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Kohala Animal Relocation and Education Service

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Purpose and Activities

A WIDESPREAD INTEREST TO CREATE AN ORGANIZATION ADHERING TO A "NO-KILL" PHILOSOPHY GAVE BIRTH TO THE KOHALA ANIMAL RELOCATION AND EDUCATION SERVICE (KARES) WHICH SERVES THE ENTIRE BIG ISLAND OF HAWAII. THE MISSION OF KARES IS TO RESCUE AND RELOCATE ABUSED, ABANDONED AND STRAY DOMESTIC ANIMALS, TO PROVIDE TEMPORARY HOUSING FOR THEM THROUGH OUR FOSTER CARE NETWORK AND TO FACILITATE ADOPTIONS INTO CARING PERMANENT HOMES. KARES FOCUSES ON COMMUNITY EDUCATION TO PROMOTE RESPONSIBLE PET OWNERSHIP AND TO PREVENT ANIMAL CRUELTY. KARES RAISES AWARENESS ABOUT THE CAUSES OF ANIMAL OVERPOPULATION AND ADVOCATES ALTERNATIVE HUMANE SOLUTIONS FOR POPULATION CONTROL INCLUDING SPAY AND NEUTER. KARES MAKES POSSIBLE AFFORDABLE OR FREE SPAY/NEUTER PROCEDURES AND CONDUCTS SPAY/NEUTER CLINICS IN VARIOUS COMMUNITY LOCATIONS. KARES EFFORTS SERVE AS A MODEL FOR ACHIEVABLE ANIMAL WELFARE PROGRAMS FOR ALL COMMUNITIES AROUND THE ISLAND.

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Established in 2009.

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Kohala Animal Relocation and Education Service

Public charity

EIN

270575124

Location

P.O. Box 44670 Kamuela, HI United States 967434670

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