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Catastic Homemade Cat Toy


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Catastic Homemade Cat Toy
Catastic Homemade Cat Toy
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Show your favorite furry feline some love by making a handmade cat toy. This Catastic Homemade Cat Toy is not only adorable, but the perfect thing for your kitten to swat around. Just cut some felt into fun shapes, fill it with stuffing and maybe a little catnip, and sew it shut. This easy cat toy will be beloved by your cat. Cats may like the toy even more if you act like it isn't for them; they always seem to want what they aren't supposed to have. Make your own cat toy and watch how much joy it brings your kitten.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening


Primary TechniqueSewing


Project TypeMake a Project

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I love these little toys, very inventive! My partner and I are hoping to get a kitten soon as a pal to our dog (she loves them) I am wondering about the catnip as i heard cats go nuts for it!! I am wondering how much you add? Also is the cat meant to open it to get the catnip or do cats just love the catnip smell? Where could I pick some up?

Love me, love my cat, I say. He's part of our family and we come as a package deal. My kitten is one year old this January. His main source of entertainment this December was the Christmas tree. Every morning I found decorations which he had dislodged and played with. Now that everything has been packed away I'm going to make him some felt toys. I think this is a fantastic idea which I had never thought of myself.

I do not have a cat but for those I know that do they have said that their cats have done the same with their tree ornaments and packages torn from their cats playing with the ribbons. I had cats growing up and I do know that they need to stay entertained and will look for things to play with. These handmade toys are a great idea and very inexpensive. I would print out other pictures and make different ones. I think I would just draw on the outline to make it easier and maybe sew it with my achine. Did you make any?

These are super cute! Plus, you can't be sure that if your cat will like them, but since these are so easy to make/affordable, it's ok if they lose interest pretty quickly. That being said, my cats LOVE little felt toys. I got 25 cent Christmas ornaments and they LOVED them (a.k.a. completely ripped them apart).


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