HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - With all the fireworks ban taking effect in 2011, it's expected to be an epic New Year's celebration. If you have trouble with smoke and noise, imagine how your pets feel. Starr Dods is here from the Hawaiian Humane Society to help you make sure your pets are ready.
Hawaiian Humane Society:
Contact 356-2229 for Microchip Update Form
Contact 946-2187 to report a lost or found pet
The Hawaiian Humane Society reminds people that New Year's celebrations can frighten pets and they may become lost if outdoors. "Fireworks noise and lights can be scary for animals," says Pamela Burns, Hawaiian Humane Society president and CEO. "Keeping your animals indoors will keep them safe. More importantly, people should have their pets microchipped and keep their current contact information on file with the Humane Society in the event of a lost pet."
The Humane Society encourages the following precautions:
For more on the Humane Society, visit hawaiianhumane.org. The website features a list of all programs, upcoming events and a selection of photos of animals that are immediately available for adoption.
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