There’s a new resource at the Hawaiian Humane Society.
The organization just opened up a community spay-neuter center.
The best part is it’s supposed to be affordable if you need to get your cats or dogs sterilized.
They’ll also perform the procedure on feral cats.
“This clinic is really a dream of ours for many years,” said Hawaiian Humane Society President and CEO Lisa Fowler. “We started looking at what we could do as an organization to impact pet overpopulation. We studied it. We researched it. We looked at all the ways we could do, and we decided that this was the way our organization Hawaiian Humane Society could make the biggest contribution.”
The clinic is located at the Hawaiian Humane Society on Waialae Avenue.
You’ll have to make an appointment online before you go in.