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Oahu SPCA

The Oahu Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was founded in April 2009, based on a no-kill philosophy. In our first three months we were thrown into a large scale sheltering operation completing the the largest rescue in Hawaii's history. We rescue animals suffering from abuse, neglect and abandonment all over the island each day. More than 20 dogs and cats are rescued, rehabilitated and re-homed each week. We care for approximately 65 dogs and 100 cats per day, including spay/neutering, micro chipping and medical & behavioral rehabilitation in preparation for adoption. With the help of generous supporters such as yourself and the assistance of over 2,000 volunteers, the Oahu SPCA was able to save more than 1,400 animals within the first year. Our large volunteer force helps guarantee that most of the funds received go to the care and treatment of our rescued animals. As a result of the Ma’ili Point Rescue and the sub-sequent intakes, we have more than 200 animals to care for in our 20,000 square foot facility. Eventually we hope to provide low-cost or no-cost sterilization to the public and emergency care for our rescues. Our goal is to gather 200 sponsors to cover monthly expenses for every dog and cat in our shelter.

Oahu SPCA

The Oahu Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was founded in April 2009, based on a no-kill philosophy. In our first three months we were thrown into a large scale sheltering operation completing the the largest rescue in Hawaii's history. We rescue animals suffering from abuse, neglect and abandonment all over the island each day. More than 20 dogs and cats are rescued, rehabilitated and re-homed each week. We care for approximately 65 dogs and 100 cats per day, including spay/neutering, micro chipping and medical & behavioral rehabilitation in preparation for adoption. With the help of generous supporters such as yourself and the assistance of over 2,000 volunteers, the Oahu SPCA was able to save more than 1,400 animals within the first year. Our large volunteer force helps guarantee that most of the funds received go to the care and treatment of our rescued animals. As a result of the Ma’ili Point Rescue and the sub-sequent intakes, we have more than 200 animals to care for in our 20,000 square foot facility. Eventually we hope to provide low-cost or no-cost sterilization to the public and emergency care for our rescues. Our goal is to gather 200 sponsors to cover monthly expenses for every dog and cat in our shelter.