Mangy Pup Darwin Evolves into a Happy, Healthy Boy


January 20, 2020

We received a call on our emergency line from a woman who had found this emaciated, bloody, flea-infested dog eating her cat’s food. When Humane Enforcement Officer Redd first rescued him, it was clear that Darwin had been neglected for some time. We knew that with the right treatment and a WHOLE lot of love, we would be able to give him the second chance he deserved.

100% of your contribution to Maui Humane Society’s Hope Fund covered Darwin’s medical expenses and gave him the chance to make a dramatic recovery.

This guy had such a profound impact on the Humane Enforcement Officer who rescued him that she ultimately made the decision to adopt him into her ohana!  “He’s doing great!” Officer Redd writes. “He loves his brother Bear and especially enjoys the beach and swimming!”



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