Maui Humane Society’s Director Coordinator, J, has been doing Direct Release for over 10 years! J had the privilege of speaking with Susie Thieman on her last show of Maui NonProfit Notes about how Direct Release works, the services that J provides and how it helps!
Trance and Mackie the hosts from DaJam 98.3, the most talked about radio show in Maui’s radio history, talked story LIVE with Director of Marketing and Communications, Katie Shannon, about all things Maui Humane Society. We all learned that Trance became a colony caretaker by accident and to LEAVE THE KITTEN WHERE IT’S SITTIN’!
Cindy Paulos talking story with Katie Shannon about Elua, the 2nd Hawaiian puppy in the Puppy Bowl, over 110 dogs in Maui Humane Society’s care means we need fosters! And MHS 3rd Fridays, where Maui Humane Society will be open until 7pm every 3rd Friday of the month, starting on February 17
Cindy Paulos from KAOI interviews Katie Shannon, Director of Marketing & Communications discussing Wags to Riches wrap up, Good Fix Hana event (June 9-12), the annual Pet Photo Contest, the importance and need of Fostering and our availability of Spay and Neuter appointments!
On May 17, Katie Shannon, Director of Marketing & Communications, had the pleasure of interviewing with Trance and Mackie from DaJam 98.3 about Wags to Riches! Maui Humane Society is hosting their second annual Wags to Riches event on May 28, 2022. Once again, shelter animals will be sent from the doghouse to the penthouse! The top 7 fundraisers will earn a VIP night with a shelter dog at several of Hawaii’s top-rated luxury beachfront resorts.
Katie Shannon, Director of Marketing & Communications sat with Susie Thieman, Maui Non Profit Directors radio show to discuss a variety of topics including Empty the Shelters, Fostering, Wags to Riches, Spay & Neuter appointments, what to do if you lose a pet or find a stray, and events happening in May
Maui Humane Society has seen a surge in surrendered and stray animals during the pandemic — and they are asking for residents to step up during the holiday season. Before the pandemic, Maui Humane Society would hold 40 dogs during a busy streak. There are currently 95 dogs under their care.