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My name is Turnover!
I'm being cared for by
Gem City Kitties
Adoption process
1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Submit Application

3.

Interview

4.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Submit Application

3.

Interview

4.

Take the Pet Home

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Brown Tabby
Age
Adult
Sex
Male
Pet ID
R1106
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Turnover is available for adoption, but is in a foster home! Check back soon for a better photo :)

Turnover is available for adoption, but is in a foster home! Check back soon for a better photo :)

Rescue

Gem City Kitties

Contact info
Pet ID
R1106
Contact
Address
Dayton, OH 45403

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

Call to chat with staff about how to visit kitties, or go to www.gemcitycatfe.com/visit to schedule a general visit

2.

Submit Application

Submit an online application to start the adoption process! More info here; https://www.gemcitykitties.org/adopt.html

3.

Interview

Once your application is in, sit down with an adoption counselor so that we can make sure we can make a perfect match for you and the kitty!

4.

Take the Pet Home

Once all counseling and adoption application steps are finished, it's time for you to take your new forever friend home!

Additional adoption info

Visit our website to view our adoption process! https://www.gemcitykitties.org/adopt.html
Visit our website to view our adoption process! https://www.gemcitykitties.org/adopt.html

Go meet their pets

Come meet the kitties at Gem City Catfe! The Catfe is located at 1513 E 5th street. To visit before filling out an adoption application and meeting with an adoption counselor, there is an entry fee to help cover some of the costs of keeping kitties on site and finding them their forever homes. For more information on how to visit, check out Gem City Catfe's website at https://www.gemcitycatfe.com/visit/
Come meet the kitties at Gem City Catfe! The Catfe is located at 1513 E 5th street. To visit before filling out an adoption application and meeting with an adoption counselor, there is an entry fee to help cover some of the costs of keeping kitties on site and finding them their forever homes. For more information on how to visit, check out Gem City Catfe's website at https://www.gemcitycatfe.com/visit/

More about this rescue

Gem City Kitties is a Non-Profit rescue that works in conjunction with Gem City Catfe. Gem City Catfe is a Cat Cafe in Dayton Ohio which combines coffee and delicious baked goods with cat interaction and adoption. The Cafe side is completely separate from the Cat side and there are separate HVAC systems which keeps us allergy friendly! We envision Dayton as a place in which all of our feline friends are valued, protected, and treated with empathy, and compassion.We seek to end the euthanasia of healthy animals due to overpopulation through adoption and education. Our commitment to community outreach and education-based programs highlights these important issues: •Reducing re-homing of pets for behavioral concerns through proper training techniques •Spaying and neutering owned pets •Coexisting responsibly with community cats •Adopting rather than purchasing pets •Explaining why declawing is inhumane and often creates health and behavioral complications, and providing nonsurgical, humane alternatives ​ •Showcasing enrichment for indoor cats and recommending owned cats to live indoors
Gem City Kitties is a Non-Profit rescue that works in conjunction with Gem City Catfe. Gem City Catfe is a Cat Cafe in Dayton Ohio which combines coffee and delicious baked goods with cat interaction and adoption. The Cafe side is completely separate from the Cat side and there are separate HVAC systems which keeps us allergy friendly! We envision Dayton as a place in which all of our feline friends are valued, protected, and treated with empathy, and compassion.We seek to end the euthanasia of healthy animals due to overpopulation through adoption and education. Our commitment to community outreach and education-based programs highlights these important issues: •Reducing re-homing of pets for behavioral concerns through proper training techniques •Spaying and neutering owned pets •Coexisting responsibly with community cats •Adopting rather than purchasing pets •Explaining why declawing is inhumane and often creates health and behavioral complications, and providing nonsurgical, humane alternatives ​ •Showcasing enrichment for indoor cats and recommending owned cats to live indoors