Helping animals live their best quality lives is a priority for the Hawaiian Humane Society. This fall, the Hawaiian Humane celebrated the grand opening of the Community Spay/Neuter Center to the public. At the Society's Moiliili campus, this specialized high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter clinic increases the availability of affordable cat and dog sterilization services for the community.

The availability of low-fee sterilization services is nationally recognized as a critical component in a multi-pronged approach to humanely reduce the number of cats roaming the landscape. The center takes part in the City and County of Honolulu's Feline Fix Program, sterilizing Free-Roaming cats for a $10 certificate fee. The Society's clinic will have the capacity to perform approximately 8,000 spay/neuter surgeries per veterinarian annually. 

There is a serious pet overpopulation problem in Oahu. Spaying and neutering your pet is a way to reduce overpopulation and the number of homeless pets. Sterilized pets live longer, healthier lives and make better companions.

Appointments may be scheduled online or by calling 356-2255.
You can stop by the Hawaiian Humane Society to see all of the animals available for adoption. All cats, dogs and rabbits are already spay and neutered.