Success Story: Kale (aka Jonah)


November 26, 2018
“I adopted Jonah this past summer of 2017. He’s living that good life on West Maui. He’s got a German Shepherd sister named Lani, goes for daily hikes in Kapalua and eats nothing but gourmet food. Retirement is great for “Kale”(the Hawaiian pronunciation is Kah-Leh) aka “Jonah.”

Kale in Hawaiian has roots that mean “Free Man.” I thought it went well since he’d been roaming the streets as a free man, and because he is so independent. Thank you for letting me adopt such a great dog!”

-Philip

 



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