On October 29, Greater Good Charities and Wings of Rescue are partnering with The Animal Rescue Site by GreaterGood and shelters across Hawaii to fly over 600 animals to new homes on the Mainland.
With many people out of work and finding that money is tight, some are finding it a struggle to feed and care for their pets. Maui Humane Society is launching a new community program
with the goal of helping to keep people and their pets together at a time when companionship from an animal is needed more than ever.
Maui Humane Society (MHS) is pleased to announce the reopening of their surgery clinic to full capacity in the wake of service limitations due to the COVID pandemic.
For Immediate ReleaseJuly 2, 2020 SENIOR DOGS AT MAUI HUMANE SOCIETY FETCH GRANT Pu’unene, HI – Old dogs have something to wag about this summer, as The Grey Muzzle Organization announces the recipients of its annual grants, and dogs at Maui Humane Society are among...
Maui Humane Society is reminding pet owners to prepare their pets for firework celebrations this Independence Day. While our community is looking forward to a long weekend of fun and fireworks, many pets would prefer to skip the holiday altogether.
MHS Receives Rachael Ray Save Them All COVID-19 Relief Grant from Best Friends Animal Society to Help Save Homeless Pets
Maui Humane Society is pleased to have received a Rachael Ray Save Them All COVID-19 Relief Grant from Best Friends Animal Society to ensure that community outreach services continue to help save the lives of animals living on Maui.
Maui Humane Society is celebrating National Foster a Pet Month with the Petco Foundation and Skechers’ charity footwear collection, BOBS from Skechers, by recognizing Local Foster Hero, Jamie-Sue West, for stepping up and saving animal lives in Maui.
Communities across Maui have faced significant impacts from the Covid-19 pandemic. This week, Maui County began construction on 20 pallet homes in Waiale Park in Wailuku to provide temporary emergency shelter for homeless individuals and families who have been displaced by Covid-19.
Communities across Maui have been hit hard by the coronoavirus pandemic and many are struggling to feed their beloved pets. This week, Officer Mani White and other Humane Enforcement Officers heard the call, loaded up their trucks, and delivered over 2,000 lbs. of pet food to those in need.
A team of Maui Humane Society volunteers and staff distributed over 2,600 lbs of dog food and supplies to Maui community members in need this past weekend.