PAWS of Hawaii and all of our rescued animals truly appreciate your generous hearts. Donations of supplies or monetary donations are all welcome. Donations of supplies go out to our fosters to help them care for and rehabilitate the rescues animals. Providing supplies for the foster families helps to ensure they can assist countless numbers of animals in need. Monetary donations go towards medical & supportive care for our rescued dogs. Donations may also be used for outreach in the community. We do a lot of work in homeless camps on O’ahu. Helping to provide medical care for the animals living in need. If you would like to specify what your donation if used towards please feel free to include that information in the memo along with your donation.
All donations are greatly appreciated! Donations via mail:
P.O. Box 6177 • Kaneohe, HI • 96744
Monetary donations to PAWS of Hawaii are tax deductible. Our team does our best to ensure all donations over $50 receive an emailed or mailed ‘Mahalo & Tax deduction letter.’ If you can not locate the donation receipt we kindly ask you email us your name, number and date/amount donated via firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Dog beds
- Dog Food
- Dog toys
- Dog treats
- Food/Water bowls
- Puppy Food
- Puppy Milk
- Puppy Pads
- Wire crate
HELP US SAVE PIPI
THURSDAY OCTOBER 1st
Pipi (named for his cow like markings) was found with an infected deep lacerations. His right hind leg was not weight bearing. Today he is in for surgery and receiving all the care he needs to recover. On top of all his physical injuries this sweet boy is Heartworm Positive! He will need to go through months of treatment for the heartworms. We need to raise funds in order to afford all the medical care this big boy needs. Can you please help us to save Pipi?
Select Pipi’s Medical Care to specify for his care!
5 URI PUPPIES NEED MEDICAL CARE
THURSDAY OCTOBER 1st
We took in a litter of puppies with a respiratory infection. They were rescued without a mother. The babies were covered in urine and feces, stained yellow with urine burns on their skin. Thankfully our awesome foster momma Karlene took them in. She has had them for 2 weeks and cleaned them up and we have been battling the health issues with this litter. In an out of the vet clinic the pups have such a will to survive!
If you can donate to help support medical care and costs of milk, veterinary and supportive care
KAIPO'S LEG SURGERY
SATURDAY AUGUST 24th
Kaipo was found cowered in a bush in Waianae. He was covered in wound and smelled of infection. This poor baby was so badly hurt he couldn't stand. The young boy who found him brought him home and they called us to help. Kaipo came in and he received wound care, antibiotics and had some of the tears to his skin sealed. One of his legs is badly broken. The veterinarian can do surgery to fix the broken bone using metal pins and plates to hold the bone in place. The corrective surgery and follow up will cost $1,500. To amputate his leg, is the option if saving is not possible.
HELP! PARVO MOM & PUPS
SUNDAY AUGUST 9th
Elia was picked up from a homeless camp, during an outreach effort. She is pregnant and could give birth any day. We brought her in to our vet this morning for standard care and tests. Turns out she has Parvovirus. She received all medical care required for recovery from parvovirus.
MONDAY AUGUST 10th
Elia has 4 beautiful newborn puppies. They appear healthy and we will continue supportive care, ensuring cleanliness of her environment.
HO'OMAU MEDICAL REFUND
WEDNESDAY JULY 15th
A dog was brought to us in horrific condition. The entirety of back is completely open and raw, the skin was peeling back. He is being hospitalized for a few days and needs to undergo surgery to repair the wounds on his back.
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17th
Ho'omau requires daily veterinary visits six days a week. His care amounts to $150-200 per day. He receives laser therapy 3 times a week and full bandage changes 6 times a week. His back still has a wound covering the entire top, although skin is slowly growing in around the edges. Donations have been coming in for Ho'omau, but due to his high costs, we need to raise another $2,000
MASS & ABSCESSED TEETH REMOVAL
WEDNESDAY JULY 5th
Bella was surrendered by homeless after her owner passed away. She received all preventative care and vaccinations.
TUESDAY AUGUST 4th
Upon full veterinary exam, she has a mass that needs removal. The veterinarian would like to send it out for testing if enough funds can be raised. Bella also has a few fractured / abscessed teeth that require removal. Bella also requires a monthly injection for allergies.
We need to raise $600 to complete this care for sweet Bella.
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17th
PAWS of Hawaii has six dogs positive for heartworms, undergoing treatments. This treatment is extensive and costs on average $500 per dog. We need to raise $3,000 in order to cover the treatment for these six animals. This includes the veterinary tests, pre heartworm care, the injections and follow up medications. Please donate to help support their costs of heartworm treatment.
Petunia, Ahsoka, Moom, Jessie, Dunkin and Ginger all appreciate your love and care!
We believe all dogs deserve a chance at a great life. Sometimes dogs come to us from situations that are far less than ideal. Some have been abused, neglected and many suffer from behavioral problems. Because we are a foster-based- rescue organization it is difficult to take on an aggressive or behaviorally challenged dog, unless we can offer the support of a trainer. A dog with any kind of aggression needs around 6 months to a year to recover through consistent training, love and patience. Funds given to Rehabilitation will go towards training, so "un-adoptable dogs" have a chance at a happy life. To be able to give more dogs this chance, we depend on your donations.
$50 • sponsors 10 animals to be microchipped
$100 • sponsors 10 animals heartworm testing and prevention
$150 • sponsors the complete medical care of an animal in need
$300 • sponsors the complete medical care of of two animals in need
$750 • sponsors the complete medical care of of five animals in need
$1500 • sponsors the complete medical care of of ten animals in need
$3000 • sponsors the complete medical care of of twenty animals in need