HONOLULU (KHON2) — The Hawaiian Humane Society is asking the public to participate in their Couch Crashers program that allows you to foster a dog for a short period of time.
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“This week, the Hawaiian Humane Society reached a critical point in capacity for dogs in need of care.” said the Hawaiian Humane Society.
They are asking the community to show compassion and kōkua.
The Couch Crashers program is a short-term foster program that allows dogs to have a healthier experience since living in a shelter is stressful.
The lack of pet friendly housing is causing an upsurge in dogs who are surrendered to the humane society or possibly abandoned.
To participate, you can go by the Hawaiian Humane Society each day from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and check in at the Couch Crashers consultation table.
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For those who fall so deeply in love with their foster puppy that they have to give them a forever home, O’ahu’s Humane Society will be offering dog adoptions for $14 until Feb. 19.