Maui Humane Society is reducing adoption fees as it participates in the nationwide “Empty the Shelters” campaign starting today through July 31, the shelter announced. Maui Humane Society’s reduced adoption rates during the campaign will include $50 for adult dogs and kittens; $25 for small animals, including guinea pigs and rabbits; and $10 for adult cats.
From July 6 to July 31, BISSELL Pet Foundation’s Summer National “Empty the Shelters” will occur at more than 335 shelters in 44 states with pets available for adoption for just $50 or less, including Maui Humane Society.
Maui Humane Society is holding a FREE rabbit vaccination clinic at the shelter on August 6th to help prevent any rabbits acquiring the fatal RHDV2 disease. The rabbit vaccination clinic is available for any rabbit owners on-island. Book your appointment for the free clinic visit: https://www.mauihumanesociety.org/somebunnytolove
Maui Humane Society is holding a FREE rabbit vaccination clinic at the shelter on July 23rd to help prevent any rabbits acquiring the fatal RHDV2 disease. The rabbit vaccination clinic is available for any rabbit owners on-island. Need a transfer carrier? Reserve your free carrier for pick up on July 15 or 16th.To reserve the carrier and book your appointment for the free clinic visit: https://www.mauihumanesociety.org/somebunnytolove
Maui Humane Society is teaming up with national nonprofit Petco Love and Skechers to focus on the fun in fostering pets, which is lifesaving and especially critical during the busy summer months. Fostering is free, and it can begin on the same day. Maui Humane Society is participating in the nationwide Foster Open House:
June 25, 11:30 a.m.: For those interested in fostering dogs, puppies or Wings of Aloha fosters. Wings of Aloha is a donation-funded program that takes shelter animals and flies them to the mainland United States for adoption.
June 26, 11:30 a.m.: For those interested in fostering cats, kittens or critters (bunnies and guinea pigs)
Maui Humane Society will also join shelters nationwide for the National Foster Pet Open House event by inviting the public to visit the shelter on Saturday, June 25 and 26 at 11:30 a.m. for an interactive foster meet-and-greet party for two-and four-legged friends. Those who attend will learn about the types of fostering available (long term, short term, emergency), meet available foster dogs, cats, kittens and critters, and can leave with a foster animal that day.