Join Maui Humane Society in a paddle out to honor the animals who were lost to the fires. Bring your board or watch from the beach as we join together in remembrance and support. Please bring loose flowers and petals only as we kokua the ocean. We welcome you to bring...
“Everything’s gone, but your pets are your ‘ohana. That’s all that’s important,” she said. “I think he stayed alive knowing how much I loved him and knowing that she will come back looking for me. Cause every morning I squeeze him and tell him that I love him.”
The Maui Humane Society is caring for more than 20 burned animals that survived the Lahaina wildfire.
Maui Humane Society is providing community members who have been affected by the fires with a free microchip and wellness clinic at the Mayor Hannibal Tavares Community Center located at 91 Pukalani St, Makawao, HI 96768 from 10am-4pm on Thursday, September 7th. We...
Maui County officials allowed the Maui Humane Society to access the Lahaina burn zone on Saturday afternoon in a coordinated search and rescue effort to find live animals, the humane society said.
Animal rescue workers have not been allowed into the burned area in Maui for two weeks to search for pets who may have survived wildfires this month — and now they say time is probably running out to rescue the animals alive.
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.
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.
Finding affordable housing is tough enough and adding a dog to the mix makes it a whole different issue. It is such a problem that some have turned to living in their cars to keep their animals due to a lack of pet-friendly housing.
The best way to protect your family from the effects of a disaster is to be prepared, and have a disaster plan. If you are a pet parent, that plan includes your pets. Keep reading to find out what should be included in your pet disaster preparedness and first aid kits, and for additional resources.