5 homemade toys to entertain your cat
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Material

  • A cardboard box.
  • A scissors or a cutter.
  • A toy duster.

Step by Step

Cut some holes in the box with the scissors or the cutter. They should be big enough for the cat to put its paw in. When the cat is in the box, slowly pass the duster through the holes from the outside. Your cat will love it.

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Toy with a roll of toilet paper

With a simple roll of toilet paper you can entertain your cat. It is ideal if you do not have time to play with it.

Materials

  • An empty toilet paper roll.
  • A meal that you like a lot.

Step by Step

First fill the roll of toilet paper with a treat that your kitten likes. Then, leave the roll on the floor and wait for it to look for food. You can also use a kitchen paper roll.

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Toy with an egg cup

Empty egg cups can also be used to make homemade cat toys.

Materials

  • An empty egg cup.
  • Any sweets or food that you like.

Step by Step

Put the treat in the egg cup and wait for your cat to play catch the food.

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toy with corks

If you have a few corks in a drawer that you don’t know what to use them for, this is your chance.

Materials

  • An empty box.
  • 15 or 20 wine corks. As an alternative, you can use paper balls.
  • Candies.

Step by Step

You will have to fill the cardboard or plastic box with the corks and the candies. It is important to bear in mind that the box, after a while, accumulates dust, so it is necessary to clean and sanitize it, just like the corks.

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reed with cork

This is one of the toys that cats like the most.

Materials

  • A cork.
  • A thin wooden stick.
  • Wool yarn.
  • A rattle.
  • Feathers.
  • Scissors.
  • A hammer.
  • A long nail.
  • A long needle.
  • A pot with hot water.

Step by Step

Boil the cork in hot water for about ten minutes. Then use the nail and hammer to poke a hole through the length of the plank. Then, cut a meter long wool thread and pass it through the cork with the needle.

Next, tie a knot with the thread at the base of the cork so that it does not slip through the hole. Leave about four inches of thread sticking out so you can attach the bell and feathers later. Next step, fix the long end of the thread from the top of the cork to the wooden stick. Finally, tie more threads of different colors and place the bell and the feathers.

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