Volunteer Veterinary Care for South Pacific Island Animals

The Esther Honey Foundation | Together, the difference we make for animals and their communities can be permanent.

The Esther Honey Foundation delivers a scientifically-proven, permanent and compassionate solution to the over-population of South Pacific Island dogs and cats by offering affordable, high-quality veterinary services with an emphasis on spay/neuter and humane education.

The Esther Honey Foundation improves the health conditions and quality of life for these animals and their communities by developing the programs, raising the funds, providing the drugs, supplies, equipment and recruiting the volunteers necessary to fulfill the foundation’s mission.

Wherever EHF provides service, all animals, whether homeless or with guardians, receive comparable care and no healthy animal is euthanized.

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EHF gets $700 Gift

Esther Honey Foundation clinic director Gregg Young (left) receives a $700 cheque from the staff at Island Hopper Vacations. PHOTO MOUSIE SKEWS 12122701

Esther Honey Gets $700 Gift

 

Sabine and Santa

Sabine, at the Dive Centre and Santa the fairy tern.

Unsung Hero finds joy in helping fairy terns get their wings >>

 

The Australian paddling crew, Rogz for Dogz, were on site last week to make the generous donation to The Esther Honey Foundation in their fifth consecutive year of doing it.

The Australian paddling crew, Rogz for Dogz, were on site last week to make the generous donation to The Esther Honey Foundation in their fifth consecutive year of doing it.

veterinary nurse Kate Opitz

Vet nurse Kate Opitz, with some of her pals from NT Veterinary Services, is ready to help animals in need as a volunteer to the Cook Islands. Photo property of Katherine Times.

Cook Islands News

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Rotarat Junior Ball

Meitaki Ma’ata Rotaract!

97% of our expenditures go directly to animal program services

 

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