We intended to share the entire program as well as the slides with the community of Maui. It was unforeseen that there would be a fire in Kihei that affected two of our panelists, resulting in loss of electricity, causing loss of video, audio and Wi-Fi. We are sharing...
To date, Maui Humane Society has distributed more than 17,000 lbs of pet food and supplies to emergency shelters, distribution checkpoints, parks, churches, hotels, and individuals in need throughout the island. We have received an overwhelming amount of physical donations from our local community and abroad, which we are prioritizing to distribute to all pet owners who have been directly or indirectly affected by these fires, across Maui Nui. As emergency shelters close down, we are partnering with organizations across the island to ensure that pet supplies are distributed from Hana to Kula to Napili to keep pets in homes.
BANFIELD FOUNDATION DONATES MOBILE VETERINARY UNITS, BRINGING PREVENTIVE CARE TO RURAL COMMUNITIES, INNER CITIES AND NATIVE NATIONS
VANCOUVER, Wash., June 15, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Banfield Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and the charitable arm of Banfield Pet Hospital®, today announced its newest commitment to making preventive care possible for the pets that need it most—the donation of six mobile veterinary units to nonprofit partners across the United States, including Maui Humane Society.
Maui Humane Society is partnering with Greater Good Charities’ Good Fix program to provide a free spay/neuter clinic in the East Maui town of Hāna, June 6-8, 2023.
(Maui Now): Maui Humane Society, the sole open-admission animal shelter in the county, is urgently pleading for action to address extreme overcrowding.
(The Maui News): For the first time in years, the Maui Humane Society said on Tuesday that it has a list of at-risk animals for euthanasia due to extreme overcrowding at the Puunene shelter.
(Honolulu Star Advertiser): The Maui Humane Society today issued a plea for help due to extreme overcrowding at its shelter, saying that it has had to consider euthanasia for the first time in years.
HONOLULU (KHON2) — The Maui Humane Society is faced with the devastating decision of possibly euthanizing some animals as they deal with extreme overcrowding. According to the Maui Humane Society, they have over 130 dogs in care and only 40 kennels so for the first time in years the shelter is forced to create a list of at-risk animals for euthanasia.
Maui Humane Society Faces Heartbreaking Euthanasia Decisions Amongst Extreme Overcrowding At-Risk Euthanasia List Created first time in years (Maui, HI - May 23, 2023) - Maui Humane Society, the sole open-admission animal shelter in the county, is urgently pleading...
(KITV4 Island News): The Maui Humane Society is facing an overcrowding crisis, and for the first time in years, may have to resort to euthanasia of some at-risk dogs.