Changes due to COVID-19


September 15, 2020

The Adoption Center is now available for walk-ins! For all other services, an appointment is necessary. 

​Maui Humane Society remains committed to monitoring COVID-19 developments, following guidance from Hawaii State Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Infection (CDC) to stay on top of best practices around social distancing, cleaning protocols, and other recommended disease prevention measures during these unprecedented times.  We continue to follow operational guidelines provided by the National Animal Care & Control Association (NACA) regarding Animal Control and Sheltering Services during the COVID-19 crisis.

HOURS: Mon-Sat 11 am – 4pm; Sun 11am – 3pm
DAYS: 7 Days/Week as of Nov 1
BOOK APPOINTMENTS: Schedule Spay & Neuter Online or call (808) 877-3680 ext. 3 during operating hours
HUMANE ENFORCEMENT: (808) 877-3680 ext. 222 (24/7 Emergency Response)

Maui Humane Society is offering all services by appointment only, EXCEPT for adoption! Potential adopters may walk-in. Please limit parties to 3.

Appointments are MANDATORY for the following:
  • Surrenders
  • Reclaims
  • Stray/ Found Animal Drop Off
  • Cremation Pick-Up
  • Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Surgery & Vet Appointments
Humane Enforcement

Humane Enforcement services have resumed normal operations. Dispatch can be reached for non-emergency calls from 9am to 3pm. Emergency Animal Response is available 24/7 at (808) 877-3680 ext. 222.

Community Spay/Neuter Clinic

Maui Humane Society’s Community Spay/Neuter Clinic has resumed full operations and is accepting appointments from the public.  To schedule an appointment for surgery, call (808) 877-3680 ext. 3 or schedule online. Animals must be in good health for surgery. Kittens must be a minimum of 3 months of age to be eligible for spay/neuter surgery.

Foster a Shelter Animal

We still need foster families to assist with our increasing animal intake numbers.  If you are interested, please  visit our fostering page to take the virtual orientation course and sign up.

Do you need help?

Maui’s economy has been hit hard by the COVID pandemic.  Maui Humane Society is committed to assisting our community’s pet owners who are facing challenging financial situations through our 4EverPets Community Assistance Program. Our goal is to keep pets in their homes and families together. If you or someone you know is requiring assistance to feed or care for a pet, please get in touch with our Community Outreach Team at outreach@mauihumanesociety.org.

Want to help Maui’s pets stay with the families who love them? Make a gift to the 4EverPets fund today!

To make an appointment for service, call (808) 877-3680 ext. 3 from 9am to 3pm.

 

Updated February 18, 2022



You may also like…

DJ: From Beach Buddy to Snowy Chicago

Upon our return to MHS, we gave DJ back to a volunteer who had an Australian accent (we didn’t catch his name). I told him I think we failed because I fell in love with DJ and felt like he was such a good match for us. The volunteer said “we called that a success” and told me I probably gave DJ the best day ever. This made me think why can’t I make every day “DJ’s Best Day Ever.” Then, we briefly discussed adoption and bribing him to the mainland with Tucker. We boarded our flight home to Chicago the next morning. I thought about, talked about and looked at pictures of DJ until I called MHS when they opened on Monday. I spoke with Kam who told me DJ was already part of the Wings of Aloha program. She was going to see what DJ’s options were.

The Tail of Two Cody’s

Then one day, another Cody called us. One all the way from the Pacific Northwest that felt they could help. Several months after the last of his senior dogs had passed he was ready for a new friend and was looking up “older hard to place shelter dogs”  online when Cody’s profile came up. After reading his Bio and watching his video on our website, Cody felt that he just might be the right home for Cody.  And boy was he!

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This