Adopt Harley

Harley is part of the group of cats which came along with my new roommate Kevin. She splits her time between the house and the backyard, and gets along with all the other cats (which is rare for a mom cat.)

Adopt Archer

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Archer is a friend to other cats, humans, and furniture. He’s pretty conscious not to use claw when playing. Has this naturally curious look. Loves playing in shelves. 

Apparently yawns a lot. 

Adopt Oprah and Oliver

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Oprah is a Maine Coon hanging around the streets of Brooklyn. Someone was feeding and socializing her over the winter but had to move to take a new job.

She had a litter of four kittens over the winter. For a few weeks she vanished and when she came back in the spring, only Oliver was left.

Oliver’s a playful little kitten who loves to jump on other cats. Search for Oliver on the Scratchingpad.org main page for reference. Oprah is a hilariously weird cat who loves to headbutt people but hates brooms. 

Adopt Tailor-cat

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My friend’s aunt brought Tailor-cat to me after feeding her for months. She’s a funny cat who’s deathly afraid of all the other cats. For this reason I set her up with her own room where she spends most of the time hiding in a corner. 

I’m looking for someone to refoster Tailor-cat in a home with no other cats or for someone would like to adopt. Email me steve@scratchingpad.org

Adopt Ducky

Our neighbor found Ducky in our backyard. She was fostering Ducky for a while but her other cats didn’t like her, so she sent Ducky to the Scratching Pad. 

For the first few months here we noticed Ducky has a binge eating problem. Soon after we discovered the reason - she was pregnant and gave birth to some little minions collectively known as The Ducklings.

Ducky has a quirk where she squeaks a lot and noms when she eats. If you’d like to adopt her please email steve@scratchingpad.org

Adopt Barb

I found Barb a few blocks away from Scratching Pad. She came up to me with dirty fur and a limp. After her visit to the vet, Barb got spayed and a purple cast for a dislocated digit.

A few weeks later the cast came off and she became the nicest and strangest cat in the entire house. She loves to chase the other cats around to poke them and cuddles with the kittens when she can. 

For more information about Barb and adoption inquiries please email steve@scratchingpad.org. 

Adopt le Ducklings

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The Ducklings were born at the Scratching Pad and I’ve socialized them from day 1. They’re really energetic, love to play, and always go in the litter box.

Two of them are reserved, but the other two are still up for adoption.

If you would like to visit or adopt please email steve@scratchingpad.org