HONOLULU (KHON2) — On this Wags ‘n Whiskers, we feature an animal that has a remarkable comeback story.
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Mahalo Car Share has abandoned lock boxes and switched to handing customers the keys when they pick up the car, and visa versa when they return. Police said over 30% of motor vehicle thefts in 2023 involved people leaving their keys in or around the vehicle.
“We would really like the public to be aware of what we call key discipline, keeping their keys in a, in a safe place, especially when they go to surf spots or beach parks, things like that,” Lt. Trent said.
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Police said Toyata Tacomas, Ford vans and trucks, as well as various Kia and Hyundai models have been commonly-targeted vehicles in 2023.
Pickles was found back in 2022, stuffed in a trash bag on the side of the road and was left for dead. She was also suffering from severe mange.
Pickles spent several weeks at the Hawaiian Humane Society, then in a foster home before she was adopted by a family. And while that should have been her happily ever after, Pickles was brought back to the shelter due to unexpected life changes.
You can now help give her the loving life she deserves. Pickles is one-and-a-half years old and is 35 pounds. She does have heartworm but her condition is treatable.
If you’d like to open up your home to her, you can visit her at the Hawaiian Humane Society’s Moiliili campus.
While the Hawaiian Humane Society’s Veterans Day Adoption Special ended on Wednesday, Nov. 15, you can still take advantage of its Thanksgiving special.
The special will begin on Thursday, Nov. 16 when all adoption fees for all animals will be completely waived. This comes as an incentive for pet adoption sponsored by Petco Love.
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The Thanksgiving special will run through Sunday, Nov. 26 at the Hawaiian Humane Society’s main campus and its Kosasa Family Campus at Hoopili.