Kitten Kit Form

Thank you for your support in caring for orphaned kittens in your home until they are 8 weeks old or of weight for spay/neuter surgery. If mom has truly not returned after several hours, newborn kittens will require human intervention and round-the-clock care, including bottle-feeding and more.
Please complete the form below prior to picking up your kit. Simply show a screenshot or a print out of your completed form to a staff member when you pick up your kit. If you need assistance completing this form, please call 356-2200 or visit us.

Hawaiian Humane can help to get you started by offering Kitten Kits at no cost. 

Pick up locations for Kitten Kits include:  

  • Adoption Center: 7 days a week, 11 am – 6 pm  
  • Ginny Tiu Spay/Neuter Center: Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday: 7 - 9 am and 4:30 - 5:30 pm
  • Admissions Center: 7 days a week, 7 am – 7 pm 
  • Administrative Reception: Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm 
  • Waipahu Pet Kokua Center: Sunday: 10 am – 1:30 pm, Monday – Wednesday: 1 – 5:30 pm, Thursday, Friday & Saturday: Closed 
  • Humane Investigators on the road, island wide 

Hawaiian Humane Kitten Kits include:

  • 12oz can of KMR (Kitten Formula)
  • Nursing bottle, extra nipples & a bottle brush
  • 2-3cc oral syringes (for syringe feeding neonates)
  • 2-Miracle Nipples (a special attachment)
  • 2-cans of wet kitten food
  • Cardboard carrier (for transport)
  • Hand Warmers and Hand Towel (to keep them cozy)
  • Training Resource: Orphan Kittens Booklet
Visit for more information and resources.
What is the best way to contact you?
What are the approximate age(s) of the kitten(s)?
(Go to for aging resources) *

Once the kittens are 8+ weeks old or of weight for spay/neuter surgery, here are some next steps: 

If the kittens are healthy, friendly and social, utilize social media and your personal network to try and place them in homes or email to discuss admission to Hawaiian Humane.  

Contact a TNRM group or make an appointment for low cost spay/neuter services at the Ginny Tiu Community Spay & Neuter Center. Visit  to schedule an appointment today.

*If mom returns or is able to be trapped, be sure to have her spayed too in order to prevent future litters.

Yes, please contact me at a later time for support, resources and to discuss potential next steps for the kittens in my care *
Yes, please add me to your e-mail list for information about Hawaiian Humane and other ways to help animals in our community. *
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