Dogs reported missing from Hawaiian Humane Society

Dogs reported missing from Hawaiian Humane Society


The Hawaiian Humane Society is searching for two dogs who disappeared from its facilities on Waialae Avenue Tuesday. The dogs were discovered missing at around 7 p.m. as staff conducted closing checks. Pebbles is a terrier mix, about 2 to 4 years old, and weighs less than 15 pounds. Punu is a 3-year-old pit bull mix and weighs 60 pounds. was actually taken through the back gate because that’s when it was last seen. According to police sources, a man reportedly came to the Hawaiian Humane Society at around 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and asked to see 3-year-old Punu. A staff member let the dog out so that person could walk it. Twenty minutes later, another customer smaller dog, but Pebbles was already on a walk. That’s when the staff member started looking for Punu, but couldn’t locate either of the dogs. The Hawaiian Humane Society recently expanded to include more animal housing and dog pods. Han said the facility is even more secure than before. There’s no surveillance video of anyone leaving with the dogs, but he’s asking the public to take a good look. If you have any information about the dogs, you’re asked to

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