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

Facts about me

Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair
Black (All)
Pet ID
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

My name is Zoey and I'm a BEAUTIFUL lady looking for my forever home. When I first arrived at the shelter I was very stressed. I've lived in the same home with the same person my whole life and adjusting to the busy shelter environment was overwhelming. My caregivers worked with me every day to help me settle in a feel safe and now I'm a BIG SNUGGLE BUG!!! Now that I know everyone here wants to give me food and affection I feel comfortable and have made a lot of human friends. I know everyone here loves me but what I really want is to be adopted and know that I'm "home" again. And I have to say that I make an excellent loyal feline family member. I'd like to spend my days lounging and being adored, sitting at a window, snuggling, and eating treats (but they tell me I may need to lay off the treats a little). I'd do best in a quiet calm home. I could be your one and only feline love or I'd do fine with other cat friendly cats. What do ya say? Do you have room in your heart for a big fabulous tori cat???

Humane Society of Greater Dayton

Contact info
Pet ID
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.

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).

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.