While cats make great pet, they are actually rather spoiled creatures. When you are friends with cats, they won’t assume you as their master just like dogs do. Instead, they treat you as equals. Even sometimes, they would make you obey them. It is true that cats can be more independent than dogs, but of course you will need time for yourself when your kitty is being overly attached to you. Therefore, it might be time for you to start making this cat toys to keep your feline occupied.
Since this is meant to be an easy and low-budget project, all the toys we are making here will only involve the materials you have at home. You don’t have to spend much to create good stuff; instead, creativity is more important.
Easy DIY Cat Toys
Overall, the toys on this list are made using fabrics, yarn, and cardboard. Basically, they are the materials you can easily find and cheap. Yet, they can make such great entertainment for your cat.
Firstly, you can start with this simple toy. You will need a stick, ribbon or yarn for the string, and little stuffed felt. Here you can make various interesting shapes. To play with it, you will only have to hold the stick handle and wave it around so that your cat will jump and pounce on it. When you don’t have the time, you can let feline play with it by placing the stick into a nice spot.
You can get as creative as possible—especially if that still looks complicated to you. For example, you can just make this knot if you prefer some easy, no-sew project.
Next, we all know how cats love to chase for mice. So maybe it will be a good idea to make these felt mouse toys for your kitty to play with. In addition, you can add catnip for the stuffing in order that the toy can attract your pet more.
In case you’re looking for another no-sew project, this puff ball seems just perfect. You can either let your cat play with it just like that, or hang on the scratch.
You must find this cat house interesting. Such a pretty hiding place, huh?
Looking for more interactive cat toys? This DIY whack-a-mole is what you need. First, take a box, cut holes in it, and then cover with contact paper. Lastly, move your toy stick from hole to hole to make your cat go crazy.
See more ideas of DIY cat toys here.