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.”
Maui Humane Society is hosting a “Spay it Forward” MASH Spay/Neuter clinic for community & friendly cats on March 28 and 29th. Book an appointment $0 spay/neuter for 3+ cats and Spay it Forward to a community member who otherwise couldn’t afford it! To book for community cats on March 28, call 808-877-3680 ext.3. To book for friendly cats on March 29, book online!
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.