A privately owned, not-for-profit, no-kill animal shelter.
Joey's Feline Friends
Since our inception, we have rescued over 3,500 furry companions, and continue to find homes for approximately 300 cats each year. Our shelter operations runs solely on the dedication and efforts of our volunteer staff. Devote an afternoon or an entire day at our shelter and see first-hand the animals that we help daily.
For almost two decades, Joey’s Feline Friends has devoted itself to saving, rehabilitating, and finding adoptive homes for Hawaii's homeless, abused, & physically challenged animals.
Meet Lila and Ballerina
Eleven years ago, Ballerina (Siamese) found her forever home through JFF and was soon joined by the lovely Lila, who was also a rescue kitty. After the passing of their beloved owner, these two girls found themselves in search of a new forever family; one that they can create more memories with.
On September 2, our dear friend and JFF supporter Bob Ristelhueber, lost his beloved companion Harley in a sudden and unexpected passing. In honoring Harley's life, and the many years of their unconditional love and laughter shared, Bob has generously sponsored a matching-funds drive to helps those who are less fortunate. Through the month of September, your donations will be matched dollar for dollar, up to $2,000. Join Bob in his tribute to Harley in support of our shelter's rescues and efforts in saving lives. Read more on Harley >
In Loving Memory
Matching Donation Drive
Our sanctuary needs your help immediately. Each day, JFF gives homeless pets a second chance. Your generous support helps provide resources that make an immediate impact to the lives of animals which otherwise would be killed. Basic shelter supplies,medical expert care, and overhead costs, are critical to our ability to function. Make your contribution now.
This year's Matching Gift Campaign sponsored by Foodland kicks off on Thursday, September 1.
Joey’s Feline Friends is a privately owned 501(c) 3, no-kill animal shelter dedicated to the care of homeless, abused & physically challenged animals. JFF's advocacy work is deeply rooted in both it's community, as well as on the island of Oʻahu as a whole. No matter their need, where they are from, or how they found their way to us, every animal at JFF is guaranteed a second chance at life.
On June 30, 2016, Hawaii Senate Bill 2512 was signed into law establishing stricter penalties and fines for animal abandonment. See how we hold up against other states.
Blog Post: A pregnancy, a couple of kitty-cats, and a
Toxoplasmosis diagnosis. (Spoiler Alert: You've been taking all the wrong precautions)
..that volunteering at a shelter consisted only of kennels & cuddling. Check out what skills and talents you could be bringing to the table, joining our cause!