Editor’s note

By Pam Woolway Someone told me once that a good marriage is one in which you have the same fight for 40 years, and a bad marriage is a different fight every day. I have a good marriage. For 16 years my husband and I have fought over pets: their location, diet, population and treatment. […]

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Kaua’i Humane Society: 80 Percent of Fostered Dogs are Adopted

Photos by Heather Ransley Peering out between cage bars, an animal’s face looks sad, even desperate. Fortunately the launch of a promising program at Kaua’i Humane Society presents shelter dogs in a whole new light; a light that more accurately captures their temperament and personality. Foster parents traipse the island showcasing canine ambassadors from the […]

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Kaua’i Humane Society foster program saves more lives

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Woody needs a home.

Update — Woody Adopted

In an earlier article, we learned about Woody, who survived being rescued from the Kukui Trail, brought to the Kaua`i Humane Society and taken into a foster home until his adoption. A note from Woody’s foster mom includes good news. She writes, “Thank you so much for posting Woody’s info.  Thankfully, he has found his […]

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Woody needs a home.

Woody, Kukui Trail Pup, Survives — Up for Adoption

by Carol Ann Davis Looking for a cute puppy? Meet Woody. A Kaua`i Humane Society volunteer was hiking on the grueling Kukui Trail in Waimea Canyon. At the bottom of the two-mile hike down, the volunteer found a small, emaciated puppy. After several tries, she was able to catch the puppy, put him in her backpack […]

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Piglets Adopt Plumber

Last week, two orphan piglets sought refuge at the Menehune Plumbing office. Wes daSilva and his boss wrapped them in blankets and brought them home, where daSilva’s wife, Pam Woolway welcomed them in the interim. Says Woolway, who works at the Kaua`i Humane Society, “We are looking for homes for them. There is one boy and […]

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