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Hawaiian Humane Society

Newsletter People for animals. Animals for people.

January – March 2014

A cold nose and furry face inspire healing Animals have the ability to heal hearts and bring joy to our lives. The Hawaiian Humane Society’s petpeople teams have visited healthcare and senior centers island wide for the last 30 years.

Society volunteer Wayne Kojima got involved with the Pet Visitation program after taking his dog Nemo to obedience classes where he excelled. Wayne became so inspired at Nemo’s talents that he thought

his dog would be great at visiting patients. At almost 3 years old, Nemo started visiting Wahiawa General Hospital’s long-term care unit. Nemo is now 10 years old and still going strong. Wayne’s other dog Simba visits the patients at Queen’s Medical Center. “It’s a wonderful experience to make a difference,” Wayne says. “I find it very rewarding to see patients and staff smiling and relaxed when they interact with the dogs.” Patients experience reduced anxiety, relief from loneliness and enhanced well-being. Wayne also knows that his two pups enjoy visiting the patients because they love the attention. “I have found it to be a great way to bond with your dog, a wonderful way to continued on page 2

President’s Message

2014 offers new hope for Oahu’s animals When the Hawaiian Humane Society was founded in 1883, animal lovers came together as a small group of committed citizens determined to make Oahu a better place for animals. These early pioneers included King Kalakaua and other great leaders of our cause. They believed that they could spark a movement that would transform people’s relationship with animals. 2014 offers opportunities both great and small for each of us to make a difference. As we look

to the future, there are so many needs. We need a home in west Oahu. We need a community that will fight for stronger animal protection laws and more responsible pet ownership. Together, we need to end pet overpopulation.

Pamela Burns President & CEO

With your help, we can achieve our community’s full potential for a better today and tomorrow for animals. Call us at 356-2216 to volunteer and make a difference.


Our History

Mr. Mac inspired a generation When Arthur McCormack, affectionately known as “Mr. Mac” first joined the Humane Society in 1934, he would field complaints about packs of wild dogs that roamed Diamond Head Crater and St. Louis Heights. Whether it was advocating for leash laws or dog licensing, he worked tirelessly to elevate the status of pets in the community. He inspired generations of animal lovers through nearly 50 years of dedication, including serving as the Humane Society’s executive officer from 1953 to 1969. He even lived on the grounds for many years with his wife and two children. Through wartime and into statehood, he spearheaded the organization’s animal welfare efforts. But above all, Mr. Mac was an educator. He reached out to

children on radio and television shows and visited more than 30,000 children in their classrooms each year. With his faithful dog Freckles in tow, he was a familiar figure in schools and believed that through youth and families the lives of animals could be improved. The Society continues Mr. Mac’s legacy and partners with youthoriented organizations including the YMCA and Kamaaina Kids. In the last year, the Society provided more than 300 educational program opportunities for Oahu’s community including service learning projects,

humane curriculum and speaking at school assemblies. While Mr. Mac may be gone, his legacy of educating youth and creating a more compassionate community carries on.

Youth can be everyday animal heroes

A cold nose and furry face inspire healing

February 23 • 3 to 5 pm Hawaiian Humane Society

continued from page 1 meet people and a rewarding way to give back to the community.”

Students who want to help the Hawaiian Humane Society for a school or club project, or to earn volunteer and service hours, may enroll in this class. Call Education Partnerships Manager Bonnie Oda at 356-2206 for more information.

Overall, Wayne’s favorite part is seeing a patient’s face come alive with smiles when they interact with his dogs. “Just for an instant they forget about their circumstances and experience unconditional love,” he says. People-pet teams are assessed for suitability and then placed with health and senior centers that are seeking volunteers such as The Arc in Hawaii, Palolo Chinese Home and Hale Ho Aloha. Cats, birds and small pets are also welcome in the program. Call 356-2222 to get involved. 2


A year of making a difference Every year the Humane Society pushes the boundaries of possibilities. Fiscal Year 2013, which ran from July 2012 to June 2013, was marked with record-breaking pet adoptions. More animals found new families – 8,124 adoptions – than any other year in our 130-year history. This year, six Petco locations, PetSmart Mililani and Mike McKenna’s Windward Ford partnered with the Society to offer pet adoptions. In addition, Enchanted Lakes Pet Center continues to be our local pet supply partner that features animals from the Humane Society at their shop.

The store refuses to sell puppies for profit. Other annual highlights include 8,290 sterilizations, 2,790 reunions

of lost pets with their owners, as well as more than 200 education, outreach and adoptions events.

Creating community solutions to cat issues More than 125 people joined the Hawaiian Humane Society and Petco Foundation for the Cat Trap Depot at Ward Warehouse in November 2013. Attendees learned about Petco Foundation’s interest in funding feral cat solutions, successful

trapping approaches, and how to improve cat colony health. Joining the Humane Society, local rescue group representatives including Happy Cats, Cat Friends and Poi Dogs & Popoki also advocated for community collaboration. Areas

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identified for 2014 community initiatives included caregiver coordination and communication as well as anti-abandonment education. To get involved, contact Community Relations Director Jacque LeBlanc at jleblanc@hawaiianhumane.org.


Reaching beyond our shores While animal lovers gathered on Oahu to examine issues on Hawaii’s cat overpopulation, Hawaiian Humane Society’s President and CEO Pamela Burns was simultaneously hosting a symposium in Arizona convened by the National Pet Council on Pet Population on the nationwide issues of cats. She serves as the council’s chair. Topics included different approaches to manage free-roaming populations, understanding cat demographics, examination of case studies and more. “Communities all across the nation grapple with the same issues that Hawaii does,” says Pamela. “Bringing

Lack of specialized, high-volume sterilization options and feeding cats without sterilizing them are major barriers to reducing an estimated 315,000 outdoor cats that people do not claim as their own. Born and raised in Hawaii, Pamela Burns has served as President and CEO of the Hawaiian Humane Society since 1990. She lives in Honolulu with her cats Umi and Pili and dog Daisy. researchers and animal welfare professionals together is what can create the groundswell of activism that’s needed to address these complicated issues.”

Pam is a board member of HEMIC and past Board Chair of the Society of Animal Welfare Administrators and member of The Hawaii Employers Council.

A monthly dose of warm and fuzzy with our calendar Everyone will find a favorite within the pages of the Hawaiian Humane Society’s 2014 calendar including Carol Asai-Sato’s lovable pal Ebby who is January’s pinup pup and our hero pet for 2014. Five year-old Ebby is full of spirit and energy and owner Carol describes her as the “absolute joy of our lives.” The first

runner-up was the beautiful Makena, submitted by Karin LeBlanc followed by our third place winner, Rock, who was submitted by Shannon Geary. The votes for these beloved pets raised more than $17,000. Total raised for the animals was more than $35,000. Check out all the contestants featured on HawaiianHumane. org.

Runner-up Makena is June’s pinup pet.

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The $10 calendars are available for sale at the Humane Society and retail locations such as Petco in Ewa Beach and Poi Dogs Day Care & Boarding. Sales support more than 30 services and programs.


It’s A Date

Kids Can be Everyday Animal Heroes February 23 • 3 – 5 pm Hawaiian Humane Society Students who want to help the Hawaiian Humane Society for a project to earn volunteer and service hours must enroll in this class.

Visit HawaiianHumane.org for details. We are always seeking volunteers to assist with events.

Estate Planning for Your Pet January 29 • 5:30 – 6:30 pm Hawaiian Humane Society Local estate planning expert Rhonda Griswold, Esq. of Cades Schutte will provide information on estate planning and how to ensure your pet is cared for when you are gone. Call 356-2213 to attend.

Doggie Speed Dating February 15 10am – Noon Hawaiian Humane Society Find the love of your life. Mix and mingle with dogs looking for just the right match. All adoption fees are waived for all animals.

Tuxes & Tails April 5 The Royal Hawaiian Hotel Mahalo to our committee leadership: Event Chairpersons Jim Nabors and Stan Cadwallader; Table Sales Chair Ginny Tiu; and Auction Chair Anna Meng.

There’s no place like home with your pet No one should have to choose between a roof over their head or a pet. About 375,000 dogs and cats share our lives and about 60% of Oahu’s homes have a pet. Policies that ban pets increase the number of pets relinquished to shelters, limit the pool of qualified applicants, and penalize the majority of pet owners who are responsible. The Pet Deposit Law went into effect in November 2013. The new state law allows landlords to charge an additional pet deposit equal to one month of rent and encourages them to open their rental properties to families with pets. Visit HawaiianHumane.org for resources for landlords and tenants.

Advocate For Animals

Harley and Scooter are lucky to have a home with Alyson Watanabe.

We need you to be a voice for the animals. Policy Advocate Mary Steiner is gearing up for the 2014 legislative session and needs community advocates to help advance policies for a more animal-friendly Hawaii. Contact Mary at 356-2217 or msteiner@hawaiianhumane.org.

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Send us tips on suspected cruelty dog.” The dog died from repeated stab wounds and mutilation. The owner was arrested for felony animal cruelty and her case is proceeding through the justice system.

Sometimes the Humane Society’s rescue work makes headlines. For every case that is featured in the news, there are thousands of stories that are never told. From July 2012 through June 2013, our humane investigators responded to 11,847 calls for service. Hawaii Kai Park & Ride cat shooting In December 2012, reports of cats being shot at the Park & Ride resulted in an extensive investigation and an offer of more than $4,000 in rewards. Despite canvassing, policing the area and interviewing witnesses, the case went cold. The growing cat population at the Park & Ride continues to be a concern. Teen tipster ends a Mililani dog’s suffering In January 2013, a Mililani teenager reported his concern about a friend’s family dog in which the pet’s owners claim to have “forgotten” about him

in their back yard for months. The owner was sentenced with fines, court fees, community service and prohibited from owning animals for a year. Pursuit of justice for a Haleiwa dog slain by owner In June 2013, a Haleiwa woman claimed she was “disciplining her

Pomeranians rescued in Halawa In May 2013, the Society investigated a tip about breeding dogs living in deplorable conditions in Halawa. As a result, 43 Pomeranians, mostly aged with varying health issues, were surrendered. During a two-day adoption event more than 750 prospective adopters sought to adopt these animals. A few people even spent the night to be first at the door. Report suspected abuse to us at 3562250. Every day our officers are on duty 8am to 5pm.

Busy Buddy Fun

Keep your dog’s mind stimulated and tummy happy with Busy Buddy interactive toys. Your pups will enjoy figuring out how to get the treats out of the middle. Pick one up at the Humane Society. Prices vary on size and type.

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The Royal Treatment

If your cat scratching the furniture makes you want to climb the walls, here is a product for you. Imperial Scratch ‘n Shapes offers the right shape and style to match your taste and home. Prices vary online.


A local shelter helping local animals Hawaiian Humane Society is an education and advocacy animal welfare organization that shelters, protects, rescues, reunites and rehomes animals. We are Oahu’s only open-admission shelter. We are not affiliated with or funded by any national organization such as HSUS or ASPCA. We’re a local shelter helping local animals. Every donation is an investment to ensure that we can make an immediate difference in the lives of animals. Donations are also a long-term investment so that we can continue to provide for generations of animals and people to come. Each dollar goes towards our hands-on work to save lives, nurture hope and lead efforts for community-based solutions to animal issues. Donations can be made by enclosing your most generous gift in the envelope in this newsletter. You can also donate by phone by calling 356-2213 or make your gift online by credit card at HawaiianHumane.org.

anticipated income for the Humane Society. If you have a credit card with benefits, you can be earning rewards points. At the end of the year, we send a summary report.

Monthly gifts ensure reliable care for animals. Automatic payments billed to your credit card provide

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Lady Justice finds a new friend with the animals The Humane Society has launched a new partnership with Hawaii’s judicial system. Judge Ed Kubo’s courtroom now features a furry face during his weekly veterans court proceedings. Humane Society volunteer Ron Stebbins and his dog Athena were selected for the program. Ron is an Army veteran himself and served in the Vietnam conflict. His dog Athena was adopted from the Humane Society nearly 6 years ago and was

coincidently named after the Greek goddess of Justice. Each Friday they attend court and ease the stress of veterans. The first veterans court opened in New York in 2008. The court model is based on substance abuse or mental health treatment as an alternative to incarceration. Hawaii is the second community in the nation to feature a comfort animal as part of this program. 7


PetWalk – a success Mahalo to these businesses and friends who donated their services to support PetWalk. Accel Rentals Alaska Airlines Aloha Pops Animal CrimeStoppers Balloon Monsoon Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties Hagadone Printing Hawaii Balloon Company Hawaii Doggie Bakery Hawaii Pet Magazine Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki Hawaiian Ice Company Hawthorne Pacific Hui Ilio and Makiki Dog Park Kamalu K-9 and Kitty Kau Kau & Massage Star 101.9 DJ Kevin Jones Menehune Water Hawaii News Now’s Mileka Lincoln Munchtime Express Party Pix Hawaii Poi Dogs Daycare & Boarding Poi Pounder Hawaii Starbucks Tammy Kubo & Hawaii Pet Nanny

Thanks to everyone who walked. On two legs and four. Mahalo to everyone who stepped out for the animals. At this year’s PetWalk on October 6, we raised more than $270,000.

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Mahalo to our sponsors

Mike McKenna’s Windward Ford

Fairmont Specialty Insurance

Hill’s Pet Nutrition

Vinnie Bean’s Team

Bank of Hawaii ‘Ilio Dentals Wyndham Vacation Ownership The Pet Doctor Ginny Tiu’s Team Ernst & Young Aqua Hospitality Hawaii

HMSA United Laundry Services Matson Larry & Patricia Rodriguez Jack Tyrrell & Rainee Barkhorn Charitable Foundation

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Always nice and never naughty Pictures with Santa Paws brought more than 200 families and pets to Mike McKenna’s Windward Ford and the Hawaiian Humane Society to share their wish list. Poi Dogs Boarding & Daycare, Puppy Love, Aloha Pops, and K-9 & Kitty Kaukau & Massage were featured in our holiday fair.

Mahalo to Bill & Barbara Sheeder, Chris Wiebold, photographers Jeff Chung, Allen Martin and Shasta Yamada and dozens of volunteers who brought cheer to our holiday events. Fond aloha to Ward Centers for selecting the Humane Society as the beneficiary of its pet portrait event called Pictures at Santa’s Beach House.

Michael McKenna, Santa & Mrs. Paws and Mike McKenna hosted Pictures with Santa Paws.

A local shelter helping local animals continued from page 7 Double the love with a matching gift. Check if your company will match your contribution to the animals. Some companies will make

donations to organizations in which their employees volunteer. Planned gifts ensure a future for animals. When you include the Hawaiian Humane Society in your

will, trust or other type of planned gift, you ensure a legacy of caring for future generations of animals and people. Turn that car into cash for a cause. Forget the hassle of selling your car. Donate it to us. As long as your car is in running condition, we can help you handle the paperwork. You can enjoy the tax deduction. Gifts of stock offer two-fold savings. You pay no capital gains tax on the increased value of the appreciated stock and receive a tax deduction for the full market value at the time of the gift. Gifts to honor loved ones. Memorial gifts are a thoughtful way to honor the memory of a deceased pet or person. You can also make gifts to honor pets and people during their lifetime. Birthdays, holidays, anniversaries, weddings and retirements are popular events for tribute gifts. For more info, contact Director of Development Lisa Fowler at 3562221 or lfowler@hawaiianhumane. org.

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Gifts of Love We gratefully acknowledge donors who have given $100 or more between August 16 – October 31, 2013.

Fat Cats & Top Dogs $10,000 +

Petco Foundation Jennie Phillips Frank Slocum

Animal Champions $5,000 +

Hill’s Pet Nutrition HMSA Ilio Dental Barbara Tilley United Laundry Services Wyndam Vacation Ownership

Best Friends $1,000 +

Animal Clinic of Honolulu Aqua Hospitality Hawaii Carol Asai-Sato & Dennis Tsuhako Bank of Hawaii Employee Giving Campaign Brian & Wendy Barbata Francie Boland Castiglione A Casauria Foundation Bill & Phyllis Dendle Buddy Ellis & Kimberly Carson Vincent & Pamela Fragomene Walter Kam Wendell Kitsu Thomas & Mi Kosasa Lee Bentley Family PetSmart Charities Rainee Barkhorn Charitable Foundation / Jack Tyrrell Larry & Patricia Rodriguez Alvin & Susan Shishido Luella Spadaro Eric Tang Paul Taniguchi E. Darwin Thompson Ginny Tiu Thurston & Sharon Twigg-Smith Irene Zane

Devoted Companions $500 +

A Charitable Foundation Bob & Kelly Armstrong ASPCA Kenneth Barclay Mary Ann Barngrover Albert & Dolores Bediones Pamela Burns Gov. Ben & Vicky Cayetano Edith Chave Coldwell Banker, Kahala Mall Scott Coors & David Hurt Ralph Fisher Maimona Ghows

Ollie Goldstein Gregory & Wendy Hanna Hawaii Firearms Training & Education Charlaine Higashi Tad & Carol Iwanuma Ann Leighton Judith Leon Eddie Mak Stephen & Dani McCarthy Mike McKenna’s Windward Ford Kelly Morikone George & Bonnie Murphy Mike Nevin & Robyn Wong David Nichols Margaret Pang Moon Soo & Marilyn Park Dianne Robinson Jim & Puchi Romig Iain & Linda Ross Linda Rowan Thomas Sakoda Earl & Sue Shimabukuro Andrew Singer & Melanie Winters Eugene & Betty Smith Steve & Pam Sofos Edward & Betty Lou Stroup Francine Sunada Rod & Fumiyo Tanaka Hans & Debra Tobler Derik Tomoyasu Valerie Trotter Linda Uezu Keoni Vaughn Todd & Joy Yonemura Oda Peter & Adrienne Yoshihara

Guardian Angels $100 +

Roy & Amy Abe Shunji Adachi Dale & Katherine Aina Aina Haina Eye Center Aircare Environmental Service David Aiu

Akira Yamamoto Painting Hays Alexander Rena Alexander Nicole Amano Hiroko Amsbary Richard & Ethel Anbe Denise Anderson Eve Anderson Nina Anderson Janet Andres Linda Anegawa Barbara Anglin Aon Foundation Teruo Aonuma Sam & Jamie Apuna Alan Arai Renee Archer-Nakashima Shachar & Heidi Argov Leslie & Millicent Asari Bruce & Brenda Asato Wendy Asato David & Setsuko Ashworth Hiram & Jane Au Carrie Ayabe Frank Baensch Jan Bailey-Yoshino Michael & Diko Bates Paul Bellanca Matthew & Jennifer Bielik Jacob & Pongsuwan Bilmes Harry Bjornson Sayoko Blodgett-Ford Steven & Debra Bookatz William & May Borthwick Gillian Boss Gowans & Asia Botelho Kimberly Botterbusch Bobbi Box Rachael Boxold Joseph Boyce Alfred Brito Donald & Misao Brown Peter & Antoinette Brown Virginia Brown Ronald Bunn Marie Burghardt

Leave a Legacy By remembering the Hawaiian Humane Society in your will, trust or other type of planned gift you’ll be creating a legacy of caring for animals for generations to come. Whether you’ve already included us in your estate plan or you’d like more information on planned giving – we’d love to hear from you! Please contact Lisa at 356-2221 or lfowler@hawaiianhumane.org.

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Renea Burman Caleb Burns Ronald Bush Claire Butler Bari & Karin Buzzard Michael & Tracy Byrnes Dallas Cabalse Brenda Cablayan James & Phoebe Campbell Career Development Center of Hawaii Ignacio Cariaga Maria Carmichael Tammy Castleforte Karen Castro Summer Chan Jody Chandler Ronald Chandler & Kenneth Cayetano Brenda Sue Chang Daren Chang Elizabeth Chang Karen Chang Kathryn Chang Kevin Chang Wieland Chee Sandy Chikasuye Carol Chinen Mike & Joyce Ching Ronald & Lita Ching Peter & Gerlinde Chisteckoff Lori Chong Judy Chow Evelyn Chun Erin Claggett Deborah Clark Lyda Clark Donald & Sharlene Clephane Margaret Cloyd Meghan Collins Melinda Coleman Steven Colon & Carrie Hermstad John & Joni Conklin Rachel Connell Construction Associates Leslie Cook


Ian & Janet Cooke Marie Cooper-Martinez Seth Cornell Chantelle Corpuz Kleona Corsini Armand Cote Jack & Janet Covington Stephen Cowland Lynda Cox Thomas & Shirlee Cunningham Christine Curatilo Mike Curtis Michael Davis Peter & Shirley Dawson Earl & Virginia Dayton Kanthi De Alwis Delta Construction Corporation Janice Demetropolis Donald & Brenda Deryke Ray & Marchen Dingle Hattie Dixon Robert & Praneet Donle Patrick & Cathryn Downes R. Nawahine Dudoit Marilyn Dunlap Jon & Mary Lou Earll Mary-Elizabeth Ellard Steven & Laura Emura Richard Enright James & Chikako Epure Diane Erickson

Alton & Sandra Fujii Benjamin & Laura Fujimoto Harold & Janet Fujise Ernest H. Fukeda, Jr. Lorraine Fukumae Dennis & Annette Fukunaga Ted Fukushima Tiare Fullerton Gary Furutani John & Hsiu Mei Furuyama Hana Gabrielson Richard Galang & Julie-Ann Won Harris Galkin Rev. Larry A. Gardner Catherine Garrabrant Beau & Marjorie Gaza Robert & Cynthia Geiling Francis & Jayne George Bob & Jolene Gerell Gregory Gibbons & Peter Fujieki Barbara Gilbert Jonathan Gillentine Suzanne Gilleres William Gleason Signe Godfrey Matthew Gomes Bobby Gordon Kevin Gorton Emiko Goto Stella, Kika & Ipo Grantham Jay Grekin & Judy Stubbs

Curtis Hawkins John Hayakawa Linda Hayashi Robert Heath & Christine Valles Jerome & Darlene Heck Barrett Henderson David Hester Alden & Audrey Higa Leonore Higa Jo-Ann Higashi Larry & Anne Higashi Lois Hildreth Glenn & Edith Hiltbrand Rose Hines George & Kay Hino Mark Hirae Donna Hirano Harriet Hirata Karin Holma Clifford & Stephany Hong Hooper, Ltd. Anders Hostelley & Alyssa Nako-Hostelley Duke Hostodor Timothy Howell Kenneth Hudson Francis & Serena Humay Mark & Shawn Hurt Susong Hyun Sheri Iha Aftin Ikeda John & Nicole Ilae Marshall & Ardine Ingraham Kim Inoshita Eric & Ann Inouye Sean Ishii Shari Ishii Island Nursing Home Island Seaplane Service Chad Itokazu Kenneth Iwai Melvin & Gladys Iwaki Laura Iwamoto Dana Izumi Carl & Jo Ann Jacobs Hathaway Jakobsen Charlene Janicki Sue Jennings Cindy Jeno Ashley Johannes Gary & Melanie Johnson Jacquelyn Johnson Louise Johnson Ronald & Patricia Jones Skipper Jones Patricia Jordan Edwin Jouxson & Arlene Meyers Hillary Juliette Leanne Kaawa Joan Kagawa Kathleen Kagawa Raymond & Corinne Kagemoto Melvin Kai Patsy Kalawaia Jeryl Kam Aiko Kameya Gail Kaminaga Sheena Kanagawa Paula Kaneaiakala Cynthia Kapahu Clifford Karimoto Elizabeth Karimoto Linda Katagiri Hanna Kath Alan & Lori Kato Stanley & Stephanie Kato Yuko Kato

Grants August 16 – October 31, 2013

Atherton Family Foundation

Charles & Cynthia Erlinger Marivic Estrala Laura Evensen Stacy Evensen Brandt Farias James & Vickie Farmer Thomas & Barbara Farrell Mary Ann Fernandes Doris Fernandez Paul & Patricia Fernandez John Ferreira Julie Finley Eric Firing Gabrielle Fitzgibbons Paul Franke Genevieve Freeman

Rhonda Griswold Jerome & Dorothy Grossman Leslie Gruszie Paula Gum Shannon Gushiken Iris Ha Thomas & Ernell Hallaman Greg Hammond Steven & Sherry Hansel Jeffrey & Lorena Hanyu Ryan & Susan Harada Harbor Shores Apartments Lynn Haring Donna Hashimoto Godwin & Barbara Hashimoto Aubrey Hawk

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Ross Kawano John Kearney Howard & Elizabeth Keller Valerie Kidani Robert & Hope Kihune Mildred King Dan & Kathryn Kirley Tadayuki Kitamura Thomas & Karen Kiyabu Don & Blanche Klim Jennifer Knox Laurie Knych Dr. Arthur & Valerie Kobayashi Benjamin Kodama Wes Koga Lisa Kogachi Dennis & Barbara Kohara Douglas Koide Doris Ann Kollars Laurence Kolonel Deborah Koochi Gail Kop Alvin & Blanche Kort Edward & Tammy Kubo Irene Kubojiri Joanne Kumamoto Beth Kurren-Cox Mona Kushimaejo Ethel Kuwasaki Eric Kvick & Nancy Sidun Perfecto Labrador & Carol Pang-Labrador Doris Ladd Ernest Lai Berit Larsen Guia Lasquete Benita Lau Monique Lau David Lawdry Creighton & Linda Lee Kenneth Lee & Kathryn Koos-Lee Ki Lee Kiane Lee Marvin & Romy Lee Worldster & Patricia Lee Rodahl Leong-Lyons Mahealani & Mapuana Lew Richard & Rosann Lewis Ruth Lindley Vernon Ling Mary Jane Lipp Frederick Livingston Everett Lo Jacqueline Loo Niurka Lopez Bob LoPresti Dallas & Marlene Lum Steven Lum Sidney Lynch Michael & Virginia MacBride Edward & Mimi MacNaughton David Madison Janice Maeda Michael Maeda Steven & Bea Maeda Debbie & Pat Magie Michael Maii Ronald & Mary Jane Makua Alexander & Clarita Malinao The Massage Way Marion Masuda Margaret Matayoshi Donald Matsumori Glen & June Matsumoto Kaori Matsumoto Virginia Maxwell Bettie May


Bequests August 16 – October 31, 2013

Liselotte Schon Grieshaber Edwin & Hildagard Hurley Henry Otto Mahn

John McAbee Frances McClurkin Floyd & Ann McCoy Fain McDaniel James & Susan McDonald Mavis McGurn Scott McLain Janice Meguro Lance & Kathey Mehle Charles Memminger Joni Mendoza Gerald & Connie Meredith Fumi Mersom & Emmy Taylor Pamela Mew Keoni Meyer Richard & Sharon Mikami Alice Miles Joan & Elizabeth Miller Michael Miller & Sharon Shimono Lance, Jennifer & Sarah Mills Bert & Joni Mishima Leslie Mitsuda Dennis & Chan Mitsunaga Harry & Ethel Miyachi Raymond & Florence Miyahira David Miyamoto Howard & Mildred Miyamoto Jan Miyashiro Marshall Miyose Kathy Moor Teresa Morales Michael Moreno Majel Morimoto Elizabeth Morisada Derrick Morishige Darlene Morita Scott Morita Karen Morrissette Stephen Morse Ronald & Kathleen Morton David Mowat Seshagiri & Kristine Munipalli Stanley & Judith Murai Lynne Murakami Melvyn & Sadie Murakami Kerry Muzzey Dean & Gayle Nagasaki Roy & Shirley Naito Karen Nakagawa Dennis & Susan Nakaishi Margaret Nakakuni

Loui Nakama Alan & Gwynne Nakamura Beatrice & Thomas Nakamura Bob & Eileen Nakamura David & Cindy Nakamura Kenneth & Karen Nakamura Naka’s Marble Company Lynn Nakasone Myron Nakata Jemal & Atsuko Ned James & Norma Nekota Martha Neumann James & Shirley Newman Peggy Newton Audrey Ng Evelyn Nihei Theodore & Elaine Nishijo Dale Nishikawa Eileen Nishikawa Glenn & Joy Nishino Daikichi & Joyce Nishita Bert Nobriga Nancy Nott Peter & Lois Nottage Janeen Nozaki Kathleen Nullet Lisa Nungesser Tamara Ochoa Kenneth & Elaine Ockermann Cynthia Oda Cynthia Ode Eileen Ogasawara-Chun Victoria Okada Harold & Betty Okimura Mia Okinaga Neil Okuna Jane Okuno Ole Henriksen Joseph & Anderson O’Mealy Carole Kai Onouye James Onoye Kimberly O’Quinn Laura Ornelles Gerrit & Gayle Osborne Mike & Sheryl Oschin-Goodman Roy & Darlene Oshiro Our Savior Lutheran School Charles & Joni Owens Robert & Mollie Paasch Pace Art Conservation

John Pampalone & Connie Yu-Pampalone Jeani Pap Candice Parker Sally Parker Robert Pascua David Patrick Capt. & Mrs. Joe Patterson Albert Pattison Paul Brown Salon & Day Spa Edward & Gayle Pei Donald Pendleton Sheila Petersen Alan Phillips & Audrey Buyrn Ross Phillips Jeffrey & Marion Philpotts-Miller Tim & Laura Poell Michiko Porter Alexis Pospischil Harold Prados Steve Prieto & Richard Kennedy Irene Puaoi Ted & Leilani Quong Chris & Judie Racine Monica Ramirez Anne Randall Ella Raney Douglas Rapozo Peggy Recania Renee Reine Alex & Raelene Revilla Becky Rhoades Jowell Rivera Fred & Harriet Rokero Deborah Roylance Libby Ruch Harry Russell Leilani Sage Edwin & Carol Saito Melvin & Jandi Saito Paul & Sybil Saito Marsha Sakamaki Michael Sakuda Walter Sakuda Max Salz & Liz King Louise Sanford Kevin & Jennifer Santo Francis & Patricia Santos Ivar Sarapu Patricia Sasaki Ward & Valisa Saunders Carole Scharfenberger Madeline Scherman William Schneider & Karen Stemp Winton & Sandra Schoneman Paul Schultz Robert & Ester Schumacher Kerry Schuman Karen Seddon Franklin Seki Deborah Sekine Greg Sekiya Tiffany Sentani Diane Sether Reena Shah Brian Sheehy Tracy Sheehy Stanley & Theresa Shibata Joanne Shigekane Helen Shigemura Tracy Shigemura Wayne & Karen Shimabuku Melvyn Shimata Stanley & Mary Shimizu David & Elsie Shimokawa Davis & Olinda Shindo

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Patricia Shine Anthony Silva Elisea Singson Arleene Skillman Eric & Maria Smedegaard Garnett Smith Kimberly Smith Richard Smith & David Griggs Arthur & Beverly Soares Cecilio Soliven Kathleen Sorensen Iris Spade Alan Spector Lance & I Ching Chen Stanley Lee & Allyson Stebbins John & Elizabeth Stickney David & Mary Stock Martin Stotelmyer Roberta Straughn Kenneth & Margaret Stromgren Lois Strong Alice & Florence Sugimoto Phenpapar Suratbibith Garrett & Lila Ann Suzuki Wayne & Jean Suzuki Shirley Swartz Edward & Karen Swofford Phyllis Tabusa Janet Takahara Hollyjean Takahashi Terry & Doreen Takaki Lauren Takaoka Carey Taketa Takiguchi Family Carlene Takushi Ruby Takushi Townsend Takushi Monique Tamanaha Wayne & Claire Tanaka Agnes Tauyan Angeline Tavares Edward & Marcia Taylor-Kaneshige Lloyd & Constance Teixeira Minoru & Kay Teruya Paul & Mary Tholl James Thomas Laura Thompson Laurie Ann Thompson Wilma Thompson James & Mary Thrash Constance Tice Richard Timm


Mahalo for your ongoing support 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. To learn more about becoming a monthly donor, call 356-2213. Jerome Ababa Rose Adkins Mary Agor Gailyn Ahuna-Lum Dale & Katherine Aina Ada Alamani Deborah Aldrich Joan Allen Denise Anders Renee Archer-Nakashima Rachel Ariola Loreleigh Austria Frank Baensch Marvelyn Baker Martin Banks Todd & Andrea Barnes Renee Becht Lisamarie Bensman Ed & Jeanne Bernauer Ian & Carleen Biernie Gillian Boss Patricia Bush Lowell & Charlotte Cambra Ignacio Cariaga Adam & Jodi Carlson Anita Carmona Chris Cartmell Alaine Castro Summer Chan June Chong Russell & Viola Choriki Erin Claggett Eileen Clarke Christl Coleman & Nicole Baily Steven Colon & Carrie Hermstad John & Joni Conklin Karen Cox Christine Curatilo Buffy Cushman-Patz Jan Dettweiler Heather Diamond Gavin Doi John Edwards Jose Elizaga Keetje Ell Barbara Ellis Kathy Farley & Ann Moriyasu Diane Fedor Sandra Finney Reiko Flannagan Anastasia Fontenot Ana Frederick Douglas & Lee Froning Nazly Fuller John Fushikoshi Annie Gills Bernard & Kara Gorgonio Sandy Gottesman Claire Groom Jeffrey & Lorena Hanyu William Henne Miharu Herbic Robert & Vanelle Hirayasu Dennis Hokama Michael & Colleen Hokutan Eric & Gayle Honda David Hull Sheri Iha

Irvin Ing Sandra Ing Gary & Melanie Johnson Louise Johnson Donald Jones Helen Josypenko Jonathan Julian Jefferry & Sandra Kato William & Karen Kato Yuko Kato Karl Katsumoto Earl & Patricia Kawaa Hiromi Kawasaki Barry Kayano Paul Kennedy Robert & Hope Kihune Steven & Lorene Kim Kristen Kimokeo Dan & Kathryn Kirley Lloyd & Faye Kitaoka Peter Klein Myra Kong Ivan Krillzarin James Kuoha Joy Kuraoka Ernest Lai Suzanne Lanoue Bonnie Lau Ki Lee Jason & Elisa Lo Gayle Lovinger & Helen Esselstyn Edward & Mimi MacNaughton Owen & Marylyn Macy Moira Maeda-Nakamine Marian Manaois Leeann Matsumoto James & Lorena McGovern Tami McIlhenney Robin Melchor Jesse & Yanghsin Merris Cynthia Miller Wilmer & Martha Miller Howard & Patricia Miyake Walter & Helga Mizushima John & Melinda Montgomery James Morgan & Jamie Henry Harry Morris Karen Morrissette Jami Mullen Ann Murata George & Bonnie Murphy Michael & Mary Murphy Reginald Nakamoto Jemal & Atsuko Ned Faye Neves Marion Newman Heather Nishida Thinzar Nyun Nina O’Donnell Kimberly O’Quinn Dave & Carolyn Oliver Mike & Sheryl Oschin-Goodman Beverly Sin Len Page Emaline Paraon-Kahale Cheryl Paresa Michiko Porter Kenneth Renzoni Joanne Reyes

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Robert Robnett Susan Rosaldo Carol Sahara Peggy Sale Eugene Savio Sandy Schafer Yolanda Schlechte Seto Family Esther Shimazu Herma Shinkawa Mitsunori & Kakuko Shoji Angela Dawn Smith Lisa Spencer Shannon Stoddard Paul Stolpiec Marissa Stone Diane Stonebrink Ruth Sunahara Glenn & Lillian Taba Ryan & Erin Tadaki Craig Takamiya Randy, Elise & EJ Talavera Sandra Tanaka Russell & Joyce Tanji Joseph Teipel Setsuko Teramoto Jessica Thompson Tualua Tolua Thelma Tomich Lori Tonai

Jonathan & Rie Townsley Russ & Pam Toyooka Ricardo Trevino Lee Ann Tuttle Brian & Kimberly Tyau Winifred Uribe Alejandro & Nicole Vidal Craig & Marilyn Vitale Roberta Wakisaka-Fellezs Georgia Wang Marilyn Warren Linda Weeks Faith Wenzl Lisa White Jennifer Williams Jill Williams Kenneth Wilson & Elizabeth Alarie Cindy Winegar Ron Winkleman Sara Wisch Linda Wright Wong Rodney & Frances Yamamoto Lynne Yanagida Kathleen Yanagihara-Brooks Roland & Carol Yap Bryan & Jeannie Yoshida Natalia Zagorski Scott Zane

Purchase our 2014 calendar for $10 at the Humane Society while supplies last.


Alexander Tiu Samuel Tiu Mike Toibin Ella Tokunaga Lynn Tolentino Tualua Tolua David Tom Juanita Tom Lisa Tom Steven & Faye Tom Leslie & Barbara Tracy Thomas Tsuhako Jay & Lorna Tsutsumi Lace Tsutsumi Richard Tuggle Greg Turnbull Melissa Tyree Eugene Uemura Arthur & Ruth Ushijima Alison Uyeda Alexander & Bette Uyeda Keith Uyehara Lloyd Uyehara Machiko Uyehara Richard & Noreen Van Horn Linda Velayo-Fong Glenn Verbeem Joseph Vierra Douglas & Linda Vincent Grace Visaya Roberta Wakisaka-Fellezs Lesly Walker Nadine Walsh Marie Wang Yung Wang Marilyn Warren John Washburn James & Irene Watanabe Kerri Ann Watanabe Roy & Paulette Watanabe Heather Wawrzenski Linda Weeks Debbi Weinberg Bronwen Welch Nani Williams Ron Winkleman Stephen Wireman Judith Wolfe Georgianne Won Glenn Wong Kevin & Cathy Wong Linda Wright Wong Gavin Woo Chisa Woodley Lauren Wright Renee Yafuso

Carol Jean Yakuma Sueo & June Yamachi Charlotte Yamada Stuart & Sue Yamada Amy Yamakawa Douglas Yamakawa Carl Yamamoto Harry & Mildred Yamamoto Rodney & Frances Yamamoto Ronald & Judy Yamamoto Wade Yamamoto Walter & Laura Yamamoto Stephen & Cheryl Yamane Thomas & Jane Yamane Harvey & Carolyn Yamasaki Danica Yamasayo Mark & Kimberly Yamauchi Randal & Joyce Yanagisawa Jill Yee Neal Yuda & Kathleen Yogi Drake & Jane Yomono Wayne Yonehara Tony & Jill Yoshicedo Bryan & Jeannie Yoshida Corby Yoshida Mark Yoshida John Yoshimori Joyce Yoshimoto Jean Yoshioka Irene Yoshizaki Calvin & Leslie Young Edward & Marina Young Greg & Masayo Zabinski Jerry Zak

In Honor of People Sandy Fellerman Paul & Patti Mickelsen Kyler Gilbert Brad Kerwin Roger Kondo William Higdon, Jr. Vernon Ling George Auyong Diane Nielsen Marina Newby

In Honor of Pets Anni & Phoenix Donna Burnett Bear John & Frances Heatherman Benji Melvyn Shimata Blaze Point Plumbing Brandy Lewis Morris Cha-Cha Ray Ballungay Hokie Kato Mary Kuhr Jack William & Lyn Pendragon Keiki John Fritz Kitti Wilfred & Judy Iwai Moki Litheia Hall Sasha Beverly Yap Selena Rhonda Cody

In Memory of People

Thomas Finney A-1 Business Services Allied Builders System Kristen Bradley William & Faith Bright John & Tiare Finney Marvin & Sandra Fong Sandy Gottesman Susan Hemmings Richard & Mina Humphreys Neil & Rowena Iwasaki Maureen Kilcoyne Tom & Lynn Lalakea Ann Martin John & Elizabeth McCreary Christopher & Andrea McKenzie Mary Noyes Robert & Catherine Ostrem Nancy Pflueger Patty Petri Rose Al & Connie Serafin Franklin Tokioka Letha Wilson Shannon Wilson Pamela Fong Henry & Patricia Kam Larry & Jennifer Kobata Jody Gasher John Gasher Dorothy Gross Thomas Gross Dave & Ellen Huntley Tracy Allyn Gushiken Alice Suyeoka Jane Hidgon William Higdon, Jr. Linda Wang Jim Henry Jim Laurie Jim / Hawaii-Western Management Group Amy Kaneshiro Lee Fujita

Brad Bailon Allan & Frances Bailon

Francis Kawamoto Lawrence & Charleen Kimata

Jerry Bean Kumiko Kaminaka

Papa Kiyota Derek & Evelyn Kiyota

Kumiko Endo The Palms

Frances Kokubun Sandra Wright

James Schuler Elizabeth Chang Nicholas & Koren Dreher Larry & Patricia Rodriguez Lori Takara John & Kathleen Topliss

Autos for Animals

Steve Sofos Craig Neher Staff at the Honolulu Pet Clinic William Higdon, Jr.

Donate your used, running vehicle to help the animals!

Ginny Tiu Pamela Burns Anna Meng & Mike Hogan Kenneth & Shaunagh Robbins

Call 356-2213 or visit HawaiianHumane.org for details.

Keoni Vaughn Keith Kaneshiro & Charlene Abe

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Mae Kometani John & Marilyn Kiner Reid Krucky Christine Gayagas Robert & Sharon Hiam Sau Kin Lee Mike Betz Shawn Connick James Loo Jeff Loo Betsy Miyashiro Rae Zane Eloise Monsarrat Henry & Patricia McPhillips Devin Ogata Gov. Ben & Vicky Cayetano Ginny Tiu Carole Pikulski Gordon Jay & Barbara Vonnegut Robert Kishinami Larry & Jennifer Kobata Patricia Sakai Charles & Caryl Tsutsui Dennie Rimmell Mary Ann Crudo Maia Rogers Colorado Veterinary Medical Association Executive Committee Pamela Burns

LiiLii Gloria Chong

Sasha & Oscar Lorraine Honda

Lucky Kyu Kyu May Tam

Scrappy Derwin & Deborah Kanayama

Lucy Sandra Kowen

Sebastian Shay Park

Malie Vernon, Marina & Madi Endo

Snoopie Colleen Goto-Ono

Maile George Hudes

Spenser Jeff Hirschberg

Mele Aina George & Lei Fukuhara

Toby Jeffrey & Victoria Traczynski Tyke Wallace & Carolyn Towata

Buddy Walter & Gayle Ozawa

Micky Ronald Chandler & Kenneth Cayetano David & Cecilia Lee Worldster & Patricia Lee Larry & Patricia Rodriguez Robert & Ester Schumacher Ginny Tiu

Cleo Darlene Brodkin

Moki Kevin Hadley

Cocoa Alice Saul

Nibbles Steven & Gail Tokuda

Cody Virginia Schergen

Pebbles Dorothy Sato & Linda Tanaka

Dasha & Sweetie Allen Strasberger & Victoria Trowbridge

Pele Faith Milnes

In Memory of Pets Ashyboy Jerry & Caryn Yamauchi Beaux Gail Myers Bisket Robert Morita Booley LeeAnn Isobe Brina & Kiko Nani Beverly Yap Buddy William Higdon, Jr.

Catharine Ryan Tracy Speelhoffer

Diamond Ginny Tiu

Edwin Schatten Linda Anegawa

Dickens Denis & Ella Isono

Frank Van Gieson Elanor Chinen

Elsa Bert & Helen Tanonaka

Francis Yamashiro Adele Baptiste Alan & Hualani Fernandes Otis & Judith Nakamura Larry & Patricia Rodriguez

Gideon, Kuma #1 & #2, Bambino, Rocky and Pasha Norma English

Chris Yoshimura, Pretty Girl & Peaches Constance Amburgy

Yuki Marjorie Kashiwada

Pup-Pup Ronald Chandler & Kenneth Cayetano Quinn, Abbey, Darla, Christopher & Mandy Gwen Akimoto Reddy William Higdon, Jr. Robbie Kleona Corsini

Kea Leslie & Millicent Asari

Rusty Diane Kamioka

Kitty Christopher & Patricia Buziak

Sakura Barbara Matsumoto

Kuma Kenji & Mari Saito

Salsa Munson Gloria Munson

Pamela Burns President & CEO Jacque LeBlanc Maria Glidden Editors Published quarterly by the Hawaiian Humane Society. 2700 Waialae Avenue Honolulu, Hawaii 96826 Phone (808) 946-2187 Fax (808) 955-6034 HawaiianHumane.org Hawaiian Humane Society is an education and advocacy organization that shelters, protects, rescues, reunites and rehomes animals. It is Oahu’s only open-admission shelter. Established in 1883, this nonprofit organization is not affiliated with or funded by any national organization such as HSUS or ASPCA. Gifts made to this local organization help local animals and people.

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Tuning in to the Animals A round of applause for Oceanic Time Warner Cable’s employees. More than 100 participated in a service day at the Humane Society and they raised more than $4,500 for PetWalk 2013.

In the Holiday Spirit A special thanks to Helemano Farms for donating a beautiful giving tree in our adoptions center and to Fairmont Specialty employees for decorating it. Lucky 13 for the Humane Society Ollie Goldstein celebrated her 13th birthday by donating all $750 of her Bar Mitzvah money. All-Stars for the Animals Mahalo to After-School All-Stars middle school youth from Nanakuli and Waianae for spending their day learning about animal welfare, careers, advocacy and more with us.

Donation Drive Success Each year Na Hui O Wahine (Schofield Spouses Club) holds a donation drive for the animals. They collected dog and cat food, toys, treats, cleaning supplies and much more. Visit HawaiianHumane.org for our wish list.

Toys and Joys Eighteen local businesses and animal clinics helped to collect toys for our orphaned animals and helped make sure their holidays were merry and bright. Executive Yappy Hour The American Marketing Association held a Paw-Hana social at the Society and members volunteered their time to help with events.

Hawaiian Humane Society Jan - March 2014 Newsletter  
Hawaiian Humane Society Jan - March 2014 Newsletter  
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