Meet the Animals
Meet the Cats
Most of the Sanctuary cats were rescued from feral cat colonies, where they had been abandoned by humans. On the farm, the cats mingle harmoniously with all species of animals.
Allie was found in a field at three weeks of age and required bottle-feeding.
Bindy was kept in a cage and referred to as the Wicked Witch. In truth. Bindi is as sweet as pie.
Barbie was abandoned at a feral cat colony in Kahului. She is affectionate, playful, and loves attention.
Calvin and his sister were rescued after being abandoned in a sugarcane field. These kittens are now so happy that merely speaking to them makes them purr.
Charlotte and her brother were rescued after being abandoned in a sugarcane field. The two kittens have a tight bond.
Etti Lea is a sweet and tame cat who was dumped at a feral colony.
Govinda was rescued with his two siblings. He loves life at the farm.
Grete was living on the streets for eight years. She soaks up love like a sponge.
Hari was rescued as a kitten with his litter-mates.
Julius was rescued by the caregiver at a feral colony.
Li’i’s family lost its home and went to a homeless shelter that prohibited cats.
Lincoln and his mother Mercury purr like cat engines. They were rescued by vacationers on Maui.
Mercury and her son Lincoln are semi-feral cats with loud purr motors.
Mickey, a Chinchilla Silver Persian, was abandoned by someone who moved out of state.
Nathalie was left behind at an apartment complex when the tenants moved away without her.
Reuben is a shy cat who was dumped at a feral cat colony.
Simba came from the humane society.
Sugar is a tame Siamese mix cat who was dumped at a feral colony on Oahu.
Tabitha arrived as an undernourished kitten in need of special care
Teddy was orphaned as a kitten and loves to give hugs.
Your sustaining support helps us provide food, shelter, and veterinary care for rescued animals; and humane education to the community.
Contributions are tax-deductible and go directly toward our life-saving work at Leilani Farm Sanctuary. We are 100% volunteers.
Help us provide care for a rescued animal and receive an “adoption” certificate with a picture of your sponsored animal.
Take a tour in paradise, meet the animals, and learn their stories! Register a spot for a one hour tour on Wednesdays and Saturdays.