Paw Prints by Hawaiian Humane (Summer 2022)

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People for animals. Animals for people.



Leslie Campaniano John C. Dean Nick Dreher Elisia Flores Ernest H. Fukeda, Jr. Elizabeth Rice Grossman Dede Guss Mi Kosasa Susan Kosasa Nathaniel Lam, DVM, DACVS Whitney Limm, M.D. FACS Stephen B. Metter Melissa Teves Pavlicek Mike Regan Lawrence D. Rodriguez Ginny Tiu Virginia Weinman Rick Zwern

VICE CHAIR Mike Ching VICE CHAIR Shelley Cramer TREASURER David Okabe SECRETARY Rebecca “Becki” Ward



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD Eric Ako, DVM Gina Woo Anonuevo Robert H. Armstrong Robert R. Bean











HAWAIIAN HUMANE SOCIETY – MŌ‘ILI‘ILI CAMPUS 2700 Waialae Ave. Honolulu, HI 96826 808-356-2200

Daily, 11 am - 6 pm




The Hawaiian Humane Society is dedicated to promoting the human-animal bond and the humane treatment of all animals.


7 am - 7 pm, seven days a week 7 pm to 7 am, admissions is open for emergencies only Visit for the most up-to-date hours and processes.


+2285 Admissions +2218 Adoptions +2250 Animal Rescue & Investigations +2255 Community Spay/ Neuter Center

Wednesday - Saturday

+2213 Donations & Gifts

Wednesday: Pet and FreeRoaming cat appointments

+2225 Education & Outreach

Thursday: Pet and FreeRoaming cat appointments

+2228 Lost & Found

Hawaiian Humane Society is committed to being the animal welfare organization O‘ahu’s animals need and deserve by embracing an animal sheltering model called Socially Conscious Sheltering. With the eight tenets of Socially Conscious Sheltering as a compass, Hawaiian Humane is dedicated to fostering a culture of transparency, ethical decision making, mutual respect, continual learning and collaboration.

Friday: No pet or FreeRoaming cat appointments (mass trapping day)

+2225 Pet Loss Support Group




The Hawaiian Humane Society is a non-profit education and advocacy organization that shelters, protects, rescues, reunites and rehomes animals. Established in 1883, it is O‘ahu's largest animal welfare organization that is a resource for all animals. Hawaiian Humane Society is not a chapter of any group as there is no national humane society. Visit for more information. 2 | Hawaiian Humane Society •

Saturday: Pet appointments only, No Free-Roaming cats Check for drop-off and pick-up times as well as holiday hours.

+2247 Events +2200 Neuter Now +2216 Volunteer Program

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@hawaiianhumane We are honored to partner with Hawai‘i Cat Cafe, Pounce Hawaii and select O‘ahu Petco locations who feature adoptable pets from Hawaiian Humane Society.


EDITOR Jessica Tronoski, Communications Manager WRITERS Stephanie Kendrick, Director of Community Engagement Thomas Hanns, Communications Coordinator

PHOTOGRAPHERS Audrey Esperat, Social Media Coordinator David Livingston Picture Pawfect Photography GRAPHIC DESIGNER Kristin Herrick

Paw Prints is published quarterly by Hawaiian Humane Society, 2700 Waialae Ave. Honolulu, HI 96826. Issued 7/1/2022 (FY23-1).

A MESSAGE FROM ANNA In the fall of 2019, when I arrived on O‘ahu to lead this amazing organization, the Ewa campus was a set of blueprints and an overgrown jungle on a prime corner lot. The project had faced years of delays and the plans were in some ways already out of step with current best practices. We dug into the plans, made the necessary changes and got to work. In this edition of Paw Prints you can see how far we’ve come. Our team has made similar progress in a multitude of ways. Hawaiian Humane has embraced the Socially Conscious Animal Community framework, which invites all community stakeholders to work together and achieve better outcomes for people and their pets. In that spirit, we have collaborated with groups such as Greater Good Charities. In this issue you will see a recap of an incredible six-day Free-Roaming cat spay/ neuter event that will allow more than 1,300 animals to lead healthier lives without contributing to pet overpopulation. We have engaged the community to help more kittens born outdoors by assembling and distributing Kitten Kits at no charge so that good Samaritans can provide the intensive, loving care needed by the littlest and most vulnerable so they can grow big enough to have spay/neuter surgery and find new homes. We have championed critical advances in our local and state animal laws, most recently helping to pass a bill that will improve access to veterinary care in our state. In these pages, veteran Hawaiian Humane staff and supporters highlight the advances that have been particularly meaningful to them. To reflect this progress and our commitment to continuing to grow and improve, Hawaiian Humane’s staff and board recently revised our position

statements for the first time in more than a dozen years. This document describes the values and positions that underpin our mission. Our updated position statements address the ways in which the Hawaiian Humane Society promotes humane treatment for every living creature and they reflect our commitment to the human-animal bond, exemplified in our slogan, “People for Animals. Animals for People.” They also include a new section highlighting community engagement and education, which are indispensable to the progress we have made and will continue to make toward the creation of a more compassionate community for animals and people alike. Find our position statements at I hope you enjoy the stories in this issue, which capture some of the progress our team has made at what has been a challenging time in our community and around the globe. Mahalo for your support for animal welfare and your commitment to protecting our fellow creatures. Your contribution has made these advances possible.

Anna Neubauer | President & CEO

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Hawaiian Humane was founded in 1883 with the mission to promote the human-animal bond and the humane treatment of all animals. This has not changed in our almost 140 years of service and continues to act as our driving force in all we do. That is especially true as we expand, innovate and continue to become the progressive organization our island’s animals need and deserve. While change ebbs and flows, Hawaiian Humane has seen much of it over the years. All of this change has led us to where we are now, and who better to reflect on that progress than some of our long-time team members and supporters? We had the chance to speak with Vernon Ling, Field Services Sergeant; Dr. Carlene Takushi, DVM; and Ginny Tiu, lifetime animal lover and current board member, about the progress they have witnessed over their long tenures.



had a passion for animals and helping people. I also wanted to broaden my investigation skills and felt that working for Hawaiian Humane would be a great start. Ginny: I joined Hawaiian Humane’s board of directors in 2009. I was made aware of the many animals, who through no fault of their own, found themselves homeless, and realizing how helpless they were, I knew I couldn’t just stand by. I wanted to be involved with animal welfare. At first, I actually thought about starting a shelter, but after doing my homework, I realized



all that it would take to do that, financially, staffing and more. So I looked into other organizations. I liked what I learned about the Hawaiian Humane Society, and decided to support its work and mission. Dr. T: I started working at Hawaiian Humane Society in August 1993. I was in private practice and felt like I needed to do something different. I needed a change, so I stopped private practice and began doing relief work all over the island. The director of operations at the time was a veterinarian as well and I had worked with her in the past. I asked her if there was something I could do at Hawaiian Humane and she hired me to do shelter veterinary surgeries. I’ve been doing surgery here since then. During your tenure at Hawaiian Humane, what kind of progress have you witnessed in the organization? What stands out the most to you?

When did you first get involved with Hawaiian Humane and what drew you to the organization? Vern: I started with Hawaiian Humane in February 2002 after I saw an employment ad in the newspaper and applied. I always





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Vern at the beginning of his career at Hawaiian Humane in 2004!

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Vern: I’ve seen a great amount of progress and change at the shelter since the beginning of my career here. The most progress I have witnessed in

my particular area began with the expansion of our Mō‘ili‘ili campus with our new admissions building and adding more capacity with kennels and holding areas. That was huge and made such a difference in the work we were able to do. The next would be our leadership team. With Anna [Neubauer, President & CEO] and Dr. Carter at the helm, we were able to make tremendous and progressive policy changes that brought us in alignment with nationwide best practices. I can surely say we’ve come a long way and that I’m excited to see where we go from here. Ginny: We have become much more transparent, collaborative and engaging with other animal welfare organizations and the community at large! We have a much more robust community outreach program. We are also much more active and involved with advocacy, something I feel strongly about. We need to give value to animals, and consequences to their abusers. I totally agree with the statement by Mahatma Gandhi when he said, “the greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” It should concern us when people have no empathy for the most vulnerable. It is a reflection of who we are. I hope that our aloha is always extended to our animals as well. Dr. T: There have been a lot of changes since 1993. I think one of the biggest change though, one that I feel really good about, is that we’ve drastically increased our lifesaving numbers. That is a change that happened with leadership and policy changes. We’re also able to treat more than we used to. We’re saving a lot more animals through programs like foster care and more advanced surgical procedures for which we didn't always have the resources or tools before. We’re now able to do in-house X-rays, and

Ginny, a life-long animal lover, has supported Hawaiian Humane since 2009!

perform life-changing surgeries like amputations or enucleations, which enable us to help more animals than ever before. Our advocacy efforts have also increased and progressed. Most recently, the Hawai‘i Veterinary Medical Association’s Veterinary Immunity/Mandatory Reporting bill has really enabled us to immediately act in the best interest of the animal and provide emergency lifesaving care, even if an owner is not available to consent. What excites you most about the expansion of Hawaiian Humane to two campuses? Vern: I’m excited to be able to save more lives and provide the community with more convenience and resources for their pets. Ginny: What most excites me is knowing that the amazing, lifesaving and life-changing work that the Hawaiian Humane Society does will be accessible to more people and animals. The fact that

we will be able to do even more for our precious animals and the community is so motivating. We will be doing more education and spay/ neuter surgeries, the most effective and humane way to control animal overpopulation in our community. What do you envision or hope for the organization, or our larger animal-loving community, in the future? Ginny: We are blessed with wonderful support from our community, but it is my hope that more people, including our elected officials, will have a better understanding and appreciation for how critical our work is, and how much it impacts our community, both animals and people. It has been proved that there is a direct correlation between how one treats animals and how one treats people. That’s why my heart resonates with our mission, “to promote the human-animal bond and the humane treatment of all animals.”

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HAPPY TAILS A little TLC goes a long way!

At just one year young, Koa was found limping on Farrington Highway and was picked up by Hawaiian Humane in December of 2020. Our veterinary services team determined that his leg was fractured beyond repair and needed to be immediately amputated for his health, safety and to improve his quality of life. At first, it was difficult for Koa to get used to his new three-legged life. Within a couple of days, he figured out the best way to walk, though he was still quite afraid of people. While spending time with our staff and volunteers, he began to warm up to familiar faces, but he needed a loving home and calm

environment to adjust to his new "tri-pawd" lifestyle. Then in January of 2021, Kacey came to Hawaiian Humane to find a new pet. She saw little Koa and fell deeply in love. She didn’t mind that this young dog had only three legs and wanted to show him the love and care he needed and deserved. Kacey adopted Koa and decided to rename him Elijah. She was ready to help him overcome his anxiety and wanted to help him feel confident. Elijah was finally able to receive the 1-on-1 attention he needed with a new name, home and family. Now Elijah’s a happy, healthy boy who enjoys treats, late-night cuddles and wrestling with his puppy friend, Raya. He’s now less apprehensive when

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meeting new people and is more willing to meet new dogs. He’s still learning to have fun on walks and how to be confident around larger groups of people. Although Kacey has a long way to go to help Elijah get over his anxiety, she’s dedicated to giving him all the TLC and loving patience he needs. The power of the human-animal bond can heal many wounds, and this pair’s relationship is no different. Elijah has become an integral part of the family, and despite his missing leg, he still has a big heart and lots of love to give, thanks to Kacey’s compassion and care.

Advocacy update:

Legislative session delivers wins! Hawaiian Humane Society’s top priority for the 2022 legislative session was to improve access to veterinary care for our state’s animals and pet owners. SB2798, SD1, HD2, CD1, passed both chambers and has been sent to Governor David Ige for his approval. The bill creates two new permits that would allow qualified out-of-state veterinarians to practice in Hawai‘i temporarily at the invitation of a Hawai‘ilicensed veterinarian. It also allows qualified outof-state veterinarians to come in to help the case of animal rescues and disaster response. Further, it codifies the rules around veterinary telemedicine and allows for international veterinary school graduates to take Hawai‘i’s licensing exam. This measure will help animals in need. Governor Ige has until July 12 to either veto the bill, sign it or let it become law without his signature. While we don’t expect the governor to oppose the measure,

it always helps to demonstrate that the community is in support. Please ask Governor Ige to sign this bill by visiting comments-on-legislation. Comments can be brief. Lawmakers also approved a $700,000 grant in aid request to help fund the construction of Hawaiian Humane’s new campus in Ewa! We are grateful that the Legislature recognizes the importance of bringing animal welfare services to this pet-loving and underresourced part of O‘ahu. With nearly $27 million of the $30 million project raised so far, the vast majority from private donors, this public funding reinforces the importance of the human-animal bond to Hawai‘i families. If you are interested in supporting Hawaiian Humane Society’s mission-centered public policy efforts, sign up for our advocacy email list at HawaiianHumane. org/Join-Our-Advocacy-Support-Team or email

Good Fix O‘ahu’s inaugural mass spay/ neuter event proves a huge success! This past April, Good Fix made its way to O‘ahu and helped our community spay/neuter over 1,300 cats! Mahalo to Greater Good Charities for partnering with us and bringing Good Fix to O'ahu, and to all of the caring community members who volunteered, donated and brought in Free-Roaming cats to the clinics–we could not have accomplished this incredible task without the collective kōkua from our community! Do you still want to help us spay/ neuter the Free-Roaming cats of O'ahu? Learn more and join our everyday TNRM (Trap-Neuter-Release-Manage) efforts at Free-Roaming-Cats.

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Construction progress report: Our next chapter takes shape in West O‘ahu! Just over one year ago, we broke ground on what will soon become Hawaiian Humane’s second campus on the island of O‘ahu. The 5-acre corner lot on Old Fort Weaver Road, once thick with overgrowth and piles of dirt, has begun to transform before our eyes into years worth of dreams come true.

Our staff, board of directors and team of volunteers recently had the unique opportunity to sign a 16foot beam that will become a permanent part of our campus structure in West O‘ahu. Messages of excitement, support and thanks now decorate the beam and will fill our new campus with aloha.

Shortly after groundbreaking in May 2021, mass grading began to move earth and prepare the site for final grading and the beginning of construction. Then in October 2021, excavation for the foundation and plumbing began and structures quickly began to take shape.

While we initially planned on opening our West O‘ahu campus in early 2023, unforeseen circumstances with materials and shipping have unfortunately caused us to delay the grand opening until April 2023. The incredible team at Allied Builders continue to work hard and keep us on schedule despite these unanticipated setbacks!

Over the past eight months, vertical construction has been well underway and you can already see part of our renderings coming to life. If you were to visit the site today, you would see the beginnings of our new admissions and shelter veterinary services building, cat, dog and small animal pavilions, acquaintance yards and more.

We will continue to share updates on progress, so stay tuned to our Instagram, Facebook, TikTok and website at

Groundbreaking ceremony – May 2021

Building site

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September 2021

April 2022: Our Junior Development Council was successful in raising $63,500 to support the construction of our West O‘ahu campus! They presented the check to Hawaiian Humane at the Tuxes & Tails gala.

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Safety tips for a summer of fun We all know that special feeling when it comes to the warmer months here in Hawai‘i. Time to fire up the barbeque, set up the shade tent on the beach or go for an early hike around the beautiful island we call home. Often, we pet owners want our furry friends to come along for the ride and enjoy the outdoors with the rest of the family. Keep the fun going during the summer (and year-round) by taking simple steps to keep your pets safe.

with us to the beach or on a walk. The best way to ensure that your cat doesn’t get into trouble is to keep them indoors. You can rest easy with your cat inside, knowing they will not get into any fights or get stuck in a tree. Plus, it keeps their waste confined to their litter box, helping the environment and our native species. Provide plenty of enrichment for your indoor cats, such as toys, scratch posts, cat trees and cat shelves. Avoid things like string and toxic plants.

An everyday activity, such as walking, is excellent for your and your dog’s health. One of the most basic safety steps is walking your dog with a leash. Not only is walking your dog on a leash the law, but it also helps protect the environment! It’s a simple step to take when getting your daily exercise with your pet. When you leash your dog, you are in control and can prevent accidents from happening. Don’t forget to pick up their waste and help keep our island clean for all to enjoy.

Not every situation is appropriate for your dog. If you need to leave your dog at home, make sure that you put away things they are not supposed to chew and don’t leave out food. Do not leave your dog outside unattended. They can overheat or become stressed and escape the yard. Keep them in a dog-safe room, or kennel train them. Remember, the kennel should be a spot of comfort and reward, not a punishment.

Did you know that pets can get sunburnt too? A hot and cloudless day may mean the perfect day in the sun for people, but for dogs, it can spell danger. Dogs wear their coats year-round and don't sweat to release heat as humans do. When taking your dog outside, avoid peak hours when it’s the hottest. Be conscious of the weather and hot surfaces like sidewalks or sand. If you have ever walked barefoot on the sidewalk on a hot day, you can imagine the pain dogs feel on their sensitive paws. Make sure you exercise with your dog in shaded areas and bring plenty of water for you both to stay hydrated. Keep a close eye on your dog for signs of overheating. If your dog is excessively panting or has excessive saliva, this may signify heat stress. Seek medical care if you notice strange behavior, blue gums or if your dog seems unwell. Most cat lovers don’t take our feline friends 10 | Hawaiian Humane Society •

If you leave your pets at home alone, place a sticker on your front door or window that lets emergency services know what animals are in the house in case of fire or other emergencies where they need to evacuate your home. A great local resource for fire safety is The Eddy Project. They provide the community with emergency stickers to help emergency services know what pets live in your home if they need to be rescued. You can find them in pet stores around the island or online at closer to National Pet Fire Safety Day on July 15. Pets bring so much joy and love to our lives. Protect the ones you love by following simple safety steps. For even more tips and resources, check out

ARE YOU AND YOUR PETS PREPARED FOR A HURRICANE? It's hurricane season and being prepared means having a plan for your pets too! All shelters on O‘ahu are pet-friendly, but they will not provide supplies so be sure to stock up now and have your Pet Disaster Preparedness Kit ready to go.

Pet Disaster Preparedness Kit Checklist: 14-day supply of food and water in sealed containers Crate or carrier for each pet in which they can stand up and turn around Leash and collar with owner contact number on collar or ID tag Bedding, towels and toys Medications, vaccination records, microchip number and other veterinary paperwork Food and water bowls; can opener (if needed) Grooming supplies Cleaning supplies for crates and litter boxes Cat litter in sealed containers with litter pan Printed photographs of your pet Pet first aid kit

TIP: Emergencies don't wait until you're prepared. Make sure that your pet’s microchip is updated with your current contact information TODAY!

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What do you get when you adopt from Hawaiian Humane? Ever wonder what your adoption fee goes toward when you adopt from Hawaiian Humane? Not only are you getting a best friend forever, your new pet also receives all of these services while in our care! We work hard to make sure that your new pet is happy, healthy, and ready to put their best paw forward when joining your 'ohana, and your adoption fee helps us do just that.

Flea & Tick Preventative

$40-$200 Annually

Loving Care From Staff & Volunteers


Microchip ID Implant & Registration

Hill's Science Diet Food

Species-Specific & Nutritious!

Wellness Exam



Heartworm Test





FeLV & FIV Testing

Spay/Neuter Surgery



Age-Appropriate Vaccinations



Additional Diagnostic, Medical & Surgical Care (if needed)

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Announcing our Mission PAWsible 2022 winners! This year, we called upon O‘ahu’s students to get creative and show us, through art, what they’re most excited about with the addition of a second Hawaiian Humane Society campus on the West Side! We received so many wonderful submissions, yet these eight really stood out! Congratulations to these students for winning this year’s Mission PAWsible contest!

Grades 6-8

Grades 9-12

Digital Art: Noelani, SEEQs (grade 7) Creative Writing: Chelsey, ‘Iolani School (grade 6)

Digital Art: Yuna, James Campbell High School (grade 12)

3D Art: Brennan, Maryknoll School (grade 7)

Creative Writing: Joelle, Waianae High School (grade 9)

Traditional Art: Samantha, Kapolei Middle School (grade 8)

Traditional Art: Jaiden, James Campbell High School (grade 12)

3D Art: Emily, Hawaii Technology Academy (grade 10) HONORABLE MENTION: Hailey, Hawaii Technology Academy (grade 10)

Digital Art: Noelani

Traditional Art: Jaiden

3D Art: Emily

Digital Art: Yuna 3D Art: Brennan

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Big Hearts Help Big! Our Volunteer of the Month program recognizes outstanding volunteers that go above and beyond for the animals in our care. They are nominated monthly by fellow volunteers and staff members alike for their dedication, passion and commitment to our mission.

March 2022 - Jan!

Laundry & Shelter Clinic Support Volunteer Volunteer for 12 years Jan has been a dedicated Laundry and Shelter Clinic Support Volunteer for many years. She is well known for going beyond the call of duty to lend a helping hand! Beyond her regularly scheduled volunteer role, Jan also has been known to help guide and mentor new volunteers. She ensures everyone feels welcome and supported! We asked Jan to tell us something she looks forward to when volunteering and she said, “In between tasks, I’m able to spend time with the dogs who need extra attention & TLC.”

April 2022 - Josie!

Administrative Volunteer Volunteer for 2 years Josie volunteers in many different roles at Hawaiian Humane, including our Call Center and as an Administrative Volunteer. Most recently she helped us by creating and updating our Animal Laws Database and guide, which is a very important tool for our field services team! When asked about her favorite part about volunteering at Hawaiian Humane, she says, “My favorite part about my role is knowing that my efforts are helping the staff and in the long run I'm making their day a little better.”

May 2022 - Susan!

Dog Walking & Shelter Clinic Support Volunteer Volunteer for 1 year Susan started as a Dog Walking Volunteer last June and most recently added on helping in our veterinary clinic. We greatly appreciate all her hard work and so do all of the animals! When asked what advice she’d give to new volunteers, Susan stated, “Anyone who is just joining should try to learn as much as they can about the operations to truly understand all the great work being done."

Thank you Jan, Josie and Susan for all the love and care you continuously show to our community and the animals in our care!

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Supporter Spotlight There’s No Place Like Home… This year's Tuxes & Tails theme was There's No Place Like Home. To complement the theme and help raise critical funds for our animals, generous donors such as Stanford Carr Development, D.R. Horton, Gentry Homes and Castle and Cooke built custom dog and cat homes to place up for bid during the event's silent auction. A charitable donor purchased a custom dog home built by the D.R. Horton team and anonymously donated it to Hale Mauliola transitional shelter, which welcomes homeless pet owners. You can see how happy the donation made the new homeowner! Mahalo to the creative minds and generosity of our builders and to our anonymous donor for their winning bid and paying it forward to our friends at Hale Mauliola!

Ginny Tiu goes the extra mile to help our island’s pets! Long-time supporter and animal lover Ginny Tiu has continued to show her passion for animal welfare. At this year's Tuxes & Tails: There's No Place Like Home gala and fundraiser at The Royal Hawaiian on April 9, 2022, Ginny surprised her fellow attendees by announcing a $50,000 match that was generously met and exceeded by guests of the gala event! Thank you, Ginny and our Tuxes & Tails event attendees, for your support!

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There’s No Place Like Home: Tuxes & Tails 2022! We returned to the Royal Hawaiian Hotel to host our annual fundraising gala in person for the first time since 2019. Themed There’s No Place Like Home, this year's Tuxes & Tails featured an exciting silent and live auction, elegant dinner and special 10-minute Tails of Hope program. Mahalo to our event chairs, Stanford and Kathy Carr, for helping to create such a memorable and successful evening for our organization. Thanks to generous supporters, event attendees and community members who donated to the Tails of Hope special, we were able to raise over $1,000,000 to support our mission! If you weren’t able to catch the Tails of Hope special, you can still watch the full 30-minute segment online on Hawaii News Now by scanning this QR Code!

Table Sales Chair Ginny Tiu Auction Co-Chairs Shelley Cramer Mi Kosasa Committee Members Eric Ako, DVM Gina Woo Anonuevo Bob Bean Dolores Bediones Leslie Campaniano Nina Naka’ahiki Matthew Grauso Jason Ito Chris Johnson Robi Kahakalau Glen Kaneshige




Hawaiian Humane Society A special thank you to the below who generously supported Tuxes & Tails

Big mahalos to our 2022 Tuxes & Tails committee who helped make this year’s event so successful! Event Co-Chairs Stanford & Kathy Carr


Patty Kort Nathaniel Lam, DVM, DACVS Howard Lee Gabe Lee Larson Leu Richie Miao Stacy Nakano Madeleine Noa Zach Pang Steven Prieto Larry Rodriguez Andrew Rosen Lei Rowan Kalene Sakamoto Liz Schwartz Juli Shaindlin Zang Toi Tammy Uy Ellie Ventula-Honda Manaola Yap Jordan Segundo and Casey Fortuno pack the dance floor with lively musical entertainment. Photo by David Livingston

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Video Production & Entertainers IMF Visions Vernon Sakata Nancy Bernal Jordan Segundo Casey Fortuno Nueva Vida Donors JN Group The Honorable Linda Lingle Royal Contracting HEMIC

James Campbell Company Stanford Carr Stephen Metter Becki Ward Glen Kaneshige Gina Woo Anonuevo MW Group, Ltd. RMA Architects, Inc. Goodfellow Bros. The Plaza at Kaneohe Waialae Self Storage Partners, LLC JJS Construction, Inc.

Mahalo to our ‘ohana of sponsors for their continued support of Tuxes & Tails.

There’s No Place Like Home Saks Fifth Avenue Stanford & Kathy Carr/ Clyde & Holly Kaneshiro

The Wizard of Paws

ALTRES Foundation Bob & Frances Bean Charlie Bean First Hawaiian Bank Ginny Tiu, In Loving Memory of William & Patricia Tiu Ruby & Angel Armstrong Thomas & Mi Kosasa

Toto’s Friends

Allied Builders Systems Jan Bellinger Central Pacific Bank Foundation Dr. Eric & Lori Ako, Sweetpea, Echo, and Potato/Melissa Pavlicek Elizabeth Rice Grossman Hawaii State Federal Credit Union Hawaii Pacific Health Martin Rabbett Lynn and Bruce Gibson Family Foundation Princess Lally Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospitals

Raise the Woof

Alika & Tanya Mau • Aloha Dog Amano McGann/CVPS • Bank of Hawaii C. Scott & Nancy Wo • City Mill Diamond Head Seafood Dr. Nathaniel Lam in Honor of “Cali” Dr. Whitney & Mrs Harvalee Limm Eddie & Carole Kai Onouye/Dr. Errol & Andy Yim Elite Parking/Business Insurance Services Enterprise Rent-A-Car EY • Friend of Hawaiian Humane Society Gabe, Shirley, & Kelly Ann Lee Family Foundation/ American Savings Bank Ginny Tiu • Ginny’s Angels Governor Ben & Vicky Cayetano Hawaiian Dredging Construction Company, Inc. Hill’s Pet Nutrition • Hunt Companies/Bernie Bays Island Insurance Company, Ltd. & Atlas Insurance Agency, Inc. John & Tina Doty and Jeff & Karen Deer Lifeline Fire & Security, Inc. • Mark & Joanie Teruya Merrill Lynch-Meade Group Morrie Stoebner/Honda Windward Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ushijima Nick Dreher & Koren Dreher/ Rick Zwern & Karen Huffman N&K CPAs, Inc. Rainee Barkhorn Charitable/Jack & May Tyrrell R.M. Towell Steven and Marilyn Katzman Philanthropic Fund Tim & Jeanne Brauer The Wilhelm Group/Pacific Asian Design Group Tulip Tiu • UHA Health Insurance

Anna Neubauer and Ginny Tiu pose for a photo with event co-chairs Stanford and Kathy Carr. Photo by David Livingston

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There's No Place Like Home: Tuxes & Tails 2022 was a night we won't soon forget!

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Volunteer “Classifieds” We love our volunteers at Hawaiian Humane and they help us care for our animals in a multitude of ways! We are currently searching for additional volunteers for the below positions! Visit to learn more. Foster Care Our Foster Care Volunteers help animals in need of temporary tender, loving care. Shelter animals in need of care may be too young, underweight, ill, injured, recovering from surgery or require more socialization before being ready for adoption. We are especially in need of kitten fosters!

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Dog Walking Dog Walking Volunteers provide daily exercise and enrichment for adult dogs by taking them on walks. Independent volunteers must be 18 years of age or older. Adult/Youth teams allowed; must be at least 8 years of age. Administrative Assistant Administrative Assistant Volunteers support various administrative departments, such as Finance, Development, Special Events and Volunteer Services with administrative projects and regular tasks. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older and be able to work independently.

GIFTS OF LOVE We gratefully acknowledge donors who have given $100 or more from February 1, 2022 – April 30, 2022.

Helen Kinau Wilder Legacy

Patricia C. Hiu Hee Alexander Gaston Revocable Trust Elizabeth Flora Deinert Trust Elma F. Taylor Fund Frank F. & Katharine L. Woodford Trust Jack and Marie Lord Fund Leonilda Kekuewa Chang Fund Madelyn Ross Fund Mary and Paul Wagner Charitable Fund Susan Mahn Fund Thomas & Katherine Keller Trust Fund


Ellen M. Koenig Memorial Fund Elsie Mitsue Inouye Fund Wilfred Shigeru "Byrd" Inouye Designated Fund

Pack Leaders $10,000 +

Bob & Kelly Armstrong Steven & Nan Baker Bob & Frances Bean Jan C. Bellinger Graham Burns & Erika Sox Governor Ben & Vicky Cayetano Elizabeth Rice Grossman Clyde & Holly Kaneshiro Marilyn & Steve Katzman Thomas & Mi Kosasa Jim & Lynn Lally Nathaniel K. Lam, D.V.M., D.A.C.V.S. Clifford & Adrienne Lau Creighton & Linda Lee Dr. Whitney & Mrs. Harvalee Limm Alika & Tanya Mau Steve E. Okino Martin Rabbett & Mark Webb Mike Regan Mark & Joan Teruya Ginny Tiu Ruth & Art Ushijima Jerry T. Wu Allied Builders System Bank of Hawaii Employee Giving Campaign Central Pacific Bank Hawaii Pacific Health Hawaiian Dredging & Const. Co. Hill's Pet Nutrition Lifeline Fire & Security Inc. Lynn & Bruce Gibson Foundation N & K CPA's R. M. Towill Corporation Rainee Barkhorn Charitable Foundation/Jack & May Tyrrell Stanford Carr Development Stoebner Family Charitable Foundation Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital

Animal Champions $5,000 +

Dr. Eric & Lori Ako A. Bernard Bays Tim & Jeanne Brauer David T. Brown Frank Clark John & Christina Doty Valerie Joyce Hong Paul & Lisa Kosasa Gabe & Shirley Lee Mariette Lowe Andrew & Kerri Meade Eddie Onouye & Carole Kai Onouye Lawrence & Patricia Rodriguez Shelley Wilson American Savings Bank Atlas Insurance Agency, Ltd. Business Insurance Services, Inc. Elite Parking Services Hawaii Ironworkers Stabilization Fund Hunt Development Group, LP Island Insurance Foundation James Campbell Company, LLC JJS Construction, Inc. PayPal Giving Fund Royal Contracting Co., Ltd.

Animal Heroes $2,500 +

Todd Bedford Albert & Dolores Bediones Laurie S. Foster Gary & Jennifer Herald George Hutchinson Ann Matsunami & Edward Morris Stephen & Susan Metter AmazonSmile Foundation Enterprise Rent-A-Car Locations Foundation Moncler USA Inc.

Best Friends $1,000 +

Anonymous (3) Gina W. Anonuevo Daniel Arita Violeta Arnobit Viola B. Baptista Ruth Bolan Kathy Bow Linda Chow & Julie Padron Guy Churchill William Coleman & Chris Frendreis Jeffrey R. Cruise Peter Dames Peter G. Drewliner Tochiho K. Enomoto Frank J. Ethridge Ken & Linda Fong Ernest H. Fukeda, Jr. Dede & Barron Guss Margarete Hester Jeffrey & Kathleen Hutter

Deborah & Robert Isler Patsy K. N. Kalawaia Henry Kapono & Lezlee Ka'aihue Marjorie Kashiwada Duane & Susan Kurisu Matthew Kussman Worldster & Patricia Lee Amy Meng & Klaus Manderscheid Reiko & Milton Matsuda Bruce & Cyndee Mirante Alison Nagamine Marjorie S. Norstrom William & Hope Oliver Dwight & Trese Otani Dr. James & Cherye Pierce Steven Prieto & Richard Kennedy Mark Recktenwald & Gailynn Williamson Martin & Jeanette Rinehart Brian Sanchez Susan H. Shishido Antonio K. Tan, M.D. & Elisea N. Singson, M.D. Douglas Spencer Joyce Tomonari Nancy & Gerhart Walch Jennifer Taylor & Paul White Dr. & Mrs. Errol Y.W. Yim Glenn & Kathleen Yoshinaga Crazy Shirts Goodfellow Bros., LLC Hawaii Employers' Mutual Insurance Company, Inc. Insynergy Engineering, Inc. Merck Animal Health MW Group, Ltd. Plaza at Kaneohe, LP Recovery Law Center Surf Line Hawaii Waialae Self Storage Partners, LLC Wilson Okamoto Corporation

Devoted Companions $500 +

Anonymous (2) Malia Amaral Wayne & Helene Arakaki Ray D. Ballungay Evamarie Belardo Cydonie Cabael & Roman Apana June & Shannon Ching Edith Choy Steven Choy Erin Claggett Mr. & Mrs. Steve Colon Caron Davis Jeffrey & Karen Deer Jasmina Dobinchick Charles & Maybelle Duncan Doris & Bruce Forbes John & Teri Fritz Gordon & Mary Hammond Tomie T. Hirano Lana Hodges Timothy & Sarah Howell Daryl Kami

Joan F. Kaneshiro Christopher Kasperowicz Susan & Paul King Janet Klingensmith Laraine & Chester Koga Patty & Roger Kort Barbara Krieg Sharon A. Matsunaga James McKown Jennifer Meehan Ann H. Michaud Nandini Mudeliar Grant Nakashima Stanley Kiyoshi Nakasone Megumi Nekotani Anna Neubauer & Eldred Bristol Steven & Dagmar Oato Lori Pacarro Jana Park John & Linda Puu Cheryl Robello Kaloa Robinson Jandi E. Saito Vicky E. Stewart James & Linda Stragand Carol & Herbert Takahashi Lisa H. Uyesato Linda G. Warrick Mike Nevin & Robyn Wong Derrick Yamane Elizabeth A. Zeone Ben Bridge PetCareNow, Inc.

Guardian Angels $100 +

Anonymous (4) Randall & Brenda Abe Peggy Ann Abella Ryan Abella Milton J. Ackerman Robert Adams John Aeto Russell Ahana Dale & Katherine Aina David D. Aiu, Jr. Sokichi & Sharon Akana Boyd Akase Gwen A. Akimoto Leroy & Carol Akimoto Lorinda & Clyde Akita Linda K.L. Akiyama Ada Alamani Steven & Lea Albert Reynold & Laverne Alexander Lilah & Edmund Amoy Elizabeth Y. Amuro Michael & Hwa Ja Anahori Judith Anderson Roy & Arlene Ando Jordan Anonuevo Janel G. Antoine-Jones Carolyn & Nathan Aoyagi Marc & Florence Aoyama Jo-Ann H. Arakaki May Arakaki & Richard Rita

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Cosmo & Ann Arakawa Patricia M. Arakawa Sandra H. Arashiro Stephen & Susan Arbuthnot Howard & Lynn Arimoto Stacy & Timothy Armstrong Jayne Asakura & Glenn Muramoto Remedios Aspril & Conrad Catenacci Manami Ato Alexandra B. Au Hiram & Jane Au Frederick & Julienne Aulwes Jane Austgen Michael & June Awai Sidney & Gloria Ayabe Jay & Stephanie Azama Michael & Lillian Babcock Toni U. Bactad Elizabeth & Cordell Bailey Nicole S. Bailey Allan & Frances Bailon Angela Ballard Maureen & Robert Ballard Susan M. Ballard Patricia A. Banning James & Margaret Barbazon Kenneth J. Barclay Earlene Barnes-Anderson & David Anderson Joanna L. Barroga Steven Barta Tammy & Christopher Bayer Gaye K. Beamer Shannon Bell Dave Bello Steve & Kathy Berg Lani & James Bergstrom Ronald S. Biho Vickie M. Bisho Karin M. Bjorkman Darlene Blakeney The Honorable Rick Blangiardi, Mayor Anthony & Elizabeth Borge Rey Borges Hope Bosque Gillian Boss Tiffany Bradley

James Bragaw Laila H. Braxenholm William & Hiroko Bridges Michael & Debra Bringman Rodrigo Bristol & Zita Cruz-Bristol James A. Brock, D.V.M. Gretchen C. Broderson Frances H. Brown, Ph.D. & Philip White Sylvia & Blake Brown James & Dawne Browne Iris & William Bulmer Robert & Frances Bunn Ronald R. Bunn John Burback & Norma Pang John & Carol Burke Macklin N. Burnham Ronald & Willette Bush Karin & Bari Buzzard Jeffrey & Lynn Cabebe Teresa M. Calabrese Anastacia & Baltazar Calixterio Janis A. Calton Christopher & Denise Camara Charlotte Cambra Richard & Mahealani Campbell Stephen & Ruth Canham Beverly & Charles Cardinal Gary & Sharon Cargo Ignacio M. Cariaga Edward & Elaine Carlson Thomas R. Carpenter Paula S. Carroll Kasey Carter, D.V.M. Stephen & Mary Carvalho Alfred & Sharlene Castillo Angelo Castro Sonya Y. Catiggay Joy Cauble Catherine Caudle Marissa Cayetano Ross & John Ross Rowena Cerretti & John Kerr Tom & Byrde Cestare Carolyn M. L. Chang Elizabeth & Myron Chang Kathryn L. Chang Warren Chang & Ruth Foster-Chang Yung-Yu L. Chang Mimi A. Charette

Wieland C. Chee Wilbert & Queenie Chee Maria Chen Nancy & Shun-Lin Chen Norman Cheng Po Shu & Doris Cheng Sandy P. Chikasuye Freeman & Winona Chin Valerie & Takao Chinen Clarice K. Ching Cyrus & Masumi Ching Han & Meredith Ching Mike & Joyce Ching Patricia J. Ching Stanley Ching & Jocelyn Nakashima Willis & Beverlyn Ching Justin Chock Marty & Wallace Chock Judy & Peter Choo Ying Wai Chui & Lin Du Quach Debra C. Chun Michael & Evelyn Chun Paulette H. Chun Sandra H.S. Chun Kelley Chun Fat Annie & Les Chung Tennelle M. H. Clark Marlene Cofield T.H. Collins Marika Constantaras Stuart Copp & Raenell Bergantz Mark & Cynthia Coronel Kris & Catherine Courtney Tony & Wendy Crabb Rachel Cristobal Douglas A. Crosier Susan L. Cuizon Charles & Deborah Cullison Thomas & Shirlee Cunningham Diana Davids Wendell Davis Karen Degner Donald & Brenda Deryke Leslie D. Detor Charles & Winona Diamond John Dixon & Frances Smithwaite Diane Dizon Ronald Dobashi Clyde & Winifred Doi

Kathleen D. Domen Michelle & Floyd Domingo Shawn Donlin Sharon Ducosin Marilee E. Duffy Jim & Shawn Dunn Samuel & Kathy Dunn Ken Dutro Claire D. Duvauchelle Jon & Mary Lou Earll Kathleen A. Ebey Lynn & Taima Elaydo Jim Elsea Johannah Eltink-Schaake & William Schaake Carrolyn H. Emoto Herbert K. Endo Matthew & Louise Engstrom Lester & Patricia Enomoto Richard & Nancy Erickson Eleanor Fahrenwald Brandt G. Farias Mark Favrow & Nancy Brouillet Katerina Fereti Charles Fern Everett V. Fernandez Lynette L. Fernandez-Pao Christopher J. Ferry Jane S. Festerling Pamela K. Figueiroa Paula Fitzell John & Anne Flanigan Clara & Eric Flower Helen D. Fong Janet Frederickson Susan Jean Freitas Mary Jo Freshley Denise Frey Layton Fujii Hazel K. Fujimoto Wayne T. Fujimoto Jill & Ellen Fujino Gary & Ruriko Fujisawa Holly Fujishige Dean & Donna Fujita David H. Fukuda Jon & Susan Fukuda Jennie & Dean Fukumoto Arlene S. Fukunaga

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Acknowledgment of gifts from February 1, 2022 – April 30, 2022. Dennis & Annette Fukunaga Ann Fukushima Jeffrey & Shirley Fukushima Denise Furuya Vicki & Vince Galam Mara & Alexander Gaspar Ron Gatlin Beau & Marjorie Gaza Dollcy Gebauer Nicholas Gee Billy George Francis & Jayne George Mario Giannella Patrice M. Gionson Francis A. Goffredo Ray & Becci Goin Sam Goin Fumi Goings Donna Gonzales J. Stephen & Barbara Goodman Louise F. Goodspeed Peggy & Bob Gordon Eleanor Y. Goto Tracey & Clifford Goto Sandy S. Gottesman Bonnie Gouveia & Frederick Bail Richard & Nani Gowans Robert & Carol Ann Graham Pamela J. Grant Barry & Dianna Graves Harvey & Rae Green Rose L. Greenwell Sherie & James Gusukuma Stacy Hadano Diane & James Hall Guy & Joyce Hamada Linda M. Hamada Sybil & David Hamada Keith & Janice Hamamoto Laurie H. Hamano Wesley & Jill Hamasaki Bob & Kay Hampton Michael Han Masao & Patsy Hanaoka David & Gay Hanawahine Shelby M. Hankee Steven & Sherry Hansel Amy & Donald Harada Ryan & Susan Harada Scott & Sue Haraguchi John Zabriskie & Leslie Harakawa Jack B. Harmon James & Patricia Harwood Tomoko & Mason Hasegawa Harold & Yvonne Hashizume Irene E. Hatakenaka Joy S. Hatakeyama Adele & Nelson Hatanaka Derek & Ann Hataoka Curtis J. Hawkins Sidney & Marsha Hayakawa Clifford Hayashi Howard T. Hayashi Linda E. Hayashi Seizo Hayashi Alan & Laurie Hayashida Norman & Edlyn Hayashida Chevron & Denny Heather Audrey T. Hedani Mary Jane Heilbron Ronald Heim William T. Henne Susan & Arthur Henry

David M. Higa Charlaine T. Higashi Donna A. Higashi Larry & Anne Higashi Conrad & Lindee Higashionna Stephen & Terrie Higuchi Sybil Higuchi Rik & Lynn Hirano Iris & Y. Bart Hirashima Harriet & Tatsuji Hirata Ian Hirokawa & Minette Ferrer Kay & Kelly Hironaka Ann Hisanaga Jade Hobgood Carol J. Holverson Gail S. Horimoto Brian & Carole Horiuchi Stella & Yutaka Hotta Lorna J. G. Hu Karen Huffman Francis & Serena Humay Richard Hunter Penelope & Melvin Hurst Calvin & Mildred Ichinose Eugene M. Ichiyama Kyle M. Ida Joanne & Thomas Imada Amy Imaguchi Lynn M. Inafuku Wayne & Janet Inagaki Helen T. Inazaki Theodore & Liane Ing Juliane & Wesley Inouye Maryanne S. Inouye Roy & Amy Inouye Russell & Cindy Inouye Donna K. Isara Renee Iseke Neil & Brenda Iseri Clifford & Lorraine Ishii Sean Ishii Shari Ishikawa Denis & Ella Isono Alfred S. Itamoto Jason & Lisa Ito Linda M. Iverson Steve & Nancy Iwamoto Robert & Hui Kyong Iwasaki Mike Iwashita Elsie K. Iwatani Dana K. Izumi Barbara & James Jackson Peggy Jackson Judith S. Jakobovits Russell & Joanne Jeremiah Dora S. Johnson Dr. Gary & Melanie Johnson Norman Johnson Annakaarina Jolkkonen David & Chiyono Jones Helen A. Josie Josypenko Brian Joy & Bonnie Cooper Eric & Judy Kagawa Wanda & Alden Kajioka Edwin F. Kajiwara Glenn & Gail Kakuda Elaine K. Kam Robert Kam Wendell W.S. Kam Sally Ann K. Kamae Preston & Cynthia Kamikawa Thomas B. Kamikawa Diana Y. Kamiyama

Yoneko Z. Kanaoka Kel & Judy Kanbe Dr. Jared & Terri Kanemaru Keith & Velma Kaneshige Alyssa & Andres Kaopio-Lopez Clifford S. Karimoto Kalika Kastein Alan & Lori Kato Leatrice Y. Kato Russell Kato Dagmar L. Kau Visitacion C. Kawakami Wayne Kawamura Michael Kawano John Kaya Jonathan & Goldie Kea Al & Carol Keahi Denise & Joseph Keala Richard N. Keawe Dr. Linde Keil Jim & Nora Keller Estelle Kelley Stephanie L. Kendrick George & Joan Kent Curtis & Lucille Kern Traci Khan Derrick & Lynn Kida Diane D. Kiefer Heather Kihara Anna Kim Florence H. Kim Sandra E. Kim Gary & Ginny Kimata Eric S. Kira Lianne & Ian Kitajima Jane T. Kitazaki Lisa Ann & Brian Kiuchi Glenn & Doreen Kiyabu Estelle M. Kiyama Derek & Evelyn Kiyota Sandra & Douglas Klein Steve & Deb Knight Marilyn M. Kobata Keith Ogasawara & Jan Kobayashi Clifford M. Kodama Lisa & Ben Kodama Diane Kodis Kent & Nancy Koike Karen Y.W. Komatsu Roy, Marian & Robin Komoto Annette Y.C. Kong Gail & Brandan Kop Blanche L. Kort Dennis & Hope Koyama Evelyn & Glen Koyama Suzette & Bruce Koyanagi Cindy N. Krantz Christine A. Kubota Sharon Kuchenbecker E. Takeo & Barbara Kudo Sharon Kugisaki Barry & Wanda Kugiya Alton & Susan Kuioka Melvin & Karen Kuraoka Linda & Warren Kurata Amy & Roy Kurihara Harold I. & Joan M. Kurihara Alvin & Kay Kurio Rodney Kurita Evelyn Kurogi Yvonne Y. Kuwaye Gregory & Marcella Kuwazaki Gerald W.G. Kwock

Christopher & Abigail Kyea Thomas & Maria Lally Larry & Melissa Lamerson Rachel A. Lange Len & Terri Lantych Geoffrey & May Lau David & Patrina Lavarias Arnest & Dwight Leandro Carole K. Learnard Terese A. Leber Ann E. Lee Howard Lee Juliet & Michael Lee Kyle Lee Linda K. Lee Marina A. Lee Mildred T. Lee Summer K. Chun Lee Tommy & Lori Lee Agnes W. Leong Don & Elaine Leong Terryl Leong Mahealani & Mapuana Lew Richard & Rosann Lewis Deborah Libby Mark Liberman Timothy J. Lien Robert & Maria Lillis Yoshie Lillmars Delores A. Lim Melvin & Barbara Jean Lindsey Alan & Patricia Ling Andrew & Shoko Livingston Lisa Ann L. Loo Naomi C. Losch Thomas A. Loudat Robert Louis Stuart J. Lowe Raymond D. Lowman David McCaffrey & Deborah Luckett Marjorie Y. Lui Theresa & Layne Luke Dallas & Marlene Lum Jennifer Lum Charles Lunson Louis Luo Timothy & April Luria Violet R. Luuwai Lacy Lynn Reta Maag Kurtis & Susan Mabe Leslie E. MacDonald Dale & Victoria Machado Barbara Mackintire Mary & Michael Macmillan Benedict & Gail Madriaga Susan M. Maeda Sheila N. Maedo Sylvia Y. Malilay Alexander & Clarita Malinao Robin & Daniel Marcom Thomas & Donna Mark Jeanne Y. Marn George & Joan Masaki Suzanne Y.H. Masatani Charlyn H. Masini Richard & Lynnette Masuda Sharon Y. Masuda Vernon Masuda Andrew T. Matayoshi Matthew & Ellen Matoi Kevin Matsubara Michael Matsuda

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Kylie T. Matsuda-Lum Harriet & Ivan Matsumoto Winifred M. Matsumoto Raymond & Jane Matsuo Roy & Joyce Matsuo Henry & Judyann Matsuoka Ruriko Matsuoka Dennis K. Matsuura Mack M. Matsuura Domingo Matute Patti McElaney Bruce McEwan & Lillian Cunningham Patricia J. McHenry Anne W. McKay Mark McKellar Hugh G. McKenzie, Jr. Rachael S. McMahon Vera E. Medina Ann K. Mee Keith & Sandra Menchavez Klaus Manderscheid & Amy Meng Glenn & Gayle Mifune Mark Mikasa Brook & Diana Miller Ellen & Robert Miller Markham Miller & Sophie Saito Michael Miller & Sharon Shimono Joanna & Esau Milo Marvis Minami & Tony Ganeko Melvyn & Shirley Minami Edwin & Ellen Mito Kara L. Mitsunaga Harry & Ethel Miyachi David T. Miyamoto George Miyamoto & Jacqueline Ferguson-Miyamoto Lois E. Miyamoto Michael & Mona Miyamura Julie Miyatake Roy & Audrey Mizushima

Walter M. Mizushima Charles T. Mizuta Christopher & Suk Cha Mohr Yolanda M. Mondo Norman Moore Patricia A.L. Moore Willson C. Moore, Jr. & Sally C. Moore Kiyoko & Maki Morimoto Harry & Michelle Morris Steven Morris & Renee Ramsey Sharon Moscovic Phillip B. Mowrey Evelyn S. Mueller Richard & Duk Hee Murabayashi Stanley & Judith Murai Ronald & Nancy Murakami Claire & Michael Muranaka Gerald & Lillian Muranaka Wayne Muraoka Wayne M. Muromoto Dorothy A. Myrdal Herbert & Ethel Nada Cary Nagano Eric Nagao & Lauren Yee Dean & Gayle Nagasaki Euphemia E. Nagashima Stephanie E. Nagata Jeanne N. Nagatani Lisa Naimer Chas Nakaahiki Gail A. Nakada Arthur & Irene Nakagawa Carolyn D. Nakagawa Karen S. Nakagawa David & Lynette Nakama Shelly Nakamura Kay K. Nakano Ronald & Stephen Nakano Stanley & Setsuko Nakasone Shannon & Pamela Nakata

Walter & Gail Nakata David & Marlan Nashiwa Amy & John Naylor Jemal & Atsuko Ned Beverly E. Neese Patricia & Travis Nekota Don M. Neubauer James & Shirley Newman Leilani L. Ng Mylinh T. Nguyen James Carlton Nichol, Jr. Claudia L. Nihei Yu & Chun Ning Ethel Y. Nishida Teri Nishida Allan M. Nishihara Marleen Nishimiya Kay F. Nishimoto Wallace & Jana Nitta Barbara K. Norton Edwin H. Nose Craig H. Noyama Naomi & R.T. Numazu Ratna Nuti Gary & Kelly Oba Jon & Kathleen Ochikubo Terri O'Connell Cyrus & Janace Oda Diane & Chris Odo Thomas Oguro Geraldine A. Ohara Ann A. Ohata Charlotte & Milton Ohira Dennis & Naomi Ohta David & Kellyn Okabe Karen & Karl Okamoto Neal & Amy Okamoto Richard & Linda Okamura Jamie J. Okazaki Lori Okazaki Judy M. Okimoto

Kristi Okimoto Agnes R. Okino Kenneth & Janice Okumura Dale & Gary Oliva Victoria Olsen Tracey & Bill Olson Michael O'Malley Gary M. Omori Velma H. Omura Kathleen Oneha Ernest & Eufimia Ongoy Jessica J. Onishi & Judy S. Jones Powell & Jeanette Onishi Ann K. Ono Warren & Karen Ono Alvin & Doreen Orita Toshie Osborn Gerrit & Gayle Osborne Timothy J. Oshima Georgiana S. Oshio Clement & Beatrice Oshiro Roy & Darlene Oshiro Gary Osterman & Leonette Stewart Sanford T. Ota Sheila B. Ouchi Bonnie Ozaki & Van James Yukio Ozaki Solomon & Leonora Pa Liane Paakaula Daniel J. Pacheco, Jr. Suzette M.C. Padrick Pualani Paiaina Edward R. Pang Chew Benjamin Panis Kelly D. Parks & Maureen A. Kelley-Parks Andrew & Rosanna Partika Arsenio Pascua Robert & Dawn Pascua Wayne & Lanette Pascua Donald J. Patten

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Acknowledgment of gifts from February 1, 2022 – April 30, 2022. Melissa Pavlicek & Stephen Teves Eric A. Perez Keri & Wendell Perry Kirtland Peterson Julie Pfieffer Erica Pham-Lieu E. Alan Phillips & Audrey Buyrn Ross Allen Phillips Helen Y. Pierce Lynette M. Pimenta Gayle L. Pingree Randy K. Pisani Mary Ann Plahy-Walker Aaron Y. Poentis Alvin G. Potts Hiroko K. Powers Jason & Pamela Princenthal Michael Profetto Cynthia Quisenberry James & Cindy Ralar Robert T. Reeves Ute Regan Peggy S. Regentine Anne & Chuck Reid Lois M. Resler Cary Reynolds Ryon H. Rickard Billie Jean Ries Tricia J. Rigney Patrick & Lavern Roberts Margaret C. Robideau Llewella Rogers Jean E. Rolles Abigail Rose Corey & Li-Hsiang Rosenlee Linda J. Rowan Cory Rowe The Rowland Family Gieselle Ruiz Donna & Robert Ryan Eugene & M.H. Sakae Kalene Sakamoto Karl Sakamoto Randolph & Stephanie Sakauye Helen T. Sako Kathleen T. Sako Colleen Sakuma Audrey L. Salvador Sharon L. Samson Patricia A. Santos Patrick A. Santos Cecelia M. Sasaki Richard & Marvela Satake Eugene & Colleen Sathre Eugene Savio Mariko & Koyo Sawada Sharon Sawamoto Ernest & Vicky Saxton Mike Sayama Laurel Schatz Linda K. Schmitt John & Sylvia Schneck Andrea Schneider Winton & Sandra Schoneman James & Nancy Schoocraft Paul S. Schultz Alvin & Karen Scott Jacqueline Scott David & Sheila Seeholzer Daniel T. Segawa Justin & Faith Seguirant Mary & Ronald Seiple Al & Connie Serafin

Claire S. Sespene Danielle & Geovani Sevilla Kyle Shelly Stanley & Theresa Shibata Akimi Shigematsu Michael & May Shim Lorna S. Shima Richard & Geraldine Shimabukuro Toshiko Shimata Kendall K. Shimazu Mark & Bernadette Shimono Davis & Olinda Shindo Rodney & Sandy Shinkawa Gary & Sharon Shinn Stacey S. Shinsato Kristy & Kevin Shiraishi Reynold & Reyne Shiroma Vernon Shiroma Susan Sie Tiffany & Tucker Siegfried Frederic & Lori Sigler Ringo Ho Siu-Scowcroft Victoria & Timothy Slovak Donna, George & Emma Smawley Kimberly Smith Lori A. Smith Piilani Smith-Kozibroda Jack R. Smyth, Jr. Beverly J. Soares Catherine A. Sorensen Robert G. Speer Caroline P. Spencer Lisa K. Spencer Natalie A. Spencer Joyce & Hardy Spoehr Gary Sprinkle & Pamela Young-Sprinkle Piilani E. Staszkow Fraser Anna Steele Ann Stegmaier Betty J. Steljes Danielle Stephens Randall & Misako Steverson Mayumi Stiteler David & Mary Stock George & Maria Sally Stone Sandra Strauch Stephanie A. Strickland David & Tammy Stumbaugh Lisa & Robert Sue Susan Sugai Paul & Ann Sugibayashi Gregory & Peggy Sugimoto Barbara A. Sullivan Ken & Rene Sumida Lori Ann & Jay Sunakoda Dawn Suyenaga Randal & Joyce Suzuki Milton & Sharon Taba Leroy & Marcia Taira Lornna & Chris Takahashi Ted T. Takahashi Tod A. Takahashi Theodore & Sarah Takai Janet F. Takamoto Dayle Takaoka Francis M. Takara Roy & Donna Lee Takara Dwayne Takeno Sachiko Taketa Randy, Eliza & EJ Talavera David & Katherine Tallman Gregory & Lynn Tam

Gary & Myra Tamanaha Nelson & Gail Tamashiro Sean Tamashiro Terrence A. Tamashiro Clifford & Catherine Tamura Cari Tanabe Carolyn S. Tanabe Nika P. Tanabe Sherolyn & Timothy Tanabe Alan & Joni Tanaka Sandra S. Tanaka Glenn T. Tango Tanya Tano Ross Tanoue & Joyce Nakamura-Tanoue Arleen & Charles Tarnay Laura Tarter Gary & Annette Tashiro Ronald & Angie Tateishi Roel & Susan Tavita Ruth N. Tawarahara Lloyd & Constance Teixeira Sheri Teruya Asako & Alfred Teves Charlie Teves Monica & Carrielee Texeira Nana Thain Ellen L. Thorson Mary & James Thrash Ms. Karen M. Thurston Ivy & Ronald Timpe Howard & Vivian Todo Charleen & Ted Tokunaga Charlotte & Cary Tokunaga Laverne K. Tokunaga-Tarumoto Juanita Y.M. Tom Marlene Tom Jean & Glenn Toma Dexter Akamine & Valerie Tom-Akamine Linda & Steven Tomei Burton & Carol Tomita Shirl & Eric Torngren Leigh Ann Bruce & Suzuko Tsuchida Janis Tsuhako Thomas H. Tsuhako Lance & Cheryl Tsutsuse Sheila F. Uehara Kenneth T. Uemura Thomas & Hazel Uemura Linda & Darryl Uezu Roy H. Umeda Barbara Underriner Chuck & Iris Uyeda Franklin & Harriet Uyeda Craig S. Uyehara Machiko & Kenneth Uyehara Rosanne Uyehara Marion Valle Melanie Van Der Tuin Robert & Michelle Van Tassell Dr. Lothar & Cheryl Varady Michele Velasco Carl & Paula Vetter Martha C. Vetter Wendy Viellenave Roman & Margit Von Schafnitzel F. David Wagner & Georgette Canon Akiko & Daryl Wakatsuki June D. Wakayama Myra N. Wakuzawa Wes & Geri Wakuzawa

Jeffry & Claudia Wallace Chad & Christine Walton Marjorie Warren John S. Washburn Karin Washington Gerald & Connie Watanabe Roy H. Watanabe Connell J. Watkins Courtney Watkins Erik Webb Karl & Sheila Wensel Annette & Stephan Wheeler Robert Wheeler & Marcy Fleming Alan & Jennifer Whinery Ann M. White Iwalani D. White John A. White Gaylord & Carol Wilcox Gary & L.S. Wild Herbert Wildes James S. Williston Seaneen M. Wilson Clayton & Ginger Winger David & Arporn Winsko Judith Wolfe Danny & Lorrie Wong Howie Wong Linda Wright Wong Lynette & Eric Wong Michael & Annette Wong Naomi Wong Stella & Alvin Wong Virginia Y. Wong Lawrence & Nadine Woode John D. Worden Robert Wright George & Mary Ann Wyman Carol Jean Yakuma Miles & Miko Yamabe Lillian M. Yamada David M. Yamagata Ray & Elaine Yamaguchi Carol K. Yamamoto Dean & Lynn Yamamoto Judith L. Yamamoto Rodney & Frances Yamamoto Roger Yamamoto Ruthann & Gregg Yamanaka Ayumi Yamane Harvey & Carolyn Yamasaki Charlene M. Yamashiro Paul S. Yamauchi Stephanie Yanagida Albert T. Yap Ellen E. Yasumoto Roy & Andre Yee Elissa L. Yellin Mary Ann Mei-Wan Yip & Wing-Cheung Yip Margaret & Kevin Yogi Neal Yuda & Kathleen Yogi Paul & Vivian Yoichisako Paul Yonamine Michael T. Yoneshige Diane Mei Ling & Hiroshi Yorita Glenn & Carolyn Yoshimoto Kaulana Yoshimoto Keith & Marian Yoshimura Patsy & Yoshiharu Yoshimura Carolyn A. Yoshioka Glenn Yoshioka & C. Ann Whang-Yoshioka Pamela & Jon Yoshioka

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David & Lydia Yoshishige Harriet T. Yoshizaki Marvin & Deborah Yoshizumi Miki & Stanley Young Traci E. Young Irene & Vernon Yu Ann-louise Yuen Carlton Yuen Clayton & Elva Yuen Leona N. Yuen Carolin Zia Dee Anne H. Zobel Fung Associates Inc. Harbor Shores Apartment Hotel, Ltd. Snobby Cats Waikiki Elementary School Zephyr Insurance, Inc.

In Honor of People

Aaria Charlene L. Kahawaii Barb Tanya Johnson Barbara Tomishima Nancy R. Yamachi Betty Crisman Chutima V. Leider Bronwen L. Welch Margaret S. Walker Chris DeBone Donald & Carol Johnston Dave Mori Katherine Mori Dede Guss Cliff & Nancy Halevi Brigida Torres Dick Hoy Wong Kimberly L. Balisacan Dr. Kim Philip Berran Ginny Tiu Richard Smith & David Griggs Jack & May Tyrrell Hahaione Elementary School Exhibition Kyla Lozis Hawaiian Humane Society Field Services Team Brian Hart Hawaiian Humane Society Volunteers Bryant K. Yabui Jane Kazue Yamane Thomas & Jane Yamane Jean Phillips Marjorie L. Hatfield Jim & Juanita Wo Laura Lazzarini Jim & Martha Garnet Knopp

Lloyd & Susan Sako Allison Deliz Karen Lee Marcella & Gene Chang Mona M. Chang Vierra Patsy M. Izumo Meredith & Han Ching Ruth & Art Ushijima Michele Hope Velasco Dianne Boons Patrick Carmichael M. Compton Ned Kaplin Caren Singer Andrea Velasco Danica Yamasato & Matthew Stringer Mike Nagamine Eddie & Selene Mersereau Rick Lloyd Roy & Gloria King Shelly Cramer Bob & Frances Bean Shirleigh Clark Dale Burgett Sophia Jacobs Michael Schmalle Stanford Carr Ward Research, Inc. Susan & Lloyd Sako Mary Bello Taeyong Kim Fred & Susan Chun Teresa Fowler Elnora Winnik Yoshito Nishioka Kelley Puuohau Zale Hisashima Norine Hisashima

In Honor of Pets "all stray & abandoned animals - those who joined our family & those we hope find happy homes" John Higgins & Sagar Manchanda Annie Theodora & Chauncey Ching

Ginger Bobby R. Gordon

Etta Henry Au Hoy

Kona Colette Aoki

Gary Furutani Elizabeth Foley Raymond & Shirley Matsumoto Carol A. Takaki

Lily Kat Sandra A. Loo Lucky, Gizmo, Bozu, Puppy & Aki Gayle C. Nakama Lucy Doris M. Ladd Lucy, Roo, & Nala Christie & Joseph Yee Maggie Yong Ming Foo Maka Roland J. Fuchs Milo Rex Tajiri Miloh Cullen H. Benanua Ola, Riggs & Benjamin Victoria Olsen Petunia & Delta Alexandra Morrow Pippa Marianne Adkins Pono Helen A. Shigemura Poppy Marcus A. Bembenista Regal & Teddy Mizumoto Clyde & Victoria Mizumoto Suki Ricky Wong & Emy Yamauchi-Wong

In Memory of People Arnold Flemmings Ken Walker Barbara Jurkens Jill Jurkens Bernadette Foley Michael D. Foley Betty White John & Donna Manning Apple Inc.

Autumn Mike Lampman

Cathleen T. Ahn Harry & Beverly Jean Honda Marlene K. Nishimura

Binky Lois F. Ohta

Chieko Katamoto Peggy & Kevin Katamoto

Bogey Peter C. Pinkerton

Cindy Black Evelyn J. Black

Bonnie Paiva Lindsey Ilagan

Dorothy Hazlett Nick & Koren Dreher Mark A. Hazlett Cary S. Matsushige

Duchess, Bandit & Bear James & May Kobashigawa Gabby David & Mary Mbuthia

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Eloise Monsarrat Henry & Patricia McPhillips

Grace Kaneshiro Byron & Joy Sakamoto Jada Cheng Sara Strona Jean Caldwell Marchant Catherine M. Caldwell Jeffrey K. Watanabe Mark Watanabe Jesse Ikei John & Carolyn Thomas Joe Demarke Betty Demarke John P. Sosa Mimi Bornhorst Gaddis Joseph Serna Joshua Hicks Lee Medema Julie Schwartz Kiana Serna Jodie Tamaye Naomi Unabia Julie Yerkes June Alves Toni High Kenneth Sumimoto Estelle Sumimoto Kikuno Nagamine Jean C. Del Rosario Kurty Sonoda Beatrice Sonoda Mae Katahara First Insurance Company of Hawaii, Ltd. Marichu Scott & Anneliese Chun Iris V. Stepanic Mary T. Andre Katherine E. Andre Michael Denison Daniel Montgomery Michelle Cornish Paul Jacoby & Barbara Lynn Michiko Suzuki Glenn J. Suzuki Mohana Sundareswari Nauaran VA Pacific Islands Health Care System Mother of Louise Ohta Sharon T. Nakashima Pamela Burns Edward S. Kamei Pamela Chang Jaime Hanohano Perdita Dobinchick Jasmina Dobinchick Peter Brown Antoinette G. Brown

Acknowledgment of gifts from February 1, 2022 – April 30, 2022. Reid Krucky Dana Anderson Roy Kawakami Grace Kawakami Satoko Kumazaki Dung Glen & June Matsumoto Shiro Ueda Holly M. Santoki Teresa Chapman Hope Becky Chapman Klayman Terry Takemoto Diane E. Chinen Tim Guard Devon A. Guard Susan Sitar Verna Yamamoto Cy Yamamoto Virginia "Ginger" Jellings Anonymous Donor Herb & Judy Jewell Bank of Hawaii Foundation Wyatt Tanigawa Brett Tanigawa

In Memory of Pets

Cutie & Muffin Jann S.H. Tompkins Dede James & Renee Evans Duke James & Jeri Leong Duke I & Duke II Kenneth & Elaine Ockermann Ele Ele Curtis J. Hawkins Fluff Lester A. Iwamasa Flu-flu Jerry & Carol Nakagami Foxy & Scout Kari & Terence Block Fudge D. Hodge Lauren Hodge Gabriel Allen & Tammy Perry George Clooney Linda LeGrande Golden Retriever Mike Lampman

Kiyo Wendell & Janice Oumaye

Porter Victoria Olsen

Kody Naomi Kawabata

Princess, PT & Patty Miles & Reverie Suzuki

Kona & Rosi Carol K. Lau

Pugsley Famularcano Sheryll Famularcano

Kopa'a Heather Shannon

Pumpkin Jannet Lee Jayaram

Kuau, Koko & Tabby Henry Dela Cruz & Ursula Olds-Dela Cruz

Puna Chillingworth Ginny Tiu

Lucy Okoji Russell & Rachel Okoji Lulu Clifford Boro Lulu Lawrence & Patricia Rodriguez Maile Maeda Diane M. Maeda Maka Kerrigan D'Arcy Kerrigan Max & Jake Yeh Joanna Yeh

Gracie Gary & Jo Kanehiro

Momi, Boo, Jack, Minnie, Neko & Junior Brian & Jane Fukunaga

Aka Richard & Evelyn Cox

Hanako & Ebi-chan Shigeru & Kumiko Kaminaka

Moochie, Banshee & Whiskey Laurie C. Knych

Amber Patricia A.C. Muneno

Hapa Harold & Eveline Tasaka

Mooshu & Foxy Lauren Toribio

Anela Laurine & Melvyn Carino

Hello Dolly Suellen Agostinelli

Nala Young Michael & Jo Ann Young

Baylee Heirakuji EA, Inc.

Hoku J. Steven & Darlene McMullen

Beaches el Gato Gina Baurile

Hokulani, Coco Bear, & Bit Bit Norine Hisashima

Natori Cayetano Ronald Chandler & Kenneth Cayetano Robert & Ester Schumacher

Biscuit Kato Kacie Kato

Honey Girl Everett Y. Lo

Bolt-E Diane Tom

Joka Kathleen Igawa

Buddie Clayton & Kyong Suk Yoshida

Jordy Andrew & Andrea Choo

Nino Cayetano Ronald Chandler & Kenneth Cayetano Robert & Ester Schumacher Ginny Tiu

Buddy Diane Kuahine

Kale & Lady Laurie & Layton Okunami

Olivia & Nora David & Mary Mbuthia

Chaz Charlaine T. Higashi

Katmandu Shar Hashimoto

Penelapea Blythe Goya

Chibi & Yuki Wallace & Carolyn Towata

Kea & Jigs Chris & Win Kitaoka

Peter Brown's pets Antoinette G. Brown

Cookie Gregory & Monette Gilding

Keola Darrell Kikuchi

Pico Michael & Hie Feighny

Cooper G. Anonymous Donor

Kiwi Lisa Koppenhaver

Ponce Family Pets Gilbert Ponce

Nikki, Petey, Kasey & Kimmie Allan & Hilda Kitagawa

Remington Suzuki Brian & Carolyn Suzuki Rocket Dalton & Joanne Hirata Rocky Trisha Shimabuku-Fish Roger, Lucky, Zack & Spencer Mona R. Kushimaejo Rudy Dyke Kyung Soon Dyke Rusty Linda F. Miyashiro Sassy Wada Aileen Wada Scruffy Foster Wolf & Diane Reitsperger Shaggy & Tashi Doris M. Ladd Smokey & Sachi Candace A. Konjevic Sneakers Kathy Fay Snoopy, Frisky, Kela & Hoku Christie & Joseph Yee Spooner & Max Winifred M. Matsumoto Sweetie & Monku Dayle & Kevin Kuniyuki Sydnee James & Cindy Ralar Teiti Betty M. Pedro Tofu Katherine Mori Tony & Kobe Verilyn & Bruce Ushijima Tucker, Zoey & Scrappy Shirley & Ronald Kondo

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