If you are a cat owner, you must be familiar with cat toys. Maybe you have shopped for this kind of pet supplies online or at the local pet store. Have you ever thought about making ones for your kitty cat? It is easier than you think. In this post, I am going to share some ideas of DIY three simple cat toys and hope you can get some inspiration from it.
So for the first toy, all you are going to need are some scrap materials and a pair of scissors.
Take a long stripe of scrap material and tie together the two ends to make it into a circle. With the left materials, you need to cut out lots of thin stripes. You are probably going to need at least ten to twelve. The more you have, the more exciting this toy is going to be with your cat. Once you cut out the stripes, tie them to your original circle of material. Simply thread the stripe through the loop and then tie in a basic knot. Continue doing this all the way around until you tie all the stripes of material to your circle. And you’ll end up with a sort of spidery-looking toy.
This is a brilliant toy for your cat to play with the owner or just on their own. They can chase it around the floor, pound on it, hunt it or do whatever they like. Or they can use it as a pillow.
For the second toy, you want some cardboards tubes, some tapes, a stripe of cardboard and some kitty treats.
Begin by taping all of your cardboard tubes together and make sure they are well secured. Then take your piece of cardboard and tape it to the bottom of cardboard tubes to close one end of them. You can cut the cardboard to fit around easily. Once you attach the basis, just flip the toy back over and sprinkle in with your cat’s favorite treats.
Watch your cat how to figure out to get the treat out of the tubes. It will make him or her love it. And it can make feeding time a lot more exciting. Cat supplies are supposed to make your cat happy and physically active. This is exactly the kind of cat toys you want.
For the final cat toy, you are going to need some strings, a pair a scissors.
Loosely wrap your string around two of your fingers. Keep your fingers a spot so they are not accidentally tied together. You want to use a lot of this, so keep doing it until you are happy with the amount. Then very slowly remove your fingers from the center of the strings without raveling it. Now take out two longer ones of the strings, and tie them around the center of the bunch. Make sure the knot your tie is very tight. Take you scissors to cut through the loops that are being created either at the end of the bunch. Once you cut through all the loops, flay out all the strings. And you will have this cute pompom cat toys.
You can even attach this to a stick to make your very own teaser toy. This toy is very simple but will definitely keep your cat busy for hours.