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 “Honey” a lovely golden dog who frequented her accommodation.
While leaving a donation in appreciation of Honey’s company, Ragan-Anunsen learned that there were six thousand dogs and eight thousand cats on Rarotonga but no veterinary services in the country.
Asked to help, Ragan-Anunsen returned to her home in Oregon and began to assemble all of the components necessary to establish the Cook Islands’ only veterinary hospital and humane animal population management programme.
Named in honour of the founder’s grandmother and after that inspiring Raro canine, the Esther Honey Foundation Animal Clinic opened its doors in 1995.
We are honored to have served the Cook Islands for the past 20 years and we look forward to the next 20 as well. You can read the full article on the Cook Island News website at this link: http://www.cookislandsnews.com/national/local/item/54333-esther-honey-celebrate-20-years-of-care/54333-esther-honey-celebrate-20-years-of-care