Servco Subaru Waialae Hosted Pet Adoption, Food and Supply Drive on Saturday, August 25
August 28, 2012
East Oahu Sun

Oahu SPCA Executive Director Abigail Bingham and Servco Automotive Vice President Kim Randall are joined by puppy friends to thank the public for generous donations during the Servco Subaru Waialae Subaru Pet Adoption, Food and Supply Drive on Saturday, August 25. (Photo credit Tony Grillo)Loving Homes Found for Dogs and Cats; Public Donated Pet Food and Care Supplies

Servco Subaru Waialae invited the public to a pet adoption, food and supply drive on behalf of Oahu SPCA on Saturday, August 25 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.  There was complimentary “Subaru Love a Pet Goodie Bags” with every adoption and adoption fees were waived for current Subaru owners.  Oahu SPCA had dogs and kittens looking for loving homes. In addition, sign wavers encouraged the public to stop by and donate pet care supplies such as bleach, cat litter, dish soap, paper towels, trash bags, old linens (towels, blankets and sheets), pet food and treats.  Kids and families enjoyed shave ice from “Kona Ice Aloha” and a kiosk to take photos with pets for posting on Facebook.

About Subaru Dealers of Hawaii

The Subaru Dealers of Hawaii represent five dealership locations statewide – Big Island Subaru – Hilo and Kona; Island Subaru in Kahului; and Servco Subaru – Mapunapuna and Waialae.  Subaru is the only automotive manufacturer to receive the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (IIHS) Top Safety Picks for all models for the past three years. All Subaru products are built in zero-landfill production plants where 100 percent of waste is recycled or turned into electricity. For additional information on the Subaru Dealers of Hawaii, visit

About Oahu SPCA

The mission of the Oahu SPCA is to reduce euthanasia of Oahu's homeless, abandoned, abused and neglected animals as the largest animal shelter in Hawaii based on a “no-kill” philosophy.  We believe that every healthy, treatable animal will find a forever home. Learn more at or call 808-754-1519.

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