LIHU’E – All adoption fees will be waived at the Kaua’i Humane Society this Sunday, November 14, thanks to Subaru Hawai’i’s statewide “Love in Action” donation campaign.
Walk-in visits are welcome, but KHS recommends that potential adopters save time by making an appointment in advance at kauaihumane.org.
“I would start looking at our website, which has all of our adoptable dogs and cats, just so you can get a feel for the animals we have,” said Executive Director Nicole Schafer Crane. “By scheduling your adoption appointment in advance, we can pick you up right away and start showing you some of our adoptable animals.”
The four-legged friends available included the American Staffordshire and the Millie Terrier Mix; Helga dog mix; the domestic short-haired cats Spencer and Little Foot; and many, many more, starting on Friday.
Adopters will receive insulated “loot bags” courtesy of Subaru Hawai’i, filled with pet care supplies, including a collapsible water bowl, garbage bags and a food scoop.
Subaru Hawai’i, which covers six dealerships, including Servco Subaru Kaua’i in Lihu’e, covers up to $ 15,000 in adoption fees at four other Humane Society locations on the island of Hawai’i , Maui and O’ahu.
“The Kaua’i Humane Society appreciates Subaru Hawai’i’s support to help build families, bringing together the residents of Kaua’i and the homeless pets of Kaua’i,” Schafer Crane said in a statement. Subaru press release.
The Auto Dealer Network’s Love in Action campaign also produced an online video series highlighting Hawaiian community organizations and matchmaking opportunities for nonprofits featuring Project Vision, Mana Maoli, Hui Ho ‘ oleimaluo and Child & Family Service.
Love in Action replaces the long-running “Share the Love Sale Event” event, which generated a donation for every Subaru vehicle sold in November and December.
“Love in Action is our effort to deliver on our commitment to be ‘more than a car manufacturer’, independently giving car sales and instead focusing on supporting our community partners and their vital services.” , Subaru Hawai ‘i Executive Vice President Peter Dames said in the statement.
Scott Yunker, journalist, can be contacted at 245-0437 or [email protected]