Ed Kanoi, the host from 99.9 KISS FM’s, had a great LIVE conversation about all things Maui Humane Society with the Director of Marketing and Communication, Katie Shannon. Listen to their radio interview as they discuss the ever-going animal population, Paws-to-Adopt, the need for adoptions and fosters, staying open late on St. Patrick’s Day (open until 7pm!), as well as the Spring Break Pawty at the Andaz on March 25! Not to mention, Maui’s new dog licenses!
MauiNow: Maui dog kennels are over-capacity, urgent request made for SOS Fosters
The Maui Humane Society is urgently requesting the community’s help to provide temporary homes for dogs that are currently housed at the shelter. Maui Humane Society currently has 105 dogs in their care–that’s well beyond the kennel capacity of 40 dogs at the facility. Dogs are being paired in kennels to make additional space.
KHON2: An SOS call from the Maui Humane Society
The Maui Humane Society is sending out a Save our Shelter (SOS) call as its shelters exceed kennel capacity. The humane society said it currently has 105 dogs in their care looking for homes while only having a kennel capacity for 40 dogs. In order to make additional space, dogs have been paired in kennels but you can lend a helping hand through the SOS Foster program.
Save our Shelter: SOS Foster Saves Lives
Maui Humane Society is urgently requesting the community’s help to provide temporary homes for dogs. Maui Humane Society currently has 105 dogs in their care and has kennel capacity for 40 dogs. Dogs are being paired in kennels to make additional space. In these moments of high population, Maui Humane Society signals “SOS Foster” which asks anyone in the community to foster an animal.
KAOI Radio: Puppy Bowl, Dog Fosters in Need
Cindy Paulos talking story with Katie Shannon about Elua, the 2nd Hawaiian puppy in the Puppy Bowl, over 110 dogs in Maui Humane Society’s care means we need fosters! And MHS 3rd Fridays, where Maui Humane Society will be open until 7pm every 3rd Friday of the month, starting on February 17
KHON2: Maui County slammed with rain: ‘Lots of destruction’
The Maui Humane Society felt the flood on Saturday as well. Officials said all the animals are safe, but the rain does cause concern for stress. “Boards are put up on all of the kennels, protecting the dogs from the rain; but with every kennel currently being full as we have over 100 dogs in our care, it’s not an enjoyable environment for them,” said MHS marketing director Katie Shannon.
Maui News: MHS needs fosters for furry four-legged friends
The Maui Humane Society has begun its “Fostering for the Holidays” program which runs through Jan. 2. It allows any member of the public even those with no prior experience, to take an animal home for the holidays, for free, with all supplies provided, according to a news release.
Maui Now: Animal fostering sought for shelter pets during the Holidays
The public is invited to make a positive impact on Maui’s animal community by becoming a “Foster for the Holidays.” The program, which runs through Jan. 2, 2023, provides a temporary warm, cozy, and safe environment for a pet in need during the holiday season.
Animal Fostering Saves Lives During the Holiday Season
Now through January 2, you can make a positive impact in Maui’s community by becoming a “Foster for the Holidays” which provides a temporary warm, cozy, and safe environment home for a pet in need during the holiday season. Maui Humane Society currently has 340 animals in their care, with over 100 dogs.
KHON2: No space left: Don’t let these Hawaii animals suffer!
The Maui Humane Society has been in SOS Foster mode for the past four weeks, allowing anyone to foster an animal without previous experience. While the community has helped get animals out of the shelter and into temporary homes, MHS is still at critical capacity levels.