Several dogs were up for adoption Saturday at a local car dealership
The Oahu SPCA held the Love a Pet event at the Subaru car lot on Waialae Avenue to encourage people to adopt and donate to your local animal shelter.
And Duncan was one of four dogs up for adoption.
"I think the message were trying to portray is don't shop adopt, there are so many needy animals and local shelters that are just dying to find good homes and comfy couch to lay on and have a family to call their own," said Oahu SPCA executive director Abigail Bingham.
Adoption fees ranged from $60 to $200 which covered costs for neutering, microchipping and vaccinations.
This is the fourth time Subaru and the Oahu SPCA have partnered up to hold this event.
Anger towards an airline and aloha for a 90-year-old survivor of the Pearl Harbor attack in World War II are being expressed online after the veteran was bumped from a flight to Hawaii.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie announced Friday that the State of Hawaii ended fiscal year 2013 with a positive fund balance of $844 million. The state's positive balance marks a $1.1 billion turn-around since the governor took office.
Dana Rapozo has spent more than 30 years in prison for murder. On Friday, he was back in court to be resentenced.