They are known to be a radical group here on the island. Most other reputable rescue groups will have nothing to do with them. Among other things,they require that their animals be vegetarian - after 8000 years!. They don't accept money for their pets (it's against their principles), but accept part of other groups adoptions fees for "services rendered" (seems very hypocritical,right). They were known for their rescue services, but are now turning away animals and groups in large numbers.
If you don't do things their way, they are known to be very vindictive (protests at Hawaiian Humane Society fundraisers - like they don't take enough crap, and a variety of other venues) and put their own interests ahead of the animals.
Please visit any of the other shelters on Oahu.... somewhere that they put the animals first, not their own program.