Come one, come all! Maui Humane Society invites you to our in-person Kitten Shower! Join us on April 9 as we kick off Kitten Season with a Kitten Shower! From 11am-1pm you can meet kittens of all ages, watch live demonstrations, and participate in kitten games! Our Foster team will teach you how to age kittens and what it looks like when they’re sick. Meet our experienced foster families and if you’re feline good, you can sign up to become a foster parent! Hope to see you at the paw-ty!
The public is invited to the Maui Humane Society’s Annual Kitten Shower, Saturday, April 9, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. It is an in-person event, with a chance to meet kittens, watch live demos, and play games.
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