Maui Now: Maui Humane Society Kicks Off “Empty the Shelters” Event


July 9, 2021
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Maui Humane Society kicked off BISSELL Pet Foundation’s “Empty the Shelter” adoption event yesterday, which runs through July 10.

“We adopted out two dogs, five kittens and a guinea pig today, a great start. Still, LOTS of animals need a home,” said Director of Development & Marketing Jenny Miller after the event’s first day.

For a limited time, Maui Humane Society dog adoption fees are only $25 (including County license fees), and all kittens, cats and critters are available for adoption by donation.

Maui Humane Society has been experiencing a high number of animals entering the shelter and in foster homes, a situation recently exasperated by animal transfer flight cancellations caused by a heatwave in the Pacific Northwest.

For the full article, head to Maui Now.



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