Meet the dynamic duo Mother and daughter team . . .

Abigail Santiago & Jane Luce.




Taking on spay/neuter of cat colonies from Pahoa to Hawaiian Paradise Park, and even giving this little guy now named” Tigger” a home.   Tigger an orange friendly tabby was found crying in bewilderment for some humane person to rescue him. He just could not understand what he could have done so wrong to be thrown away like garbage without food, water or shelter.   At this first meeting he was anxious, and soon settled down with bunches of purrs.



       Special thanks to Abigail and Jane for all their hard work, in being “Pono” by helping others in

trapping their cats and getting them spay/neuter.  


They have a cleaning business called “Bonus Maintenances (808) 987-9224

Bonus Maintenance
Hilo, HI
(808) 987-9224


judy1Meet Judy Bird


Trapper and feeder of  HPH cat colony, and an organizer in getting these cat shelters built . . .



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Big – Big Mahalo to Judy Bird a HPH super member, volunteer, and cat caregiver of a cat colony in Keaau.  Judy came up with the idea and designed these feed/shelter houses.  HPH extends our Mahalo to Robert Giotto for building these cat shelters, and to Travis from the Recycle Hawaii for the supplies.   The house has a front and back opening, it keeps the food and cats dry from the very rainy weather.  Judy’s son, Tim, is in the picture giving her a helping hand placing the shelters.  Judy sets a goal and gets it done, well done Judy! The cats are enjoying their shelters.



larryvivianPawzing for major mahalo’s


Meet the Toellners -Vivian and husband Larry Toellner

Hard working Volunteers.


Vivian, our major and most successful fundraiser,

 treasurer  and Board Member for HPH. 


Larry and Vivian are outstanding dedicated animal caring individuals that have donated hundreds of hours of their time, and energy in making HPH one of the best East Island Spay/Neuter animal organizations. Not an easy task as Vivian has a full time job, and Larry is contractor builder of their new home to be.


During our sponsored  April 22, 2010 NeuterScooter,Dr. Peavy’s instrument sterilizing machine stopped working, and without it, it would be difficult  to continue.  A major crisis as 68 animals were already in their pet carriers and live traps for their surgeries.   Larry and Oscar got it fixed in a wink of an eye, and the clinic went on as schedule.  This also benefited all the other Hawaii scheduled NeuterScooter(s).