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“He was burned on his paws, legs, back and body,” the Maui Humane Society continued. “Roman was microchipped, we called his owners and they immediately came to the shelter to take their baby boy home.”
“What is happening here on Maui is unimaginable. I feel so thankful and blessed for the heroes that helped take care of our babies and got them back to us safely. We were off island during this tragedy and we cannot be more grateful for how this community has and continues to step up. Miracles do happen. Don’t lose hope. Lean on each other.”
Luxmi Quall filed a missing pet report with the Maui Humane Society and created a post on a “Missing Pets of Maui” Facebook group. At 8:30 p.m. on Monday, she received a Facebook message from someone with screenshots of her dog, Hilo.
Maui Humane Society Claims Roughly 3,000 Pets Were Lost and Displaced From Fires, Here’s How to Help
The country’s deadliest wildfire ripped through the island of Maui last week, leaving homes destroyed and towns turned into ash. The death toll reached 99 and hundreds of others have been displaced by the disaster. Among the displaced are pets.
Maui Humane Society working to rescue missing pets
An estimated 3,000 animals were separated from their owners due to wildfires.
Animal shelter has been staff tending to several dozen wounded animals since the fires ravaged Lahaina, but it is hoping for a surge.
Thousands of pets in Maui are currently missing following last week’s deadly wildfires, and vets and animal rights groups say they are scrambling to not only rescue those dogs, cats and other animals but also treat them for serious injuries.
CNN host Jessica Dean speaks with Maui Humane Society, Director of Marketing Katie Shannon regarding the current situation on Maui. Maui Humane Society estimates there are 3,000 lost or missing pets. MHS is working with emergency response teams to provide medical attention to pets in need in Lahaina. As of Saturday, August 12, fires are still burning and assessments of the damage are underway.
Wildfires whipped up by strong winds continue to rage in Maui, Hawaii, as residents seek shelter and authorities instruct citizens to avoid numerous areas and roadways. The Maui Humane Society, located in Puunene, has posted multiple times on Facebook about preparing its kennels and keeping its animals safe as the situation unfolds. Staff and volunteers remain on standby.