Animal Admissions

The Hawaiian Humane Society is Oʻahu’s largest animal welfare organization that welcomes all animals. We are also an amnesty site for animals illegally brought to Hawaiʻi. 


Admissions Center Hours

The Hawaiian Humane Admissions Center is open by appointment only, with open hours from 10 am to 5 pm Wednesday through Sunday (closed on Monday and Tuesday). Click the button to the right 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 5 pm to 10 am, please call 808-356-2250 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: 

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 Ginny Tiu 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 on the right 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.

Need Directions?

The Hawaiian Humane Society’s Admissions Center is located at the ʻewa end of our Mōʻiliʻili campus with the parking entrance located off of Kehena Place. Please refer to the campus map below for our parking and building entrance.