Humane society marks 60 years

PUHI — In honor of its 60th year, Kaua‘i Humane Society  has unveiled a new look and feel to its logo, the website and the vision of the organization, according to a news release.

Since the hiring of Shannon Blizzard as Executive Director a little more than nine months ago, the organization has been initiating new programs, including establishing a more supportive adoption program aimed at matchmaking, increasing the number of opportunities for volunteers to get involved, doubling the number of camps and workshops for children, offered the public vaccine and microchip clinics and has even launched a new website aimed at promoting all adoptable pets, sharing KHS news and events and capable of securely collecting the much-needed donations required to fund the mission of the organization.

“Our goal is to raise the status of shelter pets to increase their adoption rates, help people have access to keeping their pets for a lifetime and ensuring that all people have the needed support  to be responsible pet owners,” Blizzard said.

One of the strategies Blizzard brings to the organization is to establish an online presence at, where visitors can sign up for an e-newsletter nto stay up-to-date. For those who enjoy social media, KHS has a Facebook page and is getting ready to launch a blog.


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