Rainbow Friends Animal Sanctuary Seeks Help Relocating Dogs From Waimea Shelter
A Big Island nonprofit dedicated to the well-being of the island’s unwanted, rejected, abandoned, abused or otherwise neglected animals is looking for help to relocate dogs from one of its shelters.
Rainbow Friends Animal Sanctuary is asking the public to assist with finding positive outcomes for dogs now housed at its Waimea shelter because its lease will be ending sooner than expected. The goal is to relocate all the animals situated at shelter by Sept. 1.
A friend of the organization read about the Waimea shelter’s plight and offered to triple match up to $5,000 from the community by Aug. 31. Any funds raised from the community will help with vacating costs/needs and finding temporary/permanent fostering and adoption solutions for the animals.
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For more information or any questions, call the Rainbow Friends Kurtistown location at 808-982-5110 or via email at [email protected]. You can also contact Mary Rose with the animal sanctuary at 808-494-8700 or by email at [email protected].