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.
In efforts to humanely control the growing pet population on Maui, there will be a program to provide free spay and neuter clinics in Hana. Maui Humane Society partnered with Greater Good Charities Good Fix to provide free clinics from June 9 through June 12.
Puppies, kittens, and bunnies are all in need of a good home as humane societies across the island are filling up. Abandonment and surrendering of pets are a big reason why the humane societies are full, and this is due to people downsizing and moving houses. Katie Shannon from the Maui Humane Society said finding animal approved housing is “so so difficult and the housing that is allowed to have an animal at is so expensive that it’s really not obtainable for a large part of the population.”
Puppy Bowl on Feb. 13 will host a special called “Pup Close and Personal” to showcase Hoku’s story and the Maui Humane Society who continues to care for her. The story will also be shared on the Puppy Bowl website.
Hoku, an eight-month-old Staffordshire Terrier puppy from Maui Humane Society is still in the running in the Puppy Bowl that airs on the Animal Planet on Feb. 13. Help Hoku get into the “Pupularity Playoffs” by voting for her at Puppy Bowl XVIII – Vote For Your Favorite Pups | Puppy Bowl 2022 | Discovery.
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The Maui Humane Society shared a success story for one of their senior dogs who has been in their care for more than a year. Cody is a senior dog that was in the care of the Maui Humane Society with an interesting story. At first, Cody’s story seemed picture-perfect; he was brought in one day, and only after 66 days at the shelter, he was adopted.
With over 100 dogs and only 40 kennels, the Maui Humane Society (MHS) is in a crisis and needs your help to care for these animals. The shelter says it’s had an usually high number of dogs. Since so many of them share kennels, the dogs are also under a lot of stress.
“You know if you see a puppy or a kitten that’s been injured or a senior animal that needs a new home that really tugs at your heartstrings,” said CEO Steve MacKinnon with the Maui Humane Society.
Maui Humane Society (MHS) on Monday announced that it is opening its doors every day of the week for adoptions, as it continues to battle an overwhelming number of animals currently housed at the shelter.
helter animals at the Maui Humane Society are so cute and downright spooky during this 2021 Halloween season!