Hawaiian Humane Society
Newsletter People for animals. Animals for people.
December 2016 - February 2017
Dogs rescued from Kahaluu find new homes It was the late evening of May 21. Hawaiian Humane Society’s Humane Investigators and officers from the Honolulu Police Department were waiting on judge’s orders for a search warrant of James Montgomery’s Kahaluu home after a dog was found dead in a nearby trash bin and another in critical condition. Finally, at 7:30 pm, they received the warrant to enter the home. The overwhelming stench of animal waste met them first. As they reached the area the dogs were held, they entered a horrific scene where dogs were found living in squalid conditions. Upstairs, at least a dozen of them were living in small cages covered with feces, with no solid floors, their paws on bare wire. Many were emaciated with matted fur. Others were housed in a pitch-black bunker with no ventilation, food or water.
the dogs at puppy swap meets, along the roadside and out of his trunk. Ten years later, he was indicted in early July on two counts of felony animal cruelty. In August, Montgomery surrendered ownership of the dogs to Hawaiian Humane Society, which had been safe in foster care for months. Seventeen rescued dogs were made available for adoption to the public in late August. Many of the others had been adopted by their foster families. Approximately 300 people gathered at Ala Moana Center to have an opportunity to meet the dogs and the chance to adopt them. With a wide variety to choose from, many were hoping to find that special canine to call their own. One of those people was Athena Michaels.
The dogs were brought back to More than the Hawaiian Humane Society 300 people waited for health assessments and at Ala Moana Center for their chance to medical treatments they adopt a dog from needed. Some had litters the Kahaluu of newborn puppies. Most rescue. were unsocialized, frightened and underweight. Once foster volunteers were organized, the dogs went into temporary homes to rest, recuperate and begin living their new lives. In 2006, James Montgomery had been cited for 55 counts of misdemeanor animal cruelty for keeping his “breeding” dogs in unfit living conditions. Montgomery sold
“Our dog had passed away and the family was heartbroken,” said Michaels. We saw the news about the adoption event and thought it was a great idea to bring another dog home. My husband saw Benson and was adamant that he was the one. Benson has really brought this family joy and happiness. He has been so lovable, so great with the kids and we’ve been spoiling him. He always makes us laugh.” All of the rescued dogs, along with a dozen others, were adopted at the special event. The case against Montgomery is still pending trial. As a Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), the Hawaiian Humane Society’s field continued on page 3
A community comes together for the animals In my 26 years with the Hawaiian Humane Society, I never will forget the last three months. We have expanded, celebrated, rescued and experienced the undeniable support from our community. It’s in times like this that I am reminded of the foundation of our mission: supporting and promoting the humananimal bond, educating young and old and finding solutions to the challenges of a diverse and fast-growing community of people and animals. Our dream to expand our campus became a reality on October 1, when we gathered with 100 of our friends, family and neighbors to celebrate and bless our additional Cat and Dog Houses, new Admission & Veterinary Center and two new field service rescue vans that were added to our fleet. Our expanded campus is the result of the ever-evolving and improving
practices of animal shelter management and is the culmination of input from animal shelter experts from across the nation. The project design was guided by what Pamela Burns has animals see, smell served as and feel in order President & CEO since to encourage more 1990. natural behaviors while staying with us. We have always provided excellent animal care and now have a variety of housing options to address the individual needs of each animal in a safe, healthy and clean environment, which minimizes their stress and promotes positive behavior. The new expansion came at an important time. In mid-October, the Hawaiian Humane Society rescued more than 300 dogs from a property in Waianae. They were living in make-shift dog houses, covered in feces and urine and many had severe skin conditions continued on page 3
Pamela Burns President & CEO Allison Gammel Community Relations Director Editor Brandon Bosworth Tori Hiroaka Kevin Kawamoto Tim Ruel Contributors Jeff Chung Dave Greer Kristen Koss Elise Wilcox Photographers Published quarterly by the Hawaiian Humane Society. 2700 Waialae Avenue Honolulu, Hawaii 96826 Phone (808) 356-2200 Fax (808) 955-6034 HawaiianHumane.org Animal Rescues & Investigations 356-2250 Dog Licensing 356-2227 Donations & Gifts 356-2213 Education 356-2206 Events 356-2225 Hike Club 356-2222 Lost & Found 356-2228 Pet Adoptions 356-2218 Pet Loss Support Group 356-2216 Volunteer Programs 356-2216 The Hawaiian Humane Society is an education and advocacy organization that also shelters, protects, rescues, reunites and rehomes animals. It is Oahu’s only open-admission shelter that welcomes all animals. Visit HawaiianHumane.org to learn more.
Volunteers socialize with dogs at the new indoor/outdoor Dog House.
In Our Backyard
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services team not only rescues and protects animals, but also investigates cruelty and neglect and helps to educate the community about responsible pet acquisition and ownership. If you decide to purchase a puppy, be sure to do your homework, especially when shopping on the internet, pet store or at a puppy swap meet. Ask a lot of questions. Require a visit to where the dogs are born and raised. Every responsible breeder allows you to meet a puppy’s mother and father and see them in their home environment.
Benson is enjoying his new life at the Michaels’ home.
unthinkable and inhumane. If you suspect any type of cruelty or neglect of an animal in your neighborhood, call 356-2250 to report it.
Puppies you see at the swap meet or pet store may look healthy, but looks can be deceiving. The conditions the puppies’ mother and father are living in may be
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and sores from the deplorable conditions where they lived. When news broke in the media, the community was quick to respond. Many gathered at the Hawaiian Humane Society to volunteer their time to help care for the rescued animals. Others rallied together and held supply drives, dropped off towels, crates, dog food, monetary
donations and water for volunteers to drink.
continue to teach future generations to have empathy for all animals.
Our support from the community was further showcased when thousands stepped out for PetWalk, our annual charity walk. Together, we raised over $295,000, which will allow us to help more animals in need, such as the ones from the recent rescue in Waianae. PetWalk donations also go toward education, so we can
The overwhelming support of our island’s community has been both humbling and inspiring. On behalf of the Hawaiian Humane Society, I would like to sincerely thank all of our committed staff, gracious donors, dedicated volunteers and supportive community members who have helped make our work possible. Mahalo to those who have generously volunteered their time, Volunteers donated much need supplies and bathe some opened their homes to foster the of the Waianae rescue dogs. dogs in our care. The success of the Hawaiian Humane Society is a true community effort and it is with heartfelt gratitude that I extend my thanks to each of you.
Pamela Burns President & CEO 3
Amnesty program encourages voluntary surrender In September, you may recall seeing news about a hedgehog that was turned in to the Hawaiian Humane Society. Many people find this short-legged, spiny-coated mammal to be adorable. It can fit into the palm of a person’s hand and will curl up into a ball if frightened. While cute, hedgehogs are one of a number of animals that the state of Hawaii classifies as illegal for private individuals to keep. Penalties for the import and possession of illegal animals in Hawaii can include stiff fines, jail time or both. The Hawaiian Humane Society participates in the state’s Amnesty Program, which means that if a person voluntarily surrenders an illegal animal before an investigation is initiated, there are no penalties. This is to encourage the public to turn in illegal animals rather than release them into the wild, where they can cause significant damage to native habitat and species. Once an illegal animal is surrendered to the Humane Society, the animal is turned over to the State Department of Agriculture’s Plant Quarantine
Branch, which oversees the Amnesty Program.
monitor lizard – all considered illegal reptiles in Hawaii.
Because the state realizes that people may be reluctant to turn in an illegal animal that has been cared for as a pet, the Amnesty Program attempts to find a suitable home for the animal – at a local zoo, for example, or on the mainland – rather than euthanize the animal.
The State Department of Agriculture specifies that anyone convicted of possessing an illegal animal, plant or microorganism may be fined up to $200,000 and imprisoned for up to three years. This includes non-native mammals like the hedgehog that was surrendered to the Humane in September.
“Animals may be dropped off at all island humane societies, municipal zoos, or any Hawaii Department of Agriculture’s Plant Quarantine Office,” according to the Department of Agriculture’s website. The department has plant quarantine This hedgehog was offices on Oahu, turned in to the the Big Island, Hawaiian Humane Maui and Society as a part of the state’s Kauai. Other animals surrendered through the state’s Amnesty Program have included ball pythons, boa constrictors, bluetongued skinks, and a
The Hawaiian Humane Society’s Admissions Department is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and accepts all animals, legal or illegal. Call the State’s Toll-Free Pest Hotline at 643-7378 for more information.
Our Admissions Center Serving as a drop-off point for the State Amnesty Program is just one of the many services our Admissions Department provides. Other services include:
• Oahu’s Official Pet Lost & Found Visit the Humane Society daily to look for your missing pet from 11 am to 7 pm on weekdays and 10 am to 4 pm on weekends and holidays.
• Humane Cat Trap Loans The Humane Society provides low-cost sterilizations for free-roaming cats and works with those who want to work towards a humane solution to reduce cat overpopulation. Traps are available for a 7-day loan with refundable deposit.
• Pet Microchipping Get your cat or dog microchipped at Hawaiian Humane for $20, which includes registration in Oahu’s microchip database. Walk-ins are welcome any day of week between noon and 4 pm at the Admissions Center.
• Owned-Animal Admissions Hawaiian Humane Society welcomes all animals and about 65 arrive daily.
• Stray Animal Admissions There are no fees to bring in stray animals to the Hawaiian Humane Society.
Large Waianae rescue prompts animal cruelty case In October, the Hawaiian Humane Society rescued more than 300 dogs from inhumane conditions in Waianae. Animals on the property were found covered in feces and urine and in overcrowded cages that restricted the dogs’ ability to stand up and turn around. Fecal matter was also found in water bowls and food dishes, with rats and
mice feeding off of open bags of rotting food throughout the location. Filthy dogs with festering skin conditions, rancid food, combined with animal waste created an overwhelming stench on the property.
During the medical evaluations, issues about the overall health of the dogs as a result of unchecked infestation of external parasites, including ticks, fleas and lice were identified. These factors could potentially Dogs rescued in lead to life-threatening conditions, for which all Waianae had of the dogs are being tested. Some dogs suffered a variety of medical debilitating skin disorders, had open wounds and conditions. pressure sores and others were malnourished and starving. Some were in critical condition and had to be taken to local veterinary clinics to receive emergency medical attention. The law requires, at a minimum, that animals be given sufficient care to preserve their health and well-being. This was not being done for those dogs we rescued. The dogs are currently in foster homes and at the Hawaiian Humane Society receiving much needed care. An animal cruelty case has been opened and is still pending investigation.
Leaving a legacy of caring for the less fortunate Making a planned gift to the Hawaiian Humane Society is an excellent way to ensure that love and compassion for animals continues to benefit homeless pets for many years to come. With your gift, the Humane Society is able to care for animals and support its 30 programs and services. Here are a few ways to make a planned gift: • Will or Estate Plan Contribution – A bequest through a will or estate plan leaves a legacy of caring for the animals. • IRA & Retirement Plan Contribution – Designate the Humane Society to receive all or a portion of the account. This allows supporters to give more than they ever thought possible, while leaving
heirs other assets that may be taxed at lower rates. • Life Insurance Policy – Gifts of a life insurance policy or proceeds of a policy that are no longer needed can also be an excellent way to give. You may be able to use life insurance to “replace” assets you donate to charity, allowing you to provide for loved ones and their charitable interests. • Donations Honoring a Loved One – For the person who has everything, a donation in honor of a loved one can be a fitting gift this holiday season. Send an eCard to notify an honoree of the contribution. For information, call 356-2213 or email development@ hawaiianhumane.org. 5
Community gathers to celebrate Moiliili campus expansion communal areas for the dogs to socialize, as well as private spaces for rest. Cats now enjoy a second Cat House with three-story lodging and vertical spaces allowing them more places to climb and explore. Currently, the Society performs 7,000 sterilizations a year and the new veterinary clinic will help optimize operational efficiency and effectiveness.
Hundreds of community members gathered at the Hawaiian Humane Society’s Moiliili campus in October to celebrate and bless the new Admissions & Veterinary Center, as well as its new Dog and Cat Adoption Houses. “Originally built in the 1940s, our campus has served as a community resource providing programs and services focused on strengthening the human-animal bond and caring for more than 25,000 animals a year,” said Pamela Burns, President and CEO of the Hawaiian Humane Society. “This project represents the latest innovation in shelter design that lends itself to maximum efficiency for staff and optimal compassionate care for animals.”
Pacific Asia Design Group was the primary architect for the campus expansion with consulting provided by Animal Arts Design of Boulder, Colorado. Kiewit Building Group began construction on the new building in September 2015. Special thanks to the Eagle Scouts’ Troop 101, volunteers from FEMA and Hawaii Pacific University Women’s Volleyball team in assisting with the move-in to the new areas.
Highlights of the project include increased dog and cat housing capacity. Updated living quarters allow for efficient cleaning and care, helping to reduce stress while enhancing the health and happiness of the animals. The new Dog Houses have an indoor-outdoor design with
Dog Adoption House during and after construction.
Admissions & Veterinary Center during and after construction.
Dr. John and Kumi Lederer stand with their dogs in front of a new field service van.
City & County of Honolulu Council Chair Ernie Martin enjoys spending time with furry friends.
Board Chair Ginny Tiu, President & CEO Pamela Burns and Kahu Kekapa Lee untie the maile lei to signify the opening of the expanded campus for animals.
Capital Campaign Gifts Eric & Lori Ako Alexander & Baldwin ALTRES & Simplicity HR Bob & Kelly Armstrong Atherton Family Foundation Bank of Hawaii Foundation Bob & Frances Bean Joan Bellinger Francie Boland Pamela Burns Cades Foundation Stan Cadwallader & Jim Nabors Governor & Mrs. Ben Cayetano Charles B. Wang International Foundation Joyce Doheny* John & Christina Doty Nicholas & Koren Dreher Emmett R. Quady Foundation Thyrza Eyre Brandt Farias Fergus & Company First Hawaiian Bank Foundation Ken & Linda Fong Marvin & Sandra Fong
Ernest H. Fukeda, Jr. Jerrold & Harlene Fuller Stephen & Gloria Gainsley Dr. Richard* & Elizabeth Grossman Devon, Tim, Hoku, Mele & Maluhia Guard Alan Ho & Sylvia Liang-Ho James Campbell Company & Executives Carol Jones & Larry Jones / The Larson Jones Family Trust Michael & Pamela Jones Diane M. Kimura & William J. Nagle, III Jim & Lynn Lally Kent & Sharon Lucien Gracie, George, Sherman & Bella Lynch McInerny Foundation Stephen & Susan Metter Riki & Karen S. Morimoto Nakamura Educational Institute Norman & Ann Noguchi / Marcus & Associates
Elahe Omidyar Mir-Djalali Ray Okada Jamie & Pauline Osborne Kathleen & David Pellegrin Petco Foundation Mary Philpotts McGrath Mark & Karen Polivka Rainee Barkhorn Charitable Foundation / Jack & May Tyrrell Lawrence & Patricia Rodriguez Schuler Family Foundation Estate of Frank & Marna Slocum Barbara Smith Bill & Ellen Stiles Sue Sylvester Palumbo / Billy Palumbo Ginny Tiu Paul & Leslie Turnbull Dr. Norman & Kazue Ueda & Peppy Barry & Virginia Weinman Mary Weyand* William G. Irwin Charity Foundation Rick Zwern & Karen Huffman *deceased
Catios keep cats safe, happy and healthy The Hawaiian Humane Society encourages cat owners to keep their feline companions safely indoors where they can avoid fast-moving cars, fights, and diseases they may contract from interaction with other animals; however, cats need exercise and many of them enjoy playing outdoors. Some cat owners think the solution is to let their cats freely roam outside, exposing them to the many risks they could encounter outdoors. But experts say that cats are fine living out their lives indoors, as long as they are provided with enough physical and mental stimulation to keep their bodies and minds fit. Some cat owners have gone a step farther, constructing a hybrid indoor-outdoor environment called “catios.” Catios are an enclosed outdoor patio for cats, which gets cats closer to the outdoors while remaining safely in an enclosed area. Although there are many varieties of catios in existence, they often share some common features. One common feature is large windows, screens, or other seethrough barriers that give cats a wide-angle view
of the outdoors. This allows them to observe trees, plants, birds, and other wildlife. Another feature is different levels for cats to climb, walk, and perch on. These can include ladders, steps, elevated walkways, lookout posts, and platforms of assorted shapes and sizes. And of course cat toys and objects that can keep a cat occupied when they are in the mood for play and exploration.
Catios are enclosed outdoor spaces for cats.
The Teehans have two cats and two dogs that are either strays that they took in or adopted from the Hawaiian Humane Society. While their pets are all sterilized and vaccinated, the Teehans decided they needed to go one step further to keep their cats happy and healthy. They began planning for a catio at their Salt Lake home. “My wife, Pam, wanted the catio so the cats could enjoy being outside safely,” Michael Teehan said. “We hired a contractor and worked closely with him to make sure the catio was built alongside our home safely and according to our design. There are places the cats can play, eat, sleep and even hide away by themselves when they feel like being alone.” Despite some of the fancier examples you might find on the Internet, catios do not necessarily have 8
to be expensive extensions to the home. Some simpler models consist of a secured wire cage with a solid platform extending out of a lower window of the home. This gives the cat the sense of going outside without being able to wander. Depending on a cat owner’s preferences and resources, catios can get fancy and elaborate. Some catios are so complex and spacious that they can – and often do – accommodate multiple occupants, both feline and human. Not everyone has the space or resources to add a catio to their home. For those who are able to do so and want to, think about the size and design that’s right for you and your feline family members. Doing your research, as the Teehans did, will make sure your catio is both safe and enjoyable for all the occupants of your home.
Ring in the New Year with these safety tips On New Year’s Eve, fireworks will be crackling in neighborhoods across Oahu. Most pets do not take kindly to fireworks. Some may even get scared and run away. Here are a couple of tips you can follow to help calm your dog, cat, or other pet this New Year’s Eve. Keep your pets indoors. Your pet is unlikely to run away if he is kept inside in a nice, warm and cozy area that makes them feel safe. Many pets become anxious and scared when they hear fireworks popping outside. Try playing some nice music or turn on the television for them to
listen to in the background instead of fireworks. If your pet cannot be kept in the home, consider keeping him in an enclosed area, such as a garage. Do not leave your pet unattended.
identification has your most current contact information. If he needs identification, stop by the Hawaiian Humane Society to purchase ID tags, dog licenses and a microchip.
Resist taking your pet to fireworks displays. Most animals don’t enjoy the holiday’s noisy spectacles. Consider boarding options for the evening if you’re not able to stay home with him.
If you find a stray animal, take him to Hawaiian Humane’s 24-hour Admissions Center, where pets can be reunited with their owners. Call Hawaiian Humane Society at 3562228 immediately if your pet is lost and file a lost report. The law requires that all dogs wear a valid license as proof of ownership.
Update your pet identification. Frightened pets often try to escape the loud noises and bright flashes of fireworks. To be reunited quickly, ensure his
Consult with a Veterinarian. Some animals have extreme cases of anxiety when it comes to fireworks. Many people prepare for New Year’s Eve by asking their vet to prescribe something to help calm their pet.
Holoholo Check out all of these upcoming events and more at HawaiianHumane.org.
Mission PAWsible Contest
Estate Planning Seminar
December 1 – March 31
January 24 • Hawaiian Humane Society
Attention teens! Your next mission, should you choose to accept, is to be an animal hero! Students in grades 6-12 can enter the Hawaiian Humane Society’s Mission PAWsible Contest by showing how to be a hero for Oahu’s animals. Categories include Traditional Art, Digital Art, and Written Word. Enter for a chance to win a Samsung Galaxy Tablet, Beats by Dre and other great prizes! Deadline is March 31, 2017. Visit HawaiianHumane.org/ education for more information.
Leave a legacy of love for your pets by creating an estate plan that provides for their care. This seminar will be led by estate planning expert Rhonda Griswold from the law firm of Cades Schutte. Contact Dawn Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org or 356-2213 to attend.
Neko Café January 28 • Mori Hawaii
The Hawaiian Humane Society is partnering up with Art + Flea to host a second pop-up cat café event in their store Mori, at South Shore Marketplace complete with Humane Society cats and kittens available for adoption. Email email@example.com for more information.
Animal Hero January 14 & February 18 1:30 – 4:30 pm • Hawaiian Humane Society
Students grades 6-12 who want to help animals for a school or project or community service are encouraged to attend this class. A $25 fee per student is requested and will cover mentorship throughout the project. Scholarships are available. Learn more at HawaiianHumane.org.
Doggie Speed Dating February 11 10 am – Noon • Hawaiian Humane Society
Find the love of your life with a people-pet speed dating event. All adoption fees for all animals are waived from 10 am - Noon only. More than 100 animals await. Call 356-2225 for more info. 9
More than 2,700 people and pets step out for PetWalk More than 2,700 people and pets gathered at Magic Island Beach Park for the 26th anniversary of Hawaiian Humane Society’s PetWalk – its annual charity walk. Supporters and their pets walked around the park in celebration of raising more than $295,000 for the Hawaiian Humane Society.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell joins thousands of animal lovers at the PetWalk starting line.
More than a dozen sponsors stepped up to support the Society’s event, including Petco Foundation, which has been PetWalk’s presenting sponsor for the past five years. Media sponsors Hawaii News Now and Summit Media teamed up to donate nearly $100,000 in air time and publicity to help raise awareness for the charity walk and the Society’s cause. “PetWalk is such an important event to the Hawaiian Humane Society,” said Pamela Burns, President & CEO, “These greatly-needed funds will help the Society rescue abused pets, reunite lost pets with their families, find loving families for homeless animals, educate the public, advocate for better laws and provide care and shelter to more than 25,000 animals this year.
Mahalo to our Sponsors
Petco Foundation Ginny Tiu’s Team Servco Foundation
Charlie Bean’s Team Hill’s Pet Nutrition
Crum & Forster Subaru Hawaii
Veterinary Emergency + Referral Center of Hawaii Crazy Shirts Cosco Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Jack Tyrrell / Rainee Barkhorn Charitable Foundation Hawaii News Now
Matson Foundation Ruth Ushijima United Laundry Services Ward Village
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Mahalo nui to these businesses and friends that donated or discounted their services. Accel Rentals Ala Moana Center Aloha Pops Aloha Rent-all Animal Communicators Hawaii Hawaii Balloon Company Hawaiian Ice Company Hawthorne Pacific Hawaii Doggie Bakery Kakaako Pet Hospital Keri Nakahashi Pet Photography Maika’i Pet Sitting & Mobile Grooming Menehune Water Musukawas Party Pix Hawaii Partysource Paul’s Poppers Poi Pounder Hawaii Starbucks Tucker & Bevvy Visionize Media Waikiki Yacht Club Watanabe Floral Christian Yrizarry
Waggin’ Tales Sharing the love for the holidays A big ho-ho-ho to Subaru for partnering with us for Pictures with Santa Paws as a part of their Share the Love program.
Gotta catch ‘em all A big pawhalo to the organizers of the Pokemon Bar Crawl event. They raised $3,000 for Oahu’s animals while catching ‘em all!
Paws for a cause Paws up to Pipedreams Surf Co. for hosting an adoption event at their Pearlridge Center location.
Yappy hour A toast to Anna O’Brien’s and Chiko’s Tavern for hosting PetWalk fundraisers for the animals.
Big waves of aloha Three cheers to Oceanic Time Warner for their day of service. They helped at an adoption event, washed dog bowls and stuffed kongs.
In celebration of animals Pawhalo to Lenny and Jenny Gonzales, Susan Phillips, Sarah Shannahan and Marlene Tom who celebrated their birthdays in honor of the animals. Ginger Edmunds, Cindy Chess and Ann Dewey all celebrated their 60th birthday in honor of Oahu’s animals.
Pet Worthy Products Pop-up Retail Shop
Shop for a Cause! Our pop-up retail shop, Whiskers & Wags, is the perfect place to purchase exclusive Hawaiian Humane Society gear for the pet or pet-lover in your life this holiday season. Visit our website to view more items available and the location and hours of Whiskers & Wags. All proceeds support the Hawaiian Humane Society’s programs and services that help local animals and people.
Hello Kitty Tote Bag $28.00
Live, Love, Meow Sign $10.00 Aloha Raglan Tee $15.00
I like Big Mutts T-shirt $20.00
Aloha Hoodie $29.00
Gifts of Love
We gratefully acknowledge donors who have given $100 or more from July 16 – October 15, 2016.
Fat Cats & Top Dogs $10,000 + ALTRES & Simplicity HR Gov. Ben & Vicky Cayetano Allan DiCastro Laurie Foster Barron & Dede Guss Mike & Sandra Hartley Barry & Virginia Weinman
Animal Champions $5,000 +
Hill’s Pet Nutrition Matson Elizabeth Rice Grossman Arthur & Ruth Ushijima
Best Friends $1,000 +
Dawn Aull Lauran Bromley Bob & Audrey Byers Chaminade University of Honolulu William Coleman & Chris Frendreis Stanley & Janet Dalbec Daniel Delbrel Gary Edwards & Lisa Brewer Enterprise Rent-A-Car Lucile Greco & Frank Greco, Jr. Tim & Devon Guard Dimitri & Suzanne Haniotis Janet Henderson Charlaine Higashi Brent Hirata Kim Iwamoto Aiko Kameya Rev. Nobuharu Kato Denise Keala Nancy & Peter Kessinger Steven & Estrellita Komura Jim & Lynn Lally Creighton & Linda Lee Julia & Marshall Leonardy Mid-Pacific Institute Elementary School Mililani Middle School Catherine Moore Noreen Muscat David Nichols Pacific Cost Engineering PetSmart Charities Pipe Dreams Surf Co. Thomas Sakoda Carl & Lu Seyfer Susan & Alvin Shishido Steven & Pamela Sofos Traci & Mark Taylor Times Supermarket Michael & Marlene Tom Roberta Wakisaka-Fellezs
Devoted Companions $500 + AC Positive Electric Warren Amaral Jane Aoki Mona Arizala Kouros Azar Brian & Wendy Barbata Kenneth Barclay Emmalisa Bledsoe Peter & Antoinette Brown Pamela Burns Momi Cazimero & Lester Nakasone Molly Cherry Michael DeLuca Eric & Kim Dettloff John & Jane Dodson Nick & Koren Dreher Fiona Druckenmiller Gregory Dunn James & Vickie Farmer Sarah Fincke Ralph Fisher Richard Fucik Louis & Mary Furtado Robert Hackman John & Pam Haddock Greg Hammond Hawaii Kai Veterinary Clinic Robert Henricks Jean Imamoto Eric & Ann Inouye Patsy Kalawaia Edward Kaneshige & Marcia Taylor-Kaneshige Francis & Marion Kaneshiro Marjorie Kashiwada Aaron Masuoka & Gayle Tasaka Jane & Jerry Mount Jean & Maury Myers John & Suzanne Noland Todd, Joy, Lexy, Sophie & Coco Oda William & Hope Oliver Pacific Architects Kerry Paulson Petco Foundation John & Diane Radcliffe Lawrence & Patricia Rodriguez Jim & Puchi Romig Gil & Shareen Sato Servco Foundation Steven & Laura Jeanne Short Missy & Billy Stabile Joyce Stupski Beverly Suenaga Brenda Tanaka Ginny Tiu Ruedi & Debra Tobler LeeAnn Tuttle Laurena Wong Mitsuru & Lorraine Yamamoto Stanley & Janet Zisk
Guardian Angels $100 +
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Alan Phillips & Audrey Buyrn Thomas Pickard Robert Pierce Sudarat Pindavanija Alexis Pospischil Kristen Postil ProService Hawaii Jennifer Puckett Madalyn Purcell John & Linda Puu Michael Quon Rustico Radona Augustine Razo Allyson Reed Dianne & John Regan Lisa Reid Wolf & Diane Reitsperger Edean Reyes Ribbon Productions Eric Richter Clay Rider Billie Jean Ries Jacqueline Rinn Sahlee Rinonos John Rivera Lisa Rives-Mauracher Daniel Robertson Trent Robertson William & Emi Robillard Alice Robinson Elizabeth Rodenbeck Llewella Rogers Robert Rohde John & Maile Romanowski Daniel Rose Sharon Ross Linda Rowan Liezl Roxas Betty & George Royce Cui Jun Ruan Bridget Rubino Jacqueline Rush Lee Oscar Ruvalcaba Dave Ryan Kathy Saiki Glenn & Susan Saito Michelle Sajona Eugene & M.H. Sakae Catherine Sakai Latonia Sakata Kathleen Sako Drew Santos Estrella Sandoval Harry Sarae Gordon & Joanne Sasaki Jessie Saunders Eugene Savio Sandy Schafer Harold & Joyce Schatz Kristy Scherman Carissa & Shaun Schuster Merrill & Jay Scoppetto Dr. Nancy Sculerati Rodolfo Sebastian
Wendell Seguerre Justin & Faith Seguirant Marnela Sekalova Arthur Senning Steven Serrano Scott Serratore & Kathy Tateishi Tara Severns Josette & Tom Shaughnessy Lorraine Shaughnessy Billie Joe Shavers John Shen Bert & Sharon Shiira Harriet Shima Wayne & Karen Shimabuku Keith Shimabukuro Jane Shintani Kathryn Shioi Michael Shiroma & Gail Kaito George & Cheryl Shon Barton Siegfried Tiffany & Tucker Siegfried Davelyn Silva Lori Silva Douglas Simmons Thomas & Lynn Simpson Paige Slocum & Gregory Pang Douglas Smith Kila Smith Laura Smith Charlene Smoyer Arthur & Beverly Soares Diane Sonoda Kim Soon & Phyllis Kam Jesse Sotelo Chris Souza Luella Spadaro Lisa Spencer William & Caroline Spencer David Spinazza Kathryn Spradling Amanda Stankiewicz Sarah Stanley Ronald & Joan* Stebbins Bridgit & David Stegenga Mary Steiner & David Atkin Sal St. Germain Lester Stiefel Richard Stockton & Maureen Coogan Angela Stoianovitch Vera Stolpiec Andrew Strand Roberta Straughn Alan Strawbridge Sheila Streltzer Mavis Suda Wanpen Suragairin Anne Sutton An Ta Annabelle Tabayoyong Mary Jane Tadena Hart Leroy & Marcia Taira Keith Tajiri Roger Takabayashi
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Judith Wolfe Keith Wolter Kristina Wong Linda Wong Priscilla & Paul Wong Sharon Wong Jessica Woods James Wright Linda Wright Wong Jane Wylie Renee Yafuso Carol Jean Yakuma Ayako Yamada Charlotte Yamada Renee Yamada Linda Yamada-Okamura David Yamagata Dean Yamamoto Rodney & Frances Yamamoto Erle & Sandra Yamane Paul & Alma Yamashita Richard & Angel Yanagihara Beverly Yap Miri Yi Liu Yilin Henry Yonamine Cyrilla Yonehara Tony & Jill Yoshicedo Cheryl Yoshida Roy Yoshikane Don & Judi Young Jason Young Vivian Young Lily Yu Joyce Yuen Janice Yuen Kent Yukumoto Ed Zane Caroline Zarata Dee Anne Zobel
Ginger Edmunds Viviane Abcarian Tom & Bryde Cestare Edward & Ann Dewey Gwynn Ellicott Kiri & Derek Esibill Dick & Francine Hagstrom Celeste & Eric Smith C.J. Terry Caroline Viola Tekla Weber Lenny & Jenny Gonzales Joel & Mary Ann Cavasso Johna Craft Debra & Robert Creps Katherine Croze Edward & Barbara Smith Lyndell & Mary Wood Michelle Huey Mildred Zilinsky Mi Kosasa Ginny Tiu Mi Kosasa, Mr. Bubbles & Angel Keystone Kosasa Kristi Ivey Jim & Lynn Lally Judi Hanley Carita Miller Edward & Joann Holland Beverly Page Raymond Lyau Herman Page Susan Phillips Joel & Mary Ann Cavasso Johna Craft Gwynn Ellicott Edward & Barbara Smith Larry & Patricia Rodriguez Martin & Donna Melone
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In Honor of Pets Ahi & Ono Joseph & Betty Demarke Bowser Boy Eddie & Selene Mersereau Kealani Michele Rosenblum Max, Marv, Meow & Ollie Linda Flinn Mia Howard Hayashi
Pogo Wo Julia Wo Sammy Lauren Hopper-Pojar & David Pojar Tina Tsujimoto Arthur Kluvo Tristan Kimberly Kawamura Valentine Maria Hagood Waianae Rescue Dogs Barbara & Stanley Krasniewski Yumi Goya Beverly Page
In Memory of People Georgiana Alvaro Kamehameha Schools Class of 1963
Ann Hisamoto Dwayne & Nancy Yap Gail Kaleikini Arlene Fujikawa
Dzidra Damerel Beverly Neese Jack DeWeese Helen DeWeese & Yvonne Waller Robert Duffy Marilee Duffy
Miyako Tsubota Leighton Tsubota Marsha Watanabe Henry Watanabe Daniel Watkins John Ruscetta
Jody McKillop McAfee Edith Harada Lynne Morishige & Kenlie Ward Ann McLaren Paula Ho
Cedric Ono Amy & Stanley Kashiwai Ralph & Margaret Kiessling
Jean & Harry Cook Carol Van Der Geest
Barbara Tilley Frank Atherton
Tom Leland Linda Ahue Minnie Boggs Michael Bridge Donna Curry Rene Garvin Amy Iritani Jay Krafsur
May Lan Chan Doris Wu
Carol Compton Robert Lee & Erin Oâ€™Donnell Lee
Donald Tanita Mary & Scott Stewart
Lynn Koga Kenneth & Inez Koga Robert & Charlene Suzuki Jean Uyetake
Mimi Milo Christina McCabe
Mel Chow Beverly Chow
Kristi Takanishi Walter & Susan Biffl
Karen Kanow Karen Yabui
Cindy Black Evelyn Black
Evelyn Chang Raymond Chinn
Sarah Seal Andrew Barton Matthew Barton William & Lilly Barton Kimi Spamer Lil Spamer
Janet Helm Kathy Poyer
Nicholas & Timmy Palumbo Carola Wilson
Josh Giannelli Verla Rammelsberg Vasco Gonsalves Stanley & Theresa Shibata Grandpa Buffy Frank Haramoto May Aiko Haramoto Ursula Heinz Hawaii Permanente Retirees Association
Chuppy & Nina Steven & Tokiko Bazzell Coco, Duke, Marco, Shiloh & Tora Eileen Cho
Daphne Craig & Wendy Oyadomori
Buddy Leslie Hidaka
Hiroshi Furutomo Mark Furutomo
Charlie Beth Cox
Rodney Yee Marvin Hamai
Blue Donna Berg
Winifred Foley Denis & Ella Isono Catherine Ngo Elizabeth & Gary Sommerfeld JoAnn Takasaki
Cassie Yamada Patrick & Janice Yamada
Daisy Elizabeth Chang
BJ Cayetano Worldster & Patricia Lee
David Rinell Raymond & Sandra Choy Kenneth & Nancy Kaneshiro Peter & Carol Russell
Callie Mark Yoshida
Allen Wehr Shari Ching
Babe Donald Fujimoto
Maryann Rhein Yamamoto Gary Nihipali
Bully & Sophie Morimoto Kent & Majel Morimoto
Cookie & Fearo Gilding Gregory & Monette Gilding
Angie, Baby Sam, Samuel & Sherman Joan & Edwin Uyehara
Joe Porto Lynn Porto
Buddy Hirai Creighton & Linda Lee
Ann Weers Beverley Grimmer Ralph & Margaret Kiessling Barbara Miller Beverly Perry
In Memory of Pets
Helene Pagotto Patrick & Janice Yamada
Buddy Epure James & Chikako Epure Margaret Ryan
Coral Lisa Baxa & Dan Schmidt
Ding A Ling, Grayo, & Snowball Ronald Chandler & Kenneth Cayetano Ditto Hofmann Michael Hofmann Friskie & Friends Stephanie & John Kirimitsu Gus Virginia & Michael MacBride Harley Robert Ristelhueber Hiro Paul Franke Hokukea Charles & Mildred Ikehara
Honey, Keiki, Sam & Trini Jan Bailey-Yoshino
Kiko Whittle Miriam Whittle
Max Kato Gail Mikasa
Pekoe & Sasha Jessie Faige
Humphrey Susie Koshiyama & Evan Wilde
Kuau Henry Dela Cruz & Ursula Olds-Dela Cruz
Mele Andrew Castleberry
Princess Farias John Farias
Mindy & Mitsie Kurtis & Susan Mabe
Rio Farias Brandt Farias
Mokihanalani Chun Mark & Vanessa Van Doorne
Rusty Fowler Ginny Tiu
Madra Randy Francis & Jessie Mitchell
Nala Valerie & Frank Palumbo Karen Scharff
Sammy Higashionna Conrad & Lindee Higashionna
Maka, Roddy & Pono Helen Shigemura
Nani Akana Terry Akana
Makana Doty John & Christina Doty
Nani Girl Lenny & Jenny Gonzales
Makana Augugliaro Steven & Angel Augugliaro
Nibbles Tokuda Steven & Gail Tokuda
Jabba Dar Ginny Tiu Kaipo Beverly Chow Kalei & Lucky Katherine Min Kea Alan & Shirley Kakuda Keanu Yabui Bryant Yabui Keiki Farias Ginny Tiu Keystone Kosasa Kristi Ivey
Laakea & Hidey Denis & Elizabeth June Yap Lady & Pretty Girl Gilbert Ponce
Scruffy Stanley Benito Sophie Kagawa Kenneth & Carol Kalani Squirt Yanabu Garrick & Diane Yanabu Star Vivian Tsutsumi
Monthly donors Our monthly donors help save the day, every day for animals. They are a special, dedicated group who provide a steady stream of funding so that we can provide help where the need is greatest. For information about becoming a monthly donor, please call 356-2213. James Abbott Mary Agor Gailyn Ahuna-Lum Dale & Katherine Aina Dino Akioka Ada Alamani Deborah Aldrich Joan Allen Nicole Amano Mary Jane Amundson Renee Archer Nakashima Carrie-Lynn Asing Potenciana Badan Frank Baensch Jeffrey Baker Susan Ballard Martin Banks Todd & Andrea Barnes Gabriele Barthlen Jack Baynes Renee Becht Lisamarie Bensman Ed & Jeanne Bernauer Rochelle Renee Blaisdell Gillian Boss Craig & Joanne Bottomley Michelle Bowerman Jennifer Bunce Sheila Buonerba Pamela Burns Patricia Bush Wayne & Dianne Cabral Janis Calton Lowell & Charlotte Cambra
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Kathy Ann Edwards Jose Elizaga Keetje Ell Alexis Fairly Kathy Farley & Ann Moriyasu Diane Fedor Sandra Finney Velma Fish Doris Fitchett Erin Fitzgerald-Case Reiko Flannagan Anastasia Fontenot Ray Ford Douglas & Lee Froning Nazly Fuller Jill Funasaki Karen & Les Galon Barbara Garringer Megan Gelman Jane German Annie Gills Christopher Golding Bernard & Kara Gorgonio Sandy Gottesman Wendy Grady Pamela Grant Harvey & Rae Green Rosemary Griffith Claire Groom Russell Grunch Gretchen Hahn Tomeo & Jane Hamanaka Raelene Hanashiro-Revilla Shelby Hankee
Jeffrey & Lorena Hanyu Trisha Hayes Alyssa Haygood Willliam Henne Robert & Vanelle Hirayasu Ingrid Hirazumi Michael & Colleen Hokutan Eric & Gayle Honda David Hull Elisha Hunter Hannah Hurvitz Joan Husted Lily Hutto Sheri Iha Dennis, Amy & Cade Inamine Irvin Ing Sandra Ing Jessica Iwamura Gary & Melanie Johnson Louise Johnson Donald Jones Helen Josypenko Jonathan Julian Martha & John Kaimana Sydney Kaneshiro Jefferry & Sandra Kato William & Karen Kato Yuko Kato Earl & Patricia Kawaa Clifford Kawamoto Hiromi Kawasaki Barry Kayano Gail Kennedy Robert & Hope Kihune
Taco Bell Anna Marie Ehia Taylor Lawrence & Charleen Kimata Tiger Mehnert Bettina Mehnert Tin Tin Hanson Remy Hanson Tippy Molly Egged Ulan & Lucy Tsuchiya Mitsuyo Tsuchiya
Laura Kim Steven & Lorene Kim Carolyn Kimball Ann Kimura Beatrice King Wayne King Dan & Kathryn Kirley Lloyd & Faye Kitaoka Karyn Kodama Myra Kong Joy Kuraoka Lynn Lane Suzanne Lanoue Peter LaRocca Bonnie Van Ieng Lau Juliet Lee Ki Lee Julian Leigh Jerrica LeRoy Charles Livermore Jason & Elisa Lo Charles Lunson Raymond Lyau Owen & Marylyn Macy Benedict & Gail Madriaga Moira Maeda-Nakamine Kim Maruyama Lee Ann Matsumoto Tami McIlhenney Margaret McLeod Robin Melchor Quince Mento George Mercado Laurabeth Merritt Cynthia Miller Joan Miller Wilmer & Martha Miller Bert Mitsunaga Kanani Miura PattiAnn Miyoshi Walter & Helga Mizushima Jeffry Moeschler
John & Melinda Montgomery Harry & Michelle Morris Karen Morrissette Michael & Mary Murphy Kanani Naauao Ken & Audrey Nakamoto Michael Nakano Ann Nakao Margery Nakayama Winnie Narusawa Jemal & Atsuko Ned Marion Newman James & Shirley Newman Mylinh Nguyen Jodi Nishida Thinzar Nyun Wendell & Bonnie Oda Nina Oâ€™Donnell Robert Okamoto Leigh & Joy Ann Okimoto Patrick & Rae Olim Denise Onggoco Susan Onishi Andrade Kimberly Oâ€™Quinn James Ormand Paulette Ortiz Mike & Sheryl Oschin-Goodman Beverly Page Judy Park Lester & Lorien Pelletier Antoinette Perez Sandra Pfund Pramuan Poe Nalani Punahele Samantha Puou Farren Real Kenneth Renzoni Kelly Rice Daniel Robertson David & Shay Robison Robert Robnett Carol Ryden
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