Aloha kakou! My name is Kilo and I am this week’s Pet of The Week at Maui Humane Society! Nothing makes my heart sing like a good tennis ball! I can be a little shy meeting new people, but I really enjoy the company of other dogs, and tennis balls! Did I mention how much I love tennis balls?
the maui news
The Maui Police Department’s Crisis Intervention Team welcomed 16 new members to its list of trained personnel on Friday. he class of MPD officers and recruits, as well as representatives from the Maui Humane Society, Maui Memorial Medical Center and the Paia Youth and Cultural Center.
Aloha kakou! My name is Tiramisu and I’m this week’s Pet of The Week at Maui Humane Society! I was found walking around Paia with a limp — the guess is that I fell out of a truck. I’m all healed up now and ready to get out of the shelter and into a home!
Maui Humane Society is reducing adoption fees as it participates in the nationwide “Empty the Shelters” campaign starting today through July 31, the shelter announced. Maui Humane Society’s reduced adoption rates during the campaign will include $50 for adult dogs and kittens; $25 for small animals, including guinea pigs and rabbits; and $10 for adult cats.
Maui Humane Society is partnering with Greater Good Charities’ Good Fix program to provide a free, three-day spay and neuter clinic in Hana from Tuesday to Thursday. Hana community members can bring their dogs, cats or any free-roaming cat to Hana High & Elementary School Gymnasium for free same-day surgery.
The Maui Humane Society is urgently requesting the community’s help to provide temporary homes for dogs as on Tuesday it had 120 dogs in their care and the kennel has a capacity of only 40, a news release said.
Maui Humane Society is urgently seeking the community’s help in providing temporary homes for dogs. The shelter currently has 105 dogs in their care, with kennel capacity for 40 dogs.
The Maui Humane Society has begun its “Fostering for the Holidays” program which runs through Jan. 2. It allows any member of the public even those with no prior experience, to take an animal home for the holidays, for free, with all supplies provided, according to a news release.
Maui Humane Society is urgently requesting the community’s help to provide homes and relief for dogs as its shelter population has surged. High surrender and stay intake rates have led to kennels being over capacity, the shelter said in a news release Thursday.