Why ‘no-kill’ shelters can be misleading



HONOLULU (KHON2) – A group of former volunteers from the Oahu S-P-C-A and animal lovers protested outside the Hawaii State Capitol on Saturday after they say the “no-kill” shelter euthanized two dogs last week.

“They are claiming to be a ‘no-kill’ shelter but they euthanized two of our animals—one of which had a home the day before she was to be euthanized, she had an adopter,” said Cyn Okido, former OSPCA volunteer of nine years.

Okido and several others had been volunteers at OSPCA up until last week.

Many of them got to know the two dogs, Nikki and Mama Mia, and would take them on walks.


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