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Lanai Cat Sanctuary

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Lanai Cat Sanctuary

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1 Kaupili Road, Lanai City, Lanai, HI 96763
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HeatherfromLanai wrote a review Aug 2020
Lanai City, Hawaii14 contributions2 helpful votes
The cat sanctuary is very clean and the cats are well cared for but really the landscaping, sitting areas and staff do an outstanding job.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Go574413 wrote a review May 2020
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Great fun if you love cats! They started this Sanctuary to help save wild birds from feral cats on the island. They now have over 600 friendly felines in a protected area. Worth a visit!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Nancy R wrote a review Apr 2020
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania98 contributions43 helpful votes
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While on Maui, I decided to take the ferry ride from Lahaina Harbor to the Island of Lanai to visit the Lanai Cat Sanctuary. I paid $97 that included the round trip ferry ride and the round trip shuttle to the sanctuary. It was about an hour ferry ride beginning at 9:15 a.m. Once on Lanai, I boarded a shuttle van to the Cat Sanctuary. There is no fee to get into the Sanctuary although a donation to it is welcome. The donation supports the feeding and medical needs of the cats. The cat population there is approximately 500 cats! Upon entering the enclosure, I was given a small bag of cat food, As I approached the cats, they began to come toward me. It was an incredible feeling having 20-30 cats rush toward me all at once! I absolutely loved it! I sat on a bench feeding the little ones surrounding me! The setting is rustic. So, wear athletic shoes. My advice, do not wear sandals. There is a Public Rest Room and a small store on the Dock on Lanai. I got back to Lahaina around 4:30. It was one of my favorite adventures to the islands.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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7wonderstraveler wrote a review Mar 2020
Hugo, Minnesota945 contributions213 helpful votes
This is a must do while on this beautiful island of Lanai. The cat sanctuary saves feral cats from starving and at the same time saves birds. There are about 600 cats in this sanctuary, but one doesn’t see all at once. Some are in the process of getting fixed, medical needs, and maybe just not ready to be in the public. Most are very friendly and I had Charms that just wanted to cuddle on my lap. It doesn’t cost anything, but donations are accepted. It was a fun time by me and my friends.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Rhonda W wrote a review Mar 2020
Denare Beach, Canada47 contributions48 helpful votes
My daughter and I took the ferry over to Lanai from Maui for a few hours to see the cats at the sanctuary. We didn't book a shuttle or anything but there was lots available when we arrived. They charged $10 each each way which I thought was fair. Let me start by saying I am an avid animal advicate. When I arrived I was blown away at how well taken care of these cats are! We were given treats to give to the cats and they climbed all over us...quite literally! I loved how there was a big open space for the more outgoing cats who wanted the attention, but there was also alot of private space for ones that didn't want the attention. There was lots of water and food available. The one thing I did notice was that many cats had "gunky" eyes. Not sure what that was about. My favorite was the area where they keep the feline HIV cats. An older guy named Handle? I think stole my heart! On my way out I noticed there was a senior area. I wish I had seen it earlier as I definately would've spent more time in there. It is free admission but they run on donations so please give what you can. I proudly wore my new T-shirt home that I bought from there. If you are a kitty lover this place is heaven on earth!!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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