Community Spay/Neuter Center
Starting Wednesday, January 15, the Community Spay/Neuter Center has extended drop-off and pick-up hours for pets and Free-Roaming cats. We will be welcoming owned dogs and cats, as well as Free-Roaming cats, Wednesday through Saturday. We are also able to take in ten Free-Roaming cat walk-ins per day that we are open. Schedule an appointment today.
Start off the new year on the right foot (or paw) by joining the Hawaiian Humane Society and other animal lovers this Saturday, January 25, for our first Paws on the Path outing of 2020. We’ll be hiking Moanalua Trail and will meet at 8 am. View more hike details and driving directions on our Paws on the Path page.
The Hawaiian Humane Society’s foster care program saves hundreds of lives each year with the help of compassionate community members who open their hearts and homes to animals in need of extra TLC or care. Learn more about how to be a foster care volunteer at our next orientation, happening on Saturday, January 25, at 8 am, at our Moiliili campus. Reserve your spot to attend.
Help Support Bill 59
We’re working with City Council on Bill 59 which will help us save lives by increasing the number of pets with permanent ID, making abandoned animals available for adoption more quickly, reducing illness and distress in shelter animals, reducing pet overpopulation, keeping our pets and our community safe and more. Please support Bill 59, CD2 proposed, which will be heard by the Committee on Parks, Community Services and Intergovernmental Affairs on Tuesday, Jan. 21, at 9 a.m. at Honolulu Hale.
Enter the Society’s Mission PAWsible Contest to tell us how you can be a hero for Oahu’s animals. Open to students in grades 6-12, this year’s contest, which features traditional art, digital art and creative writing categories, will have a total of six (6) grand prize winners! Deadline for all entries is March 15, 2020.