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New Practice Manager at Esther Honey Foundation Animal Clinic

New practice manager at pet clinic Rarotonga’s pet population is in even safer hands with the arrival of veterinarian Jess Moore-Jones who has taken up the new role of practice manager at the Esther Honey Foundation Animal Clinic in Nikao. Moore-Jones is now working alongside Esther Honey’s clinic director Gregg Young and the nine volunteers […]

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Esther Honey Foundation reaches desexing goal

WSPA August 2011 Newsletter “…there has been some amazing achievements in the region, particularly the Esther Honey Foundation in the Cook Islands reaching their target of desexing 70 percent of Rarotonga’s dog population. A fantastic result and testament to their commitment to the islands animals.” Cate Edwards Member Society Development Manager Before the Foundation came […]

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Cuddle A Kitty

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TNR succeeds in Cook Islands

ANIMAL PEOPLE July-August 2011   The Cook Islands are unique in the South Pacific in regard to the condition of their dog and cat populations. More than 15 years of veterinary care with an emphasis on making spay/neuter available to every family and every cat and dog has made a significant difference. The Esther Honey […]

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Dog Numbers Drop

Cook Islands Herald – June 08, 2011 In the last 15 years the number of dogs on Rarotonga has dropped from around 6,000 to 2,000. The Cook Islands are unique in the South Pacific in regard to the condition of their dog and cat populations. More than 15 years of verterinary care with an emphasis […]

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EHF named one of the 100 best

Cook Islands News May 21, 2010   EHF one of world’s ‘best 100’ Esther Honey Foundation programs were named one of the world’s ‘best 100 volunteer vacations to enrich your life in  the National Geographic’s 100 Best Vacations series. Author Pam Grout said that the foundation, one of the first,  if not the first organisation […]

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UK vet and nurse pick Raro Cook Islands News

English veterinarian university graduate Laura Musgrove, 23, had a slew of high-tech, big-budget European clinics on her doorstep from which to get her first work experience. Instead, she and a small band of vet-care specialists regularly answer the call of a tiny Pacific Island animal centre with an international reputation – the Esther Honey Foundation, […]

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Surgical Table

Surgical Table Donated

January 12, 2011 Cook Islands News After collecting a near-new steel operating table off the wharf yesterday, Esther Honey Foundation volunteers feel better-prepared to perform surgery on local animals. The table – valued at between $3000 and $4000 (if new) – was a donation from Dr Judy Harbison of  Bulimba Veterinary Clinic in Brisbane, and […]

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Veterinary Foundation Serves Animals in Tropics

Statesman Journal, September 2010 http://estherhoney.org/resources/VeterinaryfoundationservesanimalsintropicsF2.pdf

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Oregon Quarterly – Autumn 2010

“The Esther Honey Foundation, founded by president and CEO Cathy Sue Ragan-Anunsen, was honored for offering one of the world’s 100 best volunteer vacations to enrich your life in National Geographic’s 100 Best Vacations series in 2009. The foundation uses “volun-tourism” to humanely control animal populations and has provided veterinary and education services for South […]

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