Feral Cat Sterilizations



Hawaiian Humane Society's Feral Cat Sterilization Service


Fees

$5 feral fix offer
Free feral sterilizations only from December through January. All must pay $5 for the microchip, which includes registration in the Humane Society database.  All cats’ ears will be tipped as visual ID to let people know that they are fixed. Borrow a trap from us and help reduce cat overpopulation humanely.


Hawaiian Humane Society supports responsible Trap-Neuter-Return-Manage (TNRM), a humane and effective long-term strategy to reduce the number of community cats at large and improve their quality of life. Those caring for ferals are independent caregivers and not Humane Society volunteers. Those who use our sterilization service are encouraged to seek landowner permission to care for cats.

When people trap, neuter and then return cats to their colonies, the population stabilizes and decreases as cats live out their natural lives without reproducing. As a result, millions of unwanted kittens have been spared from life on the streets. Learn more about using humane traps, which we loan out.

Due to limited appointments, this service is for feral cats, not owned pets. We encourage timely drop off and pick ups for this service as holding capacity is limited.

In the last five years, we have helped more than 12,000 feral cats at a cost of over $250,000 for needed sterilizations. This service is funded entirely by charitable gifts.

Spay & Neuter Service for Ferals
• Read our Surgery Admission Form, complete the Feral Cat Agreement and bring it with you to our Admissions Center. 
• Call our feral cat information line at 356-2254 for available surgery dates.
• To schedule an appointment call 356-2239.

Community Resources
Help cats by sharing 
this poster
Learn about some of Oahu's 
community organizations that help
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Read this Star Advertiser commentary by the Humane Society
• Poi Dogs & Popoki offers low-cost sterilization through their mobile clinic
• Cat Friends offers low-cost sterilizations for kitties
Read the Humane Society’s Feral Cat Brochure