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Longing for the cat you left at home? Don't miss Lanai`s open-air sanctuary, a happy haven for spayed and neutered cats. Imagine a large playground in paradise, where over 600 cats romp and play in Hawaii's sunshine, and snooze under shady trees...more
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The cat sanctuary didn’t disappoint. There’s many cats, but they have been given a wonderful large space to live and there’s many that live to play and beg for treats. They can lounge in the shade, in structures, or even on your lap. It was...More
Our cruise didn't stop in Lanai so we took the ferry from Maui (Lahaina Port). We heard about the sanctuary on TV (in New York!) and had to see it for ourselves. The tour group Lost in Lanai arranged the ferry and transportation to the...More
I visited this wonderful Sanctuary on 5/7/2019. I was in heaven, there was not one cat I met that I didn't love. There is so much love and kindness there. It was the highlight of my trip to Hawaii. I hope to have the health...More
The Lanai Cat Sanctuary is one of the highlights of our Maui trip. You can get to Lanai via ferry or plane from Maui or by plane from the other Hawaiian Islands. We have been to Lani before but failed to visit the Cat Sanctuary...More
These volunteers have done an amazing job of building a sanctuary for the feral cats of Lanai, providing shelter, food, and medical care. They've saved the lives of hundreds of cats, and also helped preserve the bird population on the island.
The cat sanctuary is a reason alone to visit Lanai. The staff are so nice and the cats are friendly. You can sit and relax and participate by feeding and playing with all the cats. It was the favorite part of our family trip that...More
My family really like cats, but we don't have any at home, because my husband is very allergic. Being outdoors plus a Claritin let him enjoy petting and feeding the cats some treats was a great experience. Most of the cats are fun to feed...More
My daughter has found her little piece of heaven on earth. I was skeptical about visiting a place with feral cats. Honestly these cats are friendly than my own. It is a wonderful thing these people are doing. If you are on Maui take the...More
The cat sanctuary does a terrific job on Lanai caring for feral cats, protecting the natural environment by reducing their predation of native birds and mammals, and offering a treat for cat lovers who visit.
It is divided into three distinct areas: an adaptation area...More
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It's about a 45 minute ride from Lahaina to the dock on the island of Lanai. A shuttle bus meets you at the dock and can take you to the sanctuary in about 20 minutes. Plan on spending at least two hours at the sanctuary... More
It's about a 45 minute ride from Lahaina to the dock on the island of Lanai. A shuttle bus meets you at the dock and can take you to the sanctuary in about 20 minutes. Plan on spending at least two hours at the sanctuary (and arrange with your driver a pickup time). Each shuttle ride is presently $10 per person.
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