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Get to know Maui’s animal organizations

February 2, 2012
The Maui Weekly

Are you aware of the animal organizations on Maui and what they do? Check each Website, or call them.

9th Life Hawai'i (www.9thlifehawaii.org) is an all-volunteer, no-kill cat sanctuary and rescue, now conducting free and low-cost spay neuter clinics through Friday, Feb. 3. Call 572-3499 or check the Website to get cats "fixed." The nonprofit picks up and delivers.

East Maui Animal Refuge, the "Boo Boo Zoo" (www.booboozoo.com), has been an all-volunteer, no-kill sanctuary for injured and orphaned animals for over three decades. It is now forced to make extensive physical alterations by government regulators. Call 572-8308.

Maui Pit Bull Rescue (www.mauipitbullrescue.com) is an all-volunteer, no-kill rescue, rehab and adoption center for this abused breed. Call 280-0314.

SPCA Maui (spcamaui.org) is an all-volunteer, no-kill animal organization. Call 280-0738 or visit the Website to learn about their spay/neuter clinics and a public meeting on Friday, Feb. 4.

Hawai'i Animal Rescue Foundation (HARF) (www.hawaiianimalrescue.org) rescues dogs on "death row" and finds good homes for them. Call 876-0022 or 269-9829.

Leilani Farm Sanctuary (www.leilanifarmsanctuary.org) is an all-volunteer, no-kill sanctuary for farm animals in need. Call 298-8544.

West Maui Animal Shelter (www.westmauianimalshelter.com/index.html) offers free spay/neuter services on West Side. Call 269-6979.

Last Resort Dog Rescue (www.dogrescuehawaii.com) also manage numerous cat colonies. Call 769-6767.

Maui Animal Rescue Sanctuary is a bird sanctuary in Ha'iku. Call 575-7698

Feline Foundation of Maui (www.mauicats.com) assists the trap, neuter and release programs on Maui for the feral cat colonies. Call 385-2181.

Pacific Primate Sanctuary in Ha'iku, www.pacificprimate.org is a nonprofit, no-kill sanctuary for threatened, distressed and endangered monkeys. Call 572-8089.

Kalee's Horse Retirement Stable in Lahaina cares for retired workhorses, and conducts equestrian therapy with special-education keiki. Call 357-6100.

Mike Moran Kihei

 
 
 

 

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