How To Make Homemade Cat Trees and Toys - The Spruce
Our cats are our furry friends… our constant (and sometimes fickle) companions. Who wouldn’t want to spoil their favorite feline with some fun toys or yummy now and then? But instead of going to the store or ordering an expensive toy online, you can make some fun and frugal DIY cat toys right at home. And no, you don’t have to be super crafty. You’ll find lots of easy ideas here that you can do TODAY to have your cat playing in no time.
If you want to make a cheap and easy cat toy from items commonly found around the house you can’t go past these homemade sock cat toys!
You love your cat like family right? That means you want to provide the best toys to keep them happy. Every year the Black Friday rush seems to get crazier and crazier, with people lining up even on day. Here are ten ways to make DIY homemade toys that your cat will most definitely love. That way you can spend instead of spending your Friday rushing to crowded stores looking for toys that have sold out.How to Make a Cat Toy Glove - Cat lovers can buy all sorts of toys for their kitties at the pet store. But why buy when you can make this five-in-one cat toy quickly, easily and inexpensively at home.Reward your cat with a special treat! At a small cost, you can grow your own catnip, with enough to supply the whole neighborhood, make a home-made scratch post so your cat doesn’t claw your furniture, and make cat toys out of things you already have in your house.At times I feel sorry for my cat. It almost seems as if she is loved too much. There are five people in our family and one cat. You do the math. That is a lot of hands petting, scratching and picking her up. My kids are certainly the biggest cat lovers of the bunch. They frequently shower our cat, Charlotte, with kisses and cuddles, mostly when she is attempting to nap. They also love to play with Charlotte and take any opportunity to do so. We have a collection of store bought toys, but recently we decided to try some DIY Cat Toys. My kids got to engage their creative sides and our cat got some new toys. Unfortunately, there are many shelter cats that don’t have a loving home or a family to play with them. That is why I am proud to share this sponsored post written by me on behalf of Fresh Step® Litter. Read on to find out how they plan to help shelter cats find forever homes and get some ideas for cute DIY cat toys you can make for your cat.Does your cat inspire you? My cat inspired me to create some homemade catnip filled cat toys. I'll teach you how to make them, including how to do the blanket stitch! #ad #MyCatMyMuseCats love toys! The more the better… however we don’t all have unlimited funds. So why not try and do this homemade “Fun Box” for your cat! It is very simple to make and it’s completely 100% free!