HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The Hawaiian Humane Society is asking for help after rescuing more 150 dogs found living in filth and feces at a Waimanalo puppy farm. Each animal is being evaluated, vaccinated and fed.
"Usually when an animal comes through here we wait 24 hours to actually do an entire assessment on their health and behavior. Gives them a chance to calm down," said Hawaiian Humane Society spokesperson Starr Dods.
The nonprofit needs help dealing with such a large-scale operation. It's asking the public for supplies such as wire kennels, stainless steel bowls, clean towels, and unopened dog food.
You can drop off any donations at the agency's location on Waialae Avenue.