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My name is Jot!
I'm being cared for by
Humane Society of Greater Dayton

Facts about me

Species
Gerbil
Color
Brown or Chocolate
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
50160585
Hair Length
Shelter

Humane Society of Greater Dayton

Contact info
Pet ID
50160585
Contact
Email
Address
Dayton, OH 45417

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Adopters must fill out an adoption application, visit with the animal, and pay the adoption fee before they can adopt.
Adopters must fill out an adoption application, visit with the animal, and pay the adoption fee before they can adopt.

Go meet their pets

We have pets up for adoption at our shelter on Nicholas Rd., and we also have cats up for adoption at our Meowza Cat Boutique inside the Dayton Mall. Meowza's phone number is 937-434-MEOW. We also have cats up for adoption at various pet supplies stores in the Dayton area. Interested persons can get a list of these stores from our website or can call us at 937-268-PETS (7387).
We have pets up for adoption at our shelter on Nicholas Rd., and we also have cats up for adoption at our Meowza Cat Boutique inside the Dayton Mall. Meowza's phone number is 937-434-MEOW. We also have cats up for adoption at various pet supplies stores in the Dayton area. Interested persons can get a list of these stores from our website or can call us at 937-268-PETS (7387).

More about this shelter

We are a 501 (c) (3) shelter committed to finding great homes for great pets! We receive no government funding and rely solely on donations to do what we do for the animals in our community. We have low-cost spay/ neuter programs for dogs and cats in the community as well as offering Trap Neuter Release services for cats. We take in strays and owner-release animals and find them homes. We are the only animal organization in the area who will take in any animal species such as farm and exotic animals. We employ one humane investigator as well who is available to check out neglect and cruelty calls. We also offer humane education opportunities for children and adults.
We are a 501 (c) (3) shelter committed to finding great homes for great pets! We receive no government funding and rely solely on donations to do what we do for the animals in our community. We have low-cost spay/ neuter programs for dogs and cats in the community as well as offering Trap Neuter Release services for cats. We take in strays and owner-release animals and find them homes. We are the only animal organization in the area who will take in any animal species such as farm and exotic animals. We employ one humane investigator as well who is available to check out neglect and cruelty calls. We also offer humane education opportunities for children and adults.