Hawaiian Humane Society announces new rules following COVID-19 spike

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HONOLULU (KHON2) — The Hawaiian Humane Society announced a change to operations for its Moiliili campus following a significant spike in positive COVID-19 cases on Oahu.

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The change was announced on August 10 and will include the following:

  • Walk-in visits for dog adoptions will no longer be allowed.
  • Walk-in visits for cat adoptions will only be allowed if Hawaiian Humane Society staff. determine social distancing can be practiced.
  • Admission center will continue to be open by appointment only.
  • Hours of operation will be modified to 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
  • Walk-in appointments will only be accepted for emergency purposes.
  • A face mask/covering must be worn with proper physical distancing followed.

For emergency walk ins from 6 pm to 10 am, please call 356-2250.

To find out what is considered an emergency, visit their website.

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