Other Rescue Organizations – Click on name for Facebook Page
Cat Friends – Spay Neuter Clinics / TNR advocacy
Catopia– Community Cat Assistance & Advice
Clowder House – special needs cats
Popoki Place – A Sanctuary for Cats – (website)
Facebook Cat Groups
Spay/Neuter – TNR
Oahu is large and the cat population is pervasive. Lucky Paws is not a vet clinic. We do not offer vet services or spay neuter surgeries here.
We rely mostly on volunteers and we can’t provide a directing trapping service at this time.
Therefore, we want to empower citizens to take charge and help themselves!
1. Make an appointment at the Spay/Neuter Center or Vet.
2. Contact us to teach you how to trap the animals in your area of concern.
3. We will lend you a trap! *based on availability.
4. Trap your kitties and get them to their appointment.
5. After you pick them up from their fix, hold them in a calm place for 24 hours then release them to their original environment.
Aloha Kitty TNR – Trap – Neuter – Release – Manage program and education.
Cat Friends – Oahu free-roaming cats: Clinics, TNR, Education
Hawaiian Humane Society – City & County Feline Fix program:
Get more information at: Ginny Tiu Community Spay/Neuter Center
We also rely on our local vets practices to fix animals:
Aloha Affordable Vet Service
Pearl Kai Shopping Center near Urgent Care
98-199 Kamehameha Hwy Suite F2, Aiea, HI 96701
848 Ala Lilikoi St #101, Honolulu, HI 96818
Feather & Fur Animal Hospital
25 Kaneohe Bay Dr #260, Kailua, HI 96734
The Honolulu Pet Clinic
1115 Young St, Honolulu, HI 96814
Hawaii Kai Vet
7192 Kalanianaʻole Hwy Suite G102, Honolulu, HI 968254
Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital
94-485 Koaki St, Waipahu, HI 96797
Register your microchip:
AHAA Microchip Number Lookup – Scan your kitty at any vet or PetSmart store,
then enter here to locate the company it was registered to.
Let Mother and Kittens Thrive Outside
If you find kittens outdoors, DO NOT pick them up and take them indoors. Their mother is probably close by so please… Leave Them Be.
Why Shouldn’t I Take Kittens Inside?
Separating kittens younger than 8 weeks old from their mother is harmful to their wellbeing. Kittens need their mother and she is their best possible caregiver
What About an Animal Shelter?
Do not take mother cats or kittens to an animal shelter. Most shelters don’t have programs to provide the care unweaned kittens need. There is a risk the kittens will be killed.
How Can I Help?
You can help kittens by providing their mother with essentials like:
• Regular food and water. Get the details at alleycat.org/BestPractices.
• An outdoor shelter. Find options at alleycat.org/ShelterGallery.
• Peace and quiet. Keep an eye on mother and kittens but leave them be.
I Don’t See the Mother Cat
That doesn’t mean the kittens are abandoned or orphaned. Mothers RARELY abandon their offspring. Their mother may just be out looking for food.
She might even be hiding from you. Check on kittens for several hours, staying out of sight, to see if their mother returns.
What if the Kittens are Sick?
Contact your local veterinarian for help right away if the mother cat or kittens appear ill or injured.
How to TNR Cats
Alley Cat Allies: www.youtube.com/AlleyCatAllies
Kitten Lady: https://youtu.be/wF_omFE7Etc?feature=shared
GRANTS AND FUNDING FOR ANIMAL CARE
“To create a world where no family pet dies due to financial hardship.”
Red Rover Relief
Preserving the human-animal bond by providing financial assistance, resources and support to low-income individuals and survivors of domestic violence and their pets, so families can escape abuse together and stay together.
Brown Dog Foundation
is dedicated to maintaining the bond between pets and their families during times of financial crisis when their pet requires life-saving treatment or life-sustaining medications. The family must complete an “apply for assistance“survey online. This generates an email reviewed by a Case Manager within 24 hours.
The Mosby Foundation
is organized exclusively for charitable purposes to assist in the care for critically sick, injured, abused and neglected dogs through financial support and public education.
Applying for financial assistance from Oscar’s Cause is a simple process, but we regret that not all situations will meet our funding criteria. To ensure that we can make the best use of our funds, we have set guidelines for eligibility for assistance, and procedures for applying, reviewing applications, making payments, and following up after the funding has been made.
The Handicapped Pets foundation
is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation dedicated to the health and well-being of elderly, disabled, and injured pets. We donate new or reconditioned wheelchairs to pets-in-need.
is a nonprofit organization with a single purpose: to provide financial assistance nationwide for the medical care of pets whose owners are unable to afford the expense.
Friends & Vets Helping Pets
is here to help during this difficult time. Grants are made to individuals and families whose ability to pay is extremely limited, but also to those of somewhat more substantial means, up to 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines, who may only need minor subsidy to meet the veterinary expenses. Financial aid is intended as a supplement to family resources. All
applicants must be prepared to show financial need.
The Pet Fund
is a registered 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization that provides financial assistance to owners of domestic animals in the United States who need veterinary care.
Magic Bullet Fund
Financial assistance for Cats & Dogs with Cancer
is an online community for those with animals that require significant medical care to have a central place to inform family and friends and to solicit financial help.
For the Love of Alex
is a non-profit that offers emergency funding to low-income families for urgent and lifesaving pet care. Pet owners can go on their website and submit an application. Pets must be spayed or neutered to be considered.