5 Easy DIY Cat Games

June 04, 2020

5 Easy DIY Cat Games

For a change, you might decide to DIY cat games to spoil your cat.

There are a variety of cat games that you can make using items lying around in your apartment. 

There might be no need of buying any expensive material. Your creativity would be enough to get you going. Below are a number of easy DIY cat games. 

  1. Puzzle feeder

There are so many types of puzzle feeders that you can DIY. Puzzle feeders are interactive games that can keep your cat occupied. With an inexpensive puzzle feeder, your cat will never be bored. 

Material: small cardboard box, toilet paper tubes that can fill the cardboard box, glue, treats 

How to do it:

You can watch this video or follow the instructions below.

  1. Cut the box into a half and remain with the bottom part
  2. Put glue on tissue roll tube
  3. Stick the tissue roll tubes inside the box
  4. Make sure that the box is filled up with tissue roll tubes
  5. Leave it to dry
  6. Place the treats in the few tubes and let the cat dig them out

 

  1. Feather and string cat toy

Your cat loves to be teased by a tender and soft material. 

Material: birds feathers, 1.5 meters string, small bell (optional)

How to do it:

  1. Gather your material
  2. Put together the feathers 
  3. Tie the feathers using a string 
  4. Dangle the feathers in front of a cat to tease it

  1. Puzzle game 

A puzzle game keeps the cat busy and entertained. It stimulates the cat’s brain. It is an interactive game that can make your cat shed off some few kilos.

Material: small cardboard box with all sides intact, pair of scissors, balls, treats

How to do it

  1. Seal the box and make sure that all the sides are intact
  2. Cut holes on top of the box
  3. Place balls and treats inside the box
  4. Teach your cat how to fish out the treats inside the box
  1. Mouse

Every cat loves to play with a mouse toy. Follow the steps below to DIY a fluffy mouse.

Material: small sock, cotton, string, needle, and a sewing thread

How to do it:

  1. Stuff the soaks with a cotton
  2. Cover the stuffed sock by sewing it
  3. Attach a small string to mimic the mouse’s tail
  4. Embroider two eyes 
  1. Box jumping

Most cats are fond of boxes; they like playing inside the box. You can take advantage of that and give your cat a variety of games.  

Material: Two or more big boxes, food, and treat

How to do it:

  1. Place the boxes in a row
  2. Let the cat smell the food before throwing it inside a box
  3. The cat can jump inside the box and eat the food
  4. Repeat 2 and 3 

Conclusion

These DIY cat games are inexpensive and easy to make. You can entertain your cat without spending a lot of money.

Playing these games can make your bond with your lovely cat 

Get yourself busy and share the DIY cat games that you have made.


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