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Donors Charles Little and Heinz Matysik of law firm Little & Matysik

Local support is critical to keeping the clinic running.

Cook Islands lawyer Charles Little has been a frequent donor and long-time supporter of the foundation. He and his office team have provided loving homes for neglected and homeless animals and funds to support Esther Honey veterinary and education programs. During a recent visit to Rarotonga, the Esther Honey Foundation founder and CEO Cathy Sue […]

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xray donation

New X-ray Unit for Pets

Diagnosing problems with local pets has become a whole lot easier at the island’s only animal clinic thanks to the generous donation of an x-ray machine. The Esther Honey Foundation animal clinic in Nikao received an x-ray machine last week sponsored by the Barton family and The Bond Store. And in its short time on […]

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Rotoract Spring Ball Danceline with Gregg

Rotaract Club’s Annual Spring Ball benefits EHF

Rio madness at children’s ball Cook Islands News Sat 29 Sep “The profits from this year’s ball will go towards animal clinic Esther Honey Foundation.” If you see a flock of brightly-coloured parrots squawking their way around Rarotonga on October 12, don’t be alarmed – it’s just local kids incognito for Rotaract’s Junior Spring Ball. […]

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Takitumu preschool children tour The Esther Honey Foundation

Takitumu Pre-School tours The Esther Honey Foundation Animal Clinic

20 pre-schoolers and 10 supervisors from Takitumu Pre-School recently toured Esther Honey, meeting patients, cuddling kittens, hearing all about how to look after their animals and even putting on their best dancing show for Gregg to say thank you! Each of them was taught about the Five Freedoms for Animals; that they need water and […]

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Happy and healthy kittens

Animal Health Education

Many animal health problems can be prevented by eating a  healthy diet and getting adequate exercise: Overeating,  not getting enough food, not eating the right kind of food, can all have adverse effects on the body…>>

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Local kids Astarlii Taokea, Morgan, Nicole Mangakahia and Poe Tiare Aporo helping Esther Honey Foundation to clean up the beach.

Pet Clinic Volunteers Clean Up

Cook Islands News 25 Jan Local kids are helping out at Esther Honey Foundation this week feeding, cleaning, walking dogs and socialising kittens, but also helping in the neighbourhood by picking up garbage at the local beach. With the amount of youth and volunteers at the clinic that have come to help us in the […]

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Case of the Month

Jelly Bean (affectionately known as JB) was a severe fish poisoning case that has been in the clinic now for over a month. Fish poisoning is a common problem in the Cook Islands.

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Quiz for Animals

Cook Islands News 31-December 2011 A quiz night is being planned by the Esther Honey Foundation Animal Clinic to raise money for the neutering and treatment. The quiz is scheduled for Saturday January 14 at the Tang Tapas Bar in Arorangi’s Crown Beach Resort and Spa from 6.30pm. The event has an animal fancy dress […]

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Angelo Peyroux

Angelo Supports Clinic

Angelo Peyroux of Imanuela Akatemia Christian School donates umbrellas to Gregg Young of Esther Honey to keep the vets and animals dry and cool while they are out in the public at the Saturday Punanga Nui Markets. Angelos family didn’t realise that the young man was volunteering every Saturday at the animal clinic tent at […]

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Meet The Staff

Clinic Director, Gregg Young Gregg Young has been the Clinic Director at the Esther Honey Foundation for two years, and really enjoys working with the local Cook Islands community. His job mostly pertains to the functionality of the clinic and house, but also includes raising awareness in schools about animal welfare, planning Vet Treks out […]

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