We partner with the Kauai Humane Society (KHS), helping to alleviate the extreme strain on their organization. As the only open-admission shelter on Kaua'i, KHS is responsible for taking in every animal brought to them. When requested, we will take animals from them that have severe medical or behavioral needs to assist them with their life-saving goals. We believe increasing Kaua'i's live release rates needs to be a collaborative effort, so we are happy to work with KHS to save more lives.


Our newest program is our Veterinary Assistance Program. To help Kaua'i pet owners who are struggling financially, we are now offering to help subsidize the cost of veterinary care for their pets. This can include (but is not limited to) assistance with preventative medication like vaccinations and flea/tick and heartworm medication, spay/neuter surgeries, emergency surgery, dental care and more. This program is dependent on the funding we have available and applications are considered on a first-come, first-served basis. To apply, click here.

Launched at the start of COVID-19, our Pet Food Relief Program aims to help pet owners on Kauai who are struggling financially by providing free dog and cat food. We partner with the Kauai Food bank and distribute food at the Church of the Pacific in Princeville or can deliver. Food is also available to individual applicants who apply here.

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With countless homeless animals on Kaua'i and not enough adoptive homes to accommodate them all, our transfer program relocates animals to locations on the West Coast where there is demand for adoptable animals. Working with rescues and shelters in California, Oregon, and Washington, we regularly send animals to our amazing partners who find homes for these animals quickly, helping alleviate the pet overpopulation issue on Kaua'i.