Maui Now: Maui Humane Society Recalls Historic Pet Rescue Flight


November 1, 2021

It’s been a whole year since Maui Humane Society made history by participating in what’s been called “the largest pet rescue flight on record,” Paws Across the Pacific.

“Last year we had all hands on deck to send over 80 MHS pets on the biggest adventure of their lives,” according to MHS.

More than 600 animals from various Hawaiian Islands flew to the Pacific North West through Greater Good Charities.

Above is a video commemorating the historic efforts of MHS staff, volunteers and partners.

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