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Esther Honey centre to stay in Nikao

We are most pleased with our efforts and the public support for helping us stay in Nikao. Here’s an excerpt from the Cook Island News about our progress in this area: In a joint press release by the Esther Honey Foundation and the Cook Islands Investment Corporation (CIIC) they say two alternative locations on government […]

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EHF Celebrates 20 Years of Service to the Cook Islands

Esther Honey celebrate 20 years of care

We are pleased to be featured in the Cook Islands News on their Monday, October 12, 2015 edition as we celebrate 20 years of service in the Cook Islands. Cook Islands News is quoted as saying, EHF was founded by animal advocate Cathy Sue Ragan-Anunsen following a visit to Rarotonga, when she was befriended by […]

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‘Ambassador’ steals hearts in Muri

Here’s an excerpt from the Cook Island News about a famed furry friend that has been the highlight of many visitors stay in Muri. CEO and president of the Esther Honey Foundation, Cathy Ragan-Anunsen, says Cookie is clearly a tourist favourite. “She is only one of the many Rarotonga dogs who serve as ambassadors for […]

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Five Year EHF Volunteer and Treatment Statistics

We are proud to announce our official Five Year EHF Volunteer and Treatment Statistics. We’d like to extend a special thank you to all the volunteers and donors that helped make this possible. If you have interest in serving as an Esther Honey Foundation volunteer or are interested in making a donation please visit either of […]

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Thank you Esther Honey Supporters and Volunteers

This year, because of our donor’s generosity, EHF reached a treatment milestone. The Esther Honey Foundation has provided skilled and compassionate veterinary services for more than 40,000 sick, injured, neglected, abused and homeless Cook Islands animals. Without you and the Esther Honey Foundation, these animals would not receive care. Together, we have also spayed & […]

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Esther Honey Foundation practice manager Carl Hartnett has returned home to Australia.

Esther Honey manager leaves the island

Cook Islands News Monday 23, Sept The Esther Honey Foundation’s practice manager Carl Hartnett said a sad farewell to the Cooks Thursday evening. Hartnett started his work at the foundation in January after moving to the Cooks from Melbourne, Australia. He recently decided to return to Australia to have access to medical treatment that is […]

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Thank You Butler Schein Animal Health

Working as a vet at the Esther Honey Vet Clinic on Rarotonga, there are certain common problems that we deal with day in and day out. One of the biggest problems is fleas. Following closely behind is intestinal worms. While it’s the more dramatic cases that tend to catch people’s attention (dogs hit by cars, […]

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Jazz Dinner Raises Money for EHF

Mulgoa Valley Gazette The 10th Annual Charity Jazz Dinner took place last month at the fabulous Twin Creeks Golf and Country Club in Luddenham. The night was superbly co-ordinated by Dr Adrian Sheen and was a huge success. This year, the event celebrated its 10th year and proudly supported the Esther Honey Foundation (EHF). The […]

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NZ High Commission & Hash House Harriers hold fundraiser for Esther Honey Founda

Dinner Gives Esther Honey a Hand

Cook Islands News 25 June 2013  A pot luck BBQ dinner fundraiser to provide cash injection for the Esther Honey Foundation was held on Saturday night at the NZ High Commission residence with the help of the Rarotonga Hash Harriers, Hussies and Hoffspring. The evening, the idea of Leoni Carter, wife of NZ High Commissioner […]

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Australian Vets Help Out

The Esther Honey Foundation thanks Australian vets Cathy O’Neil and Tracey Kloos from Macquarie Road Vetz who not only volunteered their considerable skills at the Esther Honey Foundation Clinic but also solicited donations of more than $15,500 in veterinary supplies including contributions from Genvet and Saxon vet suppliers to bring with them! Tracey and Cathy […]

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