Adopt-A-Cat Scratchers
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Rating: 4.8

Average rating from 5 reviews.

(4.8 out of 5, based on 5 reviews)

Imperial Cat, a leading cat products manufacturer, is proud to introduce Scratch ‘n Bits, a new line of cat scratchers developed for use in animal shelters. The idea for Scratch ‘n Bits originated following requests from several animal shelters that had contacted the company in search of a cat scratcher that would fit within the small space of a shelter cage. Imperial Cat accepted the challenge and began consulting with several animal welfare organizations. These organizations expressed a universal desire to enhance the lives of cats awaiting new homes, but cited budget constraints as the leading deterrent. They wanted a product that would alleviate stress within the cage, draw the attention of potential adopters, and prepare cats for a home environment. Imperial Cat quickly realized that they already had the perfect solution. Their Scratch ‘n Shape product line of corrugated cardboard scratchers produced large quantities of scrap material that was being bundled for recycling. These pieces varied in size and shape, but after a few design modifications, the scrap was transformed into 100% scratch-able and super affordable Scratch ‘n Bits. Scratch ‘n Bits are available in both horizontal and vertical styles in a wide range of sizes to accommodate a variety of shelter cages. Each scratcher is labeled with a cute “Adopt a Cat” sticker designed to attract the attention of potential adopters. The company intends for the shapes to be “adopted” along with the cat. They believe this will not only assist the cat in transitioning to its new home, but will also help prevent the cat from scratching its new owners’ furniture (a leading reason that cats are relinquished to shelters).
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Rating: 4


posted 5 years ago

I work at petco cleaning out the kitty condo's for rescued paws. They always have this kind of scratcher in there. the cats love it and use it all the time. but because it is carboard it makes a humongus mess. cardboard pieces are everywhere and I have to clean them up. The small cardboard pieces are also a choking hazard. I also think there are some more ideas where these scratchers could have more shapes, colors and varitey's. So that they can fit where ever the owner may have room for them and they can also look more creative. such as a round one or one shaped like a star or a car. maybe even some shaped like cats, dogs and mice.

Pros: cats use it instead of your furniture

Cons: it is very messy

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Kelly M.
Rating: 5

Great for shredding.

posted 5 years ago

My cats love to climb on these and scratch, it has saved the furniture. I sprinkle cat nip on it, they flip it over and havr fun.

Pros: Great for shredding.

Cons: none

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