DIY – Building a Better Life for Your Cat

Cats are finicky animals, but you just gotta love them! They require a lot of attention, and when you can’t give them the attention they need, they will need something else to keep them busy so that they aren’t being mischievous. They also require other essentials, like scratching posts, toys, and a litter box. Instead of spending a lot of money on a big cat play house for your feline friend, why not put your DIY skills to the test to help make things a bit more interesting for them?

Whether you are looking for a simple litter box that will be easy for you to clean, or a fun and crafty cat tree, we have a few DIY plans that will help to make it easier for you. It doesn’t matter if you are an avid DIY-er, or if this is your first project. There are plenty of projects that will meet your experience and skill level.

Since cats love to take in their surroundings, consider making them an indoor perch that will allow them to see everything that goes on outside. This will not only keep their curiosity at bay, but will also give them a comfy place to rest during the day. There is even an easy to make an interactive toy that will keep your cat’s brain active during play time.

Each of the projects below are complete with a list of the materials that you will need to complete the project, a guide that shows you step by step what you need to do, and it even rates the level of difficulty so that you will have a good idea as to how hard it will be to complete the project.

Give these handy DIY projects a try, and build a better life for your cat!

DIY – Building a Better Life for Your Cat

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Misty Weldon

Misty Weldon

They say some people are ‘dog people’ and others are ‘cat people’. I’m a cat person! I got my first cat when I was in the 2nd grade. I had to beg my mom to let me keep him. He was an orange tabby, and I have been partial to them ever since! We currently have three cats.

Being a cat person, I am always trying to learn more about why cats do the things they do. Cats are such loving animals, but they can be so fickle. I guess I can kind of relate to their behavior, and that is probably what attracts me to them.

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