The Hawaiian Humane Society’s Admissions Center is located at the ewa end of our Mōiliili campus entrance off of Kehena Place. Please refer to the campus map below for our parking and building entrance.
The Hawaiian Humane Society welcomes all animals and about 65 arrive daily. There are no fees to bring in stray animals. Here are some of Oahu’s other community resources and a directory of animal services organizations.
The Admissions Center is open by appointment only, with open hours from 7 am to 8 pm, seven days a week. Click the button below to make an appointment. Walk-ins will only be accepted for emergencies such as:
- Injured or ill animal
- Abandoned animal
- Stray animal that cannot be kept by the finder
- Deceased animal
- Owner-requested emergency euthanasia
From 6 pm to 10 am, please call 356-2250 for emergencies and cases such as:
- Animals in distress/danger
- Aggressive dogs or loose aggressive dogs
- Owner-requested emergency euthanasia
The Admissions Center is open by appointment only for the following services:
- Owner-requested euthanasia
- Lost and found
- Stray animal admissions
- Humane cat trap rentals (for TNRM only)
- Owner surrenders
- Pet microchipping
- Post-Adoption exams
- Foster care exams
We are currently not accepting any trapped stray cats. For Trap Neuter Return Manage (TNRM) services, all trapped stray cats must be seen through the Community Spay/Neuter Center.
PACT (Post Adoption Care Treatment) and foster care exams will be done seven days a week, from 10 am to 5:30 pm, by appointment only.
Make an Appointment
Click the button below to view Hawaiian Humane’s appointment portal and schedule an appointment for the admissions service you’re interested in. Please note: A photo ID is required at the time of all appointments.
Schedule an appointment – Having detailed information about your pet(s) behavior, health history and other details allows our staff to better assist your animal(s). Make an appointment to meet with a member of our admissions team to help us learn more about the animal(s).
Schedule an appointment to surrender your pet(s). Appointments must be made 24 hours in advance. The fee to surrender an owned pet is $35. There is no fee to turn in a found stray pet. To schedule an appointment, click the button below.
What to bring to the shelter when surrendering your pet
- Pet records – Bring a copy of your pet’s vaccination and veterinary records.
- Behavior information – Be prepared to discuss your pet’s daily habits and behaviors. Questionnaires for dogs, cats and small animals should be filled out to provide greater detail about your pet’s background/history.
- Safe transportation – Be sure that dogs are on leashes and cats or other small animals are in carriers.
- Payment method (Cash or Credit) – There is a $35 fee for surrendering owned pets. There is no fee to turn in a found stray pet.
What to expect
- Cost to bring in your pet
- The fee to surrender a pet is $35.
We do not rent out dog traps or chicken traps.
Effective July 1, 2020, City & County of Honolulu regulations no longer require purchase of a dog license, instead all dogs and cats must be microchipped. See our pet identification page for further details.
Hawaiian Humane no longer sells dog licenses. To make an appointment for a microchip, please click the button below. The microchip fee is $20.
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These federally protected birds should be left alone, undisturbed, or be immediately taken to Honolulu Zoo or Sea Life Park to undergo rehabilitation and release. If moving, gently pick up the bird from behind with a towel, carefully wrapping the material completely around the bird’s back and wings. Place the bird in a ventilated container and do not feed, water or handle.
As an amnesty site, animals that are illegal in Hawaii can be brought to us with no questions asked.