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Humane Society Raises Over $13K for Animal Support Services

December 9, 2019, 4:00 PM HST
* Updated December 9, 12:05 PM
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Photo courtesy: Maui Humane Society

With the help of countless, kind hearted community members, the Maui Humane Society raised $13,478 in one day to fund care and rehoming services for animals in need.
One of those animals is Sweet Boy Butch, an injured dog who was saved by a good samaritan last week.
The humane society later tracked down Butchʻs guardian, who surrendered him over to MHS because he “didn’t want him anymore.’

Sweet Boy Butch. Photo Courtesy: Maui Humane Society.

MHS personnel say Butchʻs leg injury will likely require surgery and a long recovery.
Fortunately, the Hope Fund allows MHS to cover medical expenses for animals like Butch, giving sick and injured shelter animals a much deserved second chance at a good life.
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