Following the end of the program’s three-month extension, sales of Feline Fix certificates will be temporarily on hold to allow for a contract adjustment as of Friday, November 9.
The City remains committed to continue funding the program and will complete adjustments to the existing contract within the next month, when services are expected to resume. Certificates purchased before November 9 are valid for 90 days from the date of purchase.
Starting November 9, Hawaiian Humane will be offering $10 sterilizations for Free-Roaming Cats until sales of Feline Fix certificates resume. To book an appointment, call 356-2200 or 356-2255, or schedule online.
See below for more information about the program.
Learn more about the program in our Feline Fix brochure.
Veterinarians islandwide are offering reduced-rate sterilization surgeries for Free-Roaming cats in partnership with the City & County of Honolulu. Free-Roaming cats are a diverse population that can include feral, abandoned and lost pets, as well as owned cats that are allowed outside.
The following mandatory services are covered
• Anesthesia for the surgery
• Sterilization surgery
• Ear Notch
Each Free-Roaming cat sterilized will be microchipped to the certificate holder and an ear notch will be used to denote that the cat has been spayed/neutered. Male cats are notched on the left ear and females on the right.
Participating Veterinary Clinics
Veterinarians decide if animals are medically fit for surgery. Any additional fees could include the cost of medications and services required for treatment related to post-surgical complications.
Aloha Affordable Veterinary Services, 445-4624
Cat-Bird Veterinary Mobile Hospital, 551-7289
Hawaiian Humane Society, 356-2200
Oahu SPCA, 754-1519
Ohana Veterinary Hospital, 845-1762
The Pet Doctor, 733-8828