The shelter environment can be stressful to cats awaiting a forever home, and one simple method to relieve stress and boredom is to have a good scratch.

Scratching is also a great way for cats to stretch their muscles, and is an excellent kitty manicure system.

Imperial Cat now offers Scratch ‘n Bits, a line of scratching pads designed to fit within the small space of s shelter cage.

If you’d like to donate some Scratch ‘n Bits for the HSBC cats, visit imperialcat.com/adoptacat. You’ll need our address when you place an order:
Humane Society of Broward County
2070 Griffin Road
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312.

For more information, call 954-354-8466 or email Kristie at info@imperialcat.com

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