Rescue Story

Harley

Harley

Recently we received word of an older couple who were desperate to find homes for their cats and a dog. Unfortunately recent health circumstances had led them to have to leave the island in a rather hurried manner. Being kind, good-hearted, animal lovers, they had taken in several rescues over the years, and were also feeding several semi feral cats. They had already committed to flying 5 cats, 2 dogs and a bird back with them to the mainland. However, the vet said that their 15 year old min pin and their 20 year old cat would not be able to handle the long flight to the east coast. They feared they would have to make the extremely difficult decision of euthanizing the min pin and the 20 year old cat if they did not find permanent homes for them, as they could not leave them to fend for themselves. As well, there were several semi feral cats to consider whose health and safety would be in jeopardy if someone did not come along to care for them. As the situation became more dire Jody heard of their plight and agreed to rescue them. Presently the min pin (Harley) is being fostered by a wonderful lady, and is available for adoption to a good home. He is still very frisky, friendly and a total delight to be around.

Haiku

Haiku

The 20 year old cat (Haiku) is presently with Jody and also available for adoption. He is a gentle sweetie, so easy to love, very laid back, and in amazingly good health. The semi-ferals are also being fed and taken care of, and would do well in an environment where they can continue to roam free but be in a safe surroundings and fed daily.

Needless to say, after their many years of service to Maui animals, this couple was so relieved to know they were leaving their animals in good hands.

If you would like to help with the adoption and/or care of these 2 cuties please contact Jody

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