Do you own a feline that loves playing with toys in the house? Do you find yourself constantly buying your cat those crazily expensive toys to keep them happy and away from your decor? Now is the time to make your own then; an endeavor that not only would save some dough, but will also give you immense satisfaction as your little buddy plays with the latest homemade cat toy.
1. Old Shirt Cat Toy
Cats don’t care how much a toy costs. They just want something to play with! Check out this super simple idea from Kittenhood that anybody can mimic. All the creator has done is take an old t-shirt and make it into a cat toy that will is soft and cozy.
2. Gingerbread Cat Toy
This lovely gingerbread man creation from Dream a Little Bigger will make a wonderful chew toy for your cat. What’s even better about this design is that the creator has given one gingerbread man half a second leg while another has part of his head missing with shocked facial expressions on both!
3. Fluffy Cat Toy
This design from My So Called Crafty Life will give your cat endless hours of entertainment, which is exactly what you want! It doesn’t take too much time to make, meaning your cat will have a new toy to play with in no time at all.
4. Felt Cat Toys
These delightful felt cat toys from On My Honor I Will Try will be a very attractive proposition for your cat indeed. Simple to make, all you need to do to finish these colourful felt toys off is to fill them with catnip, making them great to smell for your cat.
5. Cat Toy Plushies
My Fantastic Toys have created a lovely array of soft toys for your cat to enjoy playing with. What better way for a cat to play with a mouse, fish and a bird then when those animals have been made out of felt?
6. Catnip Mice
Cats love mice and they love catnip, so it would make sense to put the two together, which is what The Zen of Making have done with this cat toy.
7. Scratch Pad
Every cat needs a scratch pad to file their nails down, so instead of them ripping your favourite piece of furniture apart, give them something to help file their nails down with a homemade delight. This creation from Design Sponge is the perfect solution. By putting it up high your cat can stretch its bodies out at the same time!
8. Felted Cat Balls
Cats love chasing balls around the house, so why not make these felted balls from 7 Yaks, which your feline friend will thoroughly enjoy playing with. They make the perfect toy for cute kittens too.