JACKSON GALAXY is speaking at Maui Humane Society for all CAT LOVERS! Join us for a FREE presentation from Jackson Galaxy about all things cats on Saturday, November 12 at 1pm! You gotta hear it from the cat daddy himself…
Hawaii News Now: Looking for a furry friend? Homes for scores of cats, guinea pigs and rabbits needed
Maui Humane Society is struggling to find pet parents. They are desperately trying to find homes for not only their dogs, but their cats, bunny rabbits, even guinea pigs. “If you don’t have an outdoor space, cats are great to have. Same with our guinea pigs and our rabbits,” said Maui Humane Society Marketing and Communications Director Katie Shannon.
4EverPets will be at Hāna Farmer’s Market on Friday, July 29 from 12-4pm. Dr. Gaines will be administering vaccinations (for dogs, cats, and rabbits) and microchips and the 4EverPets Team will be distributing food & flea medicine.
Maui Humane Society is announcing plans to implement an island-wide “Community Cat Count” beginning early August through partnership with the DC Cat Count. The survey will be conducted across Maui as an effort to better understand and effectively manage the cat population as humanely as possible.
With more than 500 animals in their care, the Maui Humane Society is seeking individuals and families who would like to adopt a new pet. While the shelter is waiving all adoption fees for Empty The Shelters July 11 -31st; it will accept donations. The waiver excludes county fees and licensing for dogs. Adoptable pets include: dogs, cats, kittens, guinea pigs, and rabbits.
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 is encouraging pet owners to have a plan for their pets in the event that they fall ill. While there is currently no evidence you can contract COVID-19 from your pet, it’s important to plan ahead to protect your furry friends in the event that your own health is compromised.
MHS Humane Enforcement Officers Boam and Shapiro recently rescued Storm after receiving a report that a young kitten had been stuck in a drain for days.
10-year-old Sammy was brought to us after his owner passed away in 2018. He lucked out on a GREAT second act with Nikki!
Nationally renowned feral management expert and full-time Maui resident Bryan Kortis (Neighborhood Cats, HSUS) gives a brief history of cat population management on Maui, and why TNR programs (like those at MHS) are the most effective, HUMANE approach to population management.