We're happy to announce that on June 1 the Hawaiian Humane Society will enter our next phase of response to COVID-19 and will be expanding more of our services. Throughout our response to the COVID-19 crisis, a key priority has been to keep our animals, our guests and our staff safe. We have been carefully following guidance from our state and city leaders as well as public health officials and will continue this practice as we moving forward. As more programs and services resume operations, responsible physical distancing and proper face coverings are still required on campus.
View a few of our program updates below and find more information on our site here.
Adoptions Center Hours Will Be Extended
Weekdays - 11 am to 7 pm
Weekends - 10 am to 6 pm
Adoptions will continue to be on an appointment basis only, but guests will have the option to conduct their appointment online and by phone with an adoptions representative, or to visit our campus and view pets in person at the time of their appointment.
Additional Day Added to Pet Food Bank Distribution Schedule
Our Pet Food Bank will now be open weekly on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays, from 10 am to 1 pm.
Admissions Hours Will Be Extended
Open 7 days a week – By appointment only, from 7 am to 8 pm
Stray animal admission
Cat trap rentals (for TNRM use only)
Foster care exams
Note: PACT (Post-Adoption Care Treatment) and foster care exams will be done seven days a week, from 10 am to 5:30 pm only (by appointment).
Emergency calls from 8 pm to 7 am should be directed to 356-2255. This includes cases such as:
Animals in distress/danger
Aggressive animals/loose aggressive
Emergency euthanasia request
Our Community Spay/Neuter Center Will Resume Booking Appointments
Our clinic is now calling previously scheduled pet owners whose appointments were delayed due to COVID-19 and re-booking. New appointment requests will be accepted beginning June 3. To book an appointment, please visit HawaiianHumane.org/SpayNeuterCenter.
June is Love-A-Cat month and our friends at Crazy Shirts are celebrating with their newest Adopt-A-Cat t-shirt! This sweet design, featuring lovable cats enjoying tasty shave ice, is printed on their brand-new strawberry dye tees. You can find this exclusive shirt in a variety of sizes for men, women and children. Best of all, Crazy Shirts is generously donating a portion of the proceeds to the Hawaiian Humane Society, helping Oahu’s animals find families to love. Support a great cause and look cool just in time for summer! Purchase your shirt today by visiting CrazyShirts.com or visiting you nearest Crazy Shirts retail store. To place a phone order or ask questions, contact them toll-free at 1-800-771-2720.
Every pet is a star! You can help support our life-changing programs and services and showcase your pet by entering our 2021 Pets in Paradise Calendar™ Contest.
Submit your pet’s photo for just $25 and ask your friends and family to vote for their favorite entry for a $1 per-vote donation ($5 minimum).
Photo submissions and votes will be accepted June 1 through June 30, 2020. Visit our 2021 Pets in Paradise Calendar Contest page to learn more about this year's contest rules and photo requirements, as well as the awesome potential prizes!
For sponsorship inquiries or contest questions, contact Special Events Manager Christina Morisato at (808) 356-2247 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saying goodbye to a beloved pet is never easy. Find comfort and compassion in the Hawaiian Humane Society's Pet Loss Support Group, facilitated by counselor Rosemarie Grigg.
Our next meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 2, at 6:30 pm, via video conference. Spaces are limited and open to the public as well as current attendees. To RSVP and receive the link to join the private virtual meeting, email email@example.com.
Learn more about the stages of grief, what to tell kids and pet loss support hotlines and books in our pet loss brochure.
Pet Loss Support Group Tuesday, June 2, at 6:30 pm Private Virtual Meeting via Zoom
Item donations directly help people and pets in need across Oahu. There are a few items that we are currently in particular need of, which can be purchased through Amazon Smile and delivered directly to our Moiliili campus!
Donate via Hawaiian Humane's Amazon Smile Wish List
As the Hawaiian Humane Society remains open with essential services, we continue to help people and pets through various functions like adoptions, foster care, admissions, our Pet Food Bank and more. Your donation of food, treats or needed items goes directly to animals utilizing these programs on campus or off-site. Currently, we are especially in need of harnesses, reusable tote bags (used for providing supplies to volunteers) and leashes, in addition to other items. All donations help animals in our care or go back to the community to support local pets.
You can send any Amazon Smile Wish List items directly to our campus at:
Hawaiian Humane Society - Donations 2700 Waialae Ave. Honolulu, HI 96826
A few weeks ago, Lisa Ann and her family adopted Kia’i, a 4-month-old puppy. After living in his new home for a week, Kia’i quickly formed a special bond with his big sister. The two love spending time together, even if that time is spent napping! Mahalo to Lisa Ann and her family for welcoming Kia’i into their home and giving him so much love (and snuggles)!
As we work toward re-opening in a manner that's safest for our animals, volunteers and staff, adoptions continue to be by appointment only with scheduling available by email request to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you're interested in learning more about adopting, send an email and our team will reach out to coordinate next steps.
Do you have a Hawaiian Humane Happy Tail of your own that you'd like to share? Send us your story and a photo (or two) to email@example.com for a chance to be featured in an upcoming e-newsletter or on our social media!
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KHON Wake Up 2Day
Youth Programs Coordinator Anne Mukai joined the KHON morning team to share how we're providing virtual learning opportunities to the students and teachers of Oahu during the current COVID-19 crisis.