The Scratchy Ramp is a cat ramp that also doubles as a cat scratching pad, a 2-in-1 cat product that you can both ultimately benefit from.
One of a cat’s many needs is to continuously ‘sharpen’ their claws, so they can let the outer, more worn out sheaths of their claws fall off. This is why your cat will often turn to scratching the furniture, carpets or curtains, so it can pry off the now obsolete sheaths. It goes without saying this activity will wreak havoc on your beloved furniture.
What Does Scratchy Ramp Do?
Thankfully this wood cat scratcher can easily solve this issue, while also aesthetically blending into your home and matching any type of furniture you may have. This incline cat scratcher has an adjustable height and can be located near a couch, a bed or any of your cat’s favorite furniture, helping it reach new heights.
This cat scratcher can be especially useful to senior cats or those cats that, as a result of various health issues, have lost their full mobility.
Of course, dogs can use it too – so if you have a cat and dog household, one can use it for scratching and the other as a ramp or they can both use it as a ramp.
The Scratchy Ramps – we got the Scratchy Ramp lite and the full sizes one – we were sent were a hit straight out of the box, as you can see in our unboxing video.
This Alpha Paw item has hundreds of positive reviews from satisfied customers which may attest to it being the best cat scratcher on the market.
The inclination of the pad really makes it a cat scratcher that files nails simultaneously. Cats scratch to release emotion, so this helps to keep cats content and less agitated, as they are able to let go of what’s bothering them.
The Scratchy Ramp holds up to 70 lbs, so it will definitely hold a Ragdoll cat. Apart from this, the entire ramp easily folds down, so that you can slide under your couch or your bed when it is not in use.
A Special Discount and a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee
They’re now selling the Scratchy Ramp 2.0.
If you use our Scratchy Ramp coupon code, FLOPPYCATS20, a Scratchy Ramp 2.0 will cost you less after all the discounts have been applied.
Compared to any Amazon cat scratcher, the Scratchy Ramp has hundreds of testimonials from many cat owners, and after having two of them for under a week, I can already see why. It’s a hit.
Alpha Paw is committed to giving you your money back within 30 days from purchase, if you or your cat is not satisfied with the product.
The Scratchy Ramp gives your cat the relief it needs from the discomfort of growing new nails, while also protecting your furniture, carpets and curtains – and provides a ramp for the older ones who can no longer jump.
Scratchy Ramp Phone Number
If you need to phone Alpha Paw, the makers of the Scratchy Ramp for any reason, their Scratchy Ramp phone number is: (800) 363-5458 or you can always contact them through their website.
Where is Scratchy Ramp made?
It is made in China, as indicated on the shipping boxes I received.
Have you heard of the Scratchy Ramp? What do you think of it?
I have the first version and I’ve had it since June 2020. My cat LOVES it, and yes, the carpet is worn way down in his favorite spots. I expected this, but I am finding that the carpet bits get stuck in his paws. I am wondering if my cat might ingest some of the carpet. Does anyone else notice this and have this concern?
EEK – I have not had that concern. I am going to watch my two more carefully with that. I donated our first version to a local pet rescue.
How has this been holding up since Aug? Want to buy one but not sure how durable it is for the price offered…
We actually just got their 2.0 that features replaceable carpet – which is ESSENTIAL for a cat that scratches. Both ramps have held up well, but the old version, featured here, didn’t have replaceable carpet – hasn’t stopped my cats from scratching, but would be a problem over time. Here is our new unboxing – and I can now add this to my favorite products list.
I used the Floppycats20 discount code. It only gives $5 off at the moment.
curious about your comment wishing yours would eat whole prey. what does that mean? Why would that be desirable? Do squirrels and mice and birds count as whole prey?!
Yes, squirrels, mice and birds count as whole prey – whole prey because they will clean their teeth gnawing and chewing and biting to get the flesh off the bones and organs.
Thanks for the head’s up on the Floppycats20 discount code – I am guessing it only takes off $5 because they are having a super sale right now?
I would like to know how the carpet is fastened to the ramp. Could it be replaced if worn out?
Also, is there padding between the ramp and the carpet?
No, there is no padding between the ramp and the carpet. The carpet appears to be glued to the ramp. As of now, they don’t have replacement options, but I have told that they are in the works.
I ordered one of those, the small one, last Fall because I was having trouble with my rescue tabby, TT, scratching my drywall!I attached it to the wall in the spot that he always scratched, but he just moved to another spot. Sami, my Ragdoll, was not interested either but then she uses all the other scratching posts and pads in the house. TT finally, yesterday morning, gave it a brief try. I praised the heck out of him and gave him a treat. I could see the wheels turning in his little head…he is extremely intelligent- so I am keeping my fingers crossed. The large one would have been better because he is a tall cat, but I couldn’t swing one when I ordered.
Interesting – so you have not tried it in different places or at different inclines? Both of mine just adore it already.
“… attached it to the wall in the spot that he always scratched, but he just moved to another spot”
Of course, right?!!
I’m curious about replacing the scratching pad – is that possible, what’s the process, what’s the cost, etc.
Right now they don’t have that option- but they are working on it. BTW – did you see my interview with Dr. Jean? I talked to her about your Frankenprey – she had some interesting things to say.
Shoot, I missed this!
To clear a couple of things up, for my dog I mostly feed frankenprey and sometimes whole prey when I can get it. For Prossimo I started with frankenprey but now he eats 98% whole prey (the other 2% are for times when I didn’t plan correctly & run out of food so he gets canned!)
Also, it’s quail (not pheasant), which, like the mice-rats-gerbils-hamsters-guinea pigs-chicks-rabbits are raised intended as whole prey for individual feeders, pet stores, zoos, etc., so no blood is drained from them. Interestingly, it turns out that Prossimo had or developed an allergy to chicks & mice so he doesn’t get those anymore and he won’t eat rabbit at all.
He’s definitely stubborn and knows what he likes & wants. I’ve been giving him a guinea pig 1x or 2x a month for years and just a few months ago was the first time he ate one – he usually just crushes the head! Of course the next time he went back to head crushing only – argh! Gerbils are new and he’s only head crushing those too. But for variety, I’ve got to keep offering. He refused hamsters at first but quickly started eating them but leaving the bottom 1/3. Every time I throw one away I imagine the $ I’m putting into the trash!
Did you know you can now buy whole ground from Hare-Today?! They have mice and guinea pig plus other proteins as well. Prossimo LOVES the whole ground pork. If anyone is reading this on Southern California and would like some chubs of ground mice let me know.
I don’t know how Hare-Today euthanizes, from Rodent Pro’s website, “We use Carbon dioxide (CO2), as recommended by the American Veterinary Medical Association panel on euthanasia as the agent to euthanize our prey items. CO2 is a humane, quick and painless form of euthanasia. CO2 also ensures that no harmful residual chemicals remain that may be detrimental to the health of the animal ingesting the prey item.”
So glad to hear about the grain free issue. I have 4 months of canned food for earthquake storage so now I’ll know to keep some taurine with it and supplement.
If you speak with her again and ask for questions, I’m hoping I don’t miss that notification!!
Thank you for sharing so thoroughly as normal. I so wish mine would eat whole prey like you feed yours. Interesting on the CO2 too. And I usually post about asking for reader questions on our Facebook page, I will try to remember to email you – but I have a terrible memory!
I updated your comment – what happened was that you left the comment on the image of the post, rather than the post – so I updated it to display on the post and not on the photo. And updated my comment to do the same =)
WOW! Super pawesome & fabulous unboxing video & post, Jenny honey! Looks like an AMAZEBALLS product, too! Your boys know just what to do with it, too…lol. LURVE THAT! Can’t wait for the product review on this one! Very well done! 🙂 <3
So excited for a future giveaway for this product, too! WOO HOO!!! 🙂 <3
Big hugs & lots of love & purrs!
Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbelle 🙂 <3 <3 <3
Thanks, Patti – this one is a super hit so far – both cats really like them.
FABULOUS!!! 🙂 <3