Help me bring my cat, Sibeal, back to Hawaii

https://www.gofundme.com/bring-my-cat-back-to-hawaii
I am attempting to bring my beloved cat, Sibeal, back to Hawaii with me, as I am very ill and cannot spend another winter here in Upstate New York. Hawaii has a bunch of regulations about bringing animals into the state, as there are diseases that don’t exist there, such as rabies. I recently discovered that her first vaccine is expired and she needs two vaccines to enter the direct release program. Quarantine would cost me at least $1000, if she doesn’t get both. She only had one shot and it’s expired, which invalidates the shot for Hawaii. There are a bunch of other steps, such as blood tests and microchip, to be done in a certain order. Also, there are processing fees to pay to state of Hawaii. I am disabled on a fixed income and some of these things I will have a difficult time affording.
My baby means so much to me. Sibeal is my one constant in my life, my emotional support, and it would break my heart to leave her behind. If anyone can help, I would be so grateful. You would be helping keep a family together.
Aloha and God bless you.

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Homeless In Hawaii

Homeless in Hawaii

Do any of you care?
Those who are on the streets in Hawaii
There are many families…
You tuck your babies in at night…
Knowing they’ll be alright…
Checking the closet and under the bed for monsters there
Stilling their fright.
What of the babies with no beds for the night?
What of real-life monsters?

You don’t understand, how can you?
You’ve never had to walk in their shoe…
But maybe there is something…
You can collectively do.
Speak up!

You blame the drunk and addict with ease…
Have you forgotten, addiction is a mental dis-ease?
I know it makes you uncomfortable to see…
What some of you’ve got hidden on your family tree…

Disregard the sins of society…
Homelessness is a social malady.
Preventable by the few, ignored by the many.

Billions of dollars go up in smoke,
That wasteful rail project?
Is it worth going broke?
We can’t even feed, clothe and house our Ohanas.
What a joke.

One day we shall all be called to account.
Is this the reward on the wall you will mount?

Someone Who is Real

Sometime ago
You told me you would come to find me
You didn’t
But I never forgot thee
You always lived in my memory.

We both met other people
Fell in love
Got married
But those loves,
They fell apart
You were always deep
In my simple heart.

I had an opportunity
To come home for once
I saw you
& fell once more
Yet I was afraid
Because of all that was being said.

You said once, “don’t marry that man.”
I said,  “he gives me something you never can.”
I never once forgot you, however.
And for the future could not, no matter how I endeavored.

Despite the past
And pondering whether we would even last
I sought you.
And darned if it wasn’t a two-way street
We touched each other’s souls
Whenever we would meet
Never any deceit.

Now I see
How much I truly meant
And how far back affection really goes
I didn’t realize…
That our hearts had crashed long ago…
There’s significance in you.
You are the one I need

Oh M, you are to me,
What he should have been
But things happen the way they do.
And sometimes you have a soulmate or two…
Before you find someone who is Real.
I love you.

Gardening in Hawaii

I’ve been working on a garden for a while now, and battling bugs. After doing research, I learned about spraying the plants with a yeast, sugar and water mixture as well as using little containers with water and rocks in them for homes and water to drink for good bugs. Now waiting for ladybugs and preying mantis to come! Here, I had a visitor of the reptilian variety- a madagascar red gecko, who happily lapped up the sugar mixture.