreement with Maui Humane Society for a 3-acre parcel that will allow the nonprofit to expand its facility, the organizations announced Tuesday.
The Mahi Pono-owned parcel is adjacent to the humane society’s Puunene facility and will be leased for $1 a year for 60 years, according to a news release.
After the loss of his wife, an adopted dog named Kaia helped Rory and his stepdaughter find comfort, companionship, and laughter.
Although there has been an increase in demand for the adoption of pets during the COVID-19 pandemic, there has also been an uptick in the number of animals being surrendered to shelters, according to several Hawaii nonprofits and shelters.