Community Service Projects

shelter19In July of 2009, the UAN(United Animal Nations) along with more than 50 Oahu volunteers rescued nearly 400 dogs, cats and birds from an animal shelter in Waianae called Animal Haven.? Tails of Aloha founder Gayle Igarashi who is Hawaii’s UAN Coordinator along with her team of volunteers helped with the rescue and shelter set up.? Tails of Aloha is still currently volunteering their help to the OahuSPCA to clean, feed and care for the dogs/cats that are still at the shelter waiting to find a good home. The experience for all of us has been a emotional but yet rewarding one, to see the love and compassion that everyone gave to all these animals as they were brought to the shelter will forever stay in our hearts and minds, we were all fortunate to be a part of an overwhelming rescue.? Read more in the article from the Star Bulletin.

1000hoursIn November of 2009, Tails of Aloha received? recognition for completing over 1000 hours of community service at the OahuSPCA.? All of the members some of who are not in this photo has worked very hard since the time of the seizure, our love for animals and dedication to helping them was what kept all of us going.? We continue to volunteer at Cat Friends helping with their spay/neuter program, and hope to be able to help as much animals that need our love and care!