The Stratford Cat Project

Stratford Cat Project Inc.

The Stratford Cat Project

Our Pet List

A cat has absolute emotional honesty: human beings, for one reason or another, may hide their feelings, but a cat does not. Ernest Hemingway

Featured Pets of the Month:

Zippo is a striking medium hair gray tabby male. He is approximately 6-7 months old. Zippo was found in a feral colony in Bridgeport abandoned by his family. Zippo is full of energy and personality. He loves to play and is very affectionate. The perfect home for him will be one with another playful cat and one where he will get a lot of attention Do you or someone you know have room in your heart and home for this striking guy? For more information, call (203) 375-7009


UPCOMING EVENTS in September 2016

September 3rd - Saturday - Public Adoption from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM

We will be holding a public adoption at Baldwinís Corner Adoption Center at H3 Pet Supply located at 475 Hawley Lane in Stratford. Please stop by and see our kitties looking for their forever home!

September 10th - Saturday - Tag Sale from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

SCP TAG SALE to Benefit the Rescued Kitties of SCP. All Proceeds to help homeless, abandoned & rescued kitties. Something for Everyone!! Thousands of items available!!! Donations of newer items gratefully accepted and may be dropped off at address below on Friday, Sept. 9th between noon and 5 pm at 1473 Nichols Avenue, Stratford Call (203) 375-7009 for info. ó Rain Date 9/24/16

September 17th - Saturday - Public Adoption from 11:00 AM - 3:00 pm

Our second adoption event this month will be held at Sterling House Community Center - 2283 Main Street, Stratford, CT. This adoption event is sponsored by North Shore Animal League

September 27th - Tuesday - General Meeting 7:00 pm

Our monthly meeting will be held at the Stratford Library located at 2203 Main Street in Stratford. All are welcome to attend

Please call 203-375-7009 for information on any of these events.

Our Adoptions for August

August Adoptions: We had 18 cats adopted. (15 kittens, 3 adults). It was a wonderful adoption month for our kitties. Adopted in August: Bon Bon, Chirpie, Coal, Jack 3, Jenna, Jordan, Khloe, Marley, Paris, Pooh, Ravioli, Rotini, Schmutzi, Smudge, Sylvia, Thumbelina, Tigger and Ziti. Thanks to all the adopters who gave these kitties their furever homes! You all have made a difference in the lives of these precious kitties.

 Click here to see our Cat Happy Tails!

Our Wish List

URGENT: We currently have 78 cats in our foster homes. We are in need of Friskies canned and dry food, wet wipes, large black garbage bags, litter, Wal-Mart Gift Cards, stamps, paper towels and hand sanitizer. If you can make a donation, please call us at (203) 375-7009. Or donations can be dropped off at 85 Champion Terrace, Stratford (on back patio). Again, thank you to all of our supporters for items already donated. With your continued support we can help so many more kitties out there that are looking for a loving, forever home!

Winkin's Spot

We will be holding our Annual Fall Tag sale on September 10, 2016 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The sale will be held at 1473 Nichols Avenue, Stratford. We are accepting donations of household items, books (fiction only), cdís, dvdís, toys, cat items, small furniture, etc. Donations can be dropped off at 85 Champion Terrace, Stratford (on back patio) or at the tag sale sight on Friday, September 9th between noon and 5:00 pm. Tag sales have proven to be our biggest fundraisers. These sales help us help so many more cats! We are also looking for people to help set up the tag sale on Friday or work the tag sale on Saturday and help breakdown and pack up after the sale. If you can help, text Karin at (203) 455-7564.†

Cat Tips: : Encourage Good Behavior, Ignore the Bad

I'm not suggesting you allow bad behavior to go on without correcting it. I am saying that you shouldn't focus on the negative by punishing it. Hitting, yelling, squirting, or chasing will only elevate your cat's stress and add to the issue by creating fear. And if the behavior was attention-seeking, you've just given kitty exactly what she wanted. Focus on the behavior you do want and work on ways to get her there. If she's scratching the sofa, don't chase her or yell, because she'll still want to scratch. Punishing her will make her scratch in secret. Instead, provide a better scratching option and reward her when she gets it right. Discover the cause of a behavior, provide a better alternative, and reward kitty for choosing it.

The Stratford Cat Project Website and facebook

Our website is revised every 3 weeks or so. We also post emergency adoptions and other short notice events on the site regularly. Please be sure to check our website - - for our most current information. You can also find us on facebook where we post our current events and lots of wonderful photos of our kitties currently available for adoption.

Surfing the Web

Do you search the web? If so, you could be raising $0.01 for the Stratford Cat Project, every time you search! is a search engine powered by Yahoo! Search and, the internet's first online shopping mall where a portion of each purchase is donated to your favorite cause. Try it today - it's free! Just go to to sign up.

Donate money to SCP while you shop! Donate to SCP while you shop! Shop online at over 1,000 stores at and donate money each time you shop. It's FREE to Join. You'll see familiar stores like Staples, PETCO, JCPenney, PETsMART,, Gap,, L.L.Bean, Best Buy, Dell, Vitamin Shoppe, QVC,, Hallmark and many more! Watch the $$ roll in for Stratford Cat Project, Inc.! Up to 26% of EACH purchase gets donated. It's fun and easy and helps our furry friends! The perfect way to shop!


Stratford Cat Project, Inc. (SCP) is a federally recognized, non-profit organization. We are a group of residents concerned about the feral cat population and dedicated to rescuing the homeless and abandoned cats of Stratford. SCP is an all volunteer organization. We are not a shelter. All the cats that we help are fostered in our homes. We are presently operating solely on private donations and fund-raising. All proceeds and donations go directly to help Stratford cats.


Volunteers Needed: Love cats? Have free time? Want to help? The Stratford Cat Project is always in need of volunteers. Fostering, helping out at fundraising events and adoptions and soliciting donations are just some of the ways you can participate. Please call us at 203-375-7009 if you are interested in helping our feline friends.


There is so much joy in knowing you have helped us save some kittens or adult cats in need as you help them get ready for their forever home. We furnish all supplies needed to care for our cats/kittens and provide a support system. Our adoptable kitties numbers are always growing, and it is sometimes necessary to turn strays away as our current foster homes become overcrowded. Please, if you can help, or if you know someone who can help, call 203-375-7009 today.

Our Wish List

URGENT: We presently have 78 cats that we are housing. We are always in need of food and litter. While our foster home number is lower we also have a food bank that provides food to families that cannot afford to feed their pets and helps caretakers of feral cat colonies. If you can make a donation, please call us at (203) 375-7009. Also, donations can be dropped off at 85 Champion Terrace, Stratford (on back patio) weather permitting.
Another way you can help - Please save all your cat food and litter coupons for us. Also, we save the PAW Points from Fresh Step Litter and redeem for coupons for free litter. Coupons and PAW Points can be mailed to: Stratford Cat Project, P.O. Box 1261, Stratford, 06615 or can be dropped off at any of our events.
Supply Donations Always Needed: We are in need of Friskies canned and dry food, wet wipes, trash bags 4, 8 and 13 gallons size, cat condos, litter, stamps, Walmart gift cards, bleach, scratching posts, rugs for cages, small plastic bags and paper towels.


Want to help but don't have time to volunteer or foster? How about sponsoring a cat? A sponsor is someone who is willing to make a monthly donation for the care of one of our long term feline friends. As we all know, kittens are easy to find homes for. Sometimes it takes much longer to find a home for the adult ones. A sponsor will receive a picture of the cat they sponsor and are always welcome to visit. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please call Karin at 375-7009.


We do require that an adoption application and agreement be filled out. There is an adoption fee of $125.00 for adult cat (1 year and up) and $150.00 for kitten (up to 11 months) All of our cats (adult or kitten) are spayed/neutered before adoption. All of our cats are tested, wormed and have received their age appropriate shots.


If you are interested in adopting a cat or a kitten or if you would like to know more about our organization please contact us at the e-mail below.

Stratford Cat Project Inc.
P. O. Box 1261
Stratford, CT 06615
Phone: (203) 375-7009


Click here for a list of adoptable cats at SCP


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