This week, Maui Humane Society is taking part in Clear the Shelters – a nationwide pet adoption event that helps find loving homes for animals in need. All this week, through Aug. 29, adoption fees for ALL ANIMALS are sponsored. Due to COVID-19, the organization is offering all services by appointment only.
This is a true rags to riches success story. Debbie Wilson (now Dellafina) came to MHS in February after she was rescued by Humane Enforcement Officers from a shocking hoarding situation. This adorable little Ridgeback was flown from Maui to an adoption-guaranteed...
This adoption pupdate is a two for one special! Izzy and Vienna have both found their forever home and gained a new sibling.
Opihi came to MHS in such poor condition that staff will never forget first laying eyes on his emaciated and withered body. He was so weak and starved that he could not lift his head or stand up, so brutally neglected that it seemed as if he’d reached the point of no return.
Every visit to MHS is risky – you risk adding a member to your ohana!
Sometimes your next furry best friend just walks into your life. Two years ago she ran across our vacation rental lanai, starving and feral.
Is there anything better than a catnap? Dahlia is clearly more than comfortable in her forever home.
Piccard and Janeway (formerly Frank and Erin Wilson) came to MHS as a part of a large scale seizure/impound case last October. At MHS, they received the medical attention and care they needed, but were still very scared and unsure of the world around them.
Happy new beginnings for Roni! Perhaps you remember me from when I was looking for my new home a few weeks ago? Well, I am pleased to announce that I have made myself right at home with my new family!
Thanks to a dedicated cat colony caretaker, a lost kitty has been reunited with their family! The caretaker, Laurie, noticed an unfamiliar cat in the colony for which she cares.