Here are a couple cat toys I made last June. I made a companion cube out of felt and embroidery thread. The nice thing about the companion cube is that it’s large enough that it doesn’t get lost under the couch, like so many of the cat toys. It still gets lost, but it also
Yeah, you read that right. I brought home two kittens, not one. First I found out that I was the only confirmed person taking kittens out of the litter of five. Then my friend Paul heckled me about being careful or I’ll bring two of them home. After some thought, I did an internet search
Heya, internet! This is the last big post about the cat tower. There will probably be a little update later when I add in toys and a hammock, but that will just be a couple photos. This post finishes up the major construction of the cat tower – adding all the carpet. Here are links
This post covers the rest of the woodworking for the cat tower. Woo! Here are links to all the parts of this project: Part 1: Overview and Summary Part 2: Woodworking on bottom half Part 3: Woodworking on top half Part 4: Carpeting This is the bed post I found in a scrap wood pile.
This post is going to show the beginning of transforming the cat tower. I will be showing the pictures on getting the bottom of the cat tower remade in this post today. Here are links to all the parts of this project: Part 1: Overview and Summary Part 2: Woodworking on bottom half Part 3:
Whew! The cat tower is DONE! Well, all the wood and carpeting work is done, and I have the eyebolts in where I plan to hang the cat hammock and the toys. Tonight I’m just posting the beginning and end photos, along with a summary of the process (cost, tools, etc). I’ll be making several
I went up to Ionia on Wednesday to visit DeForest’s family and see the kittens! I’m getting a kitten in about a month now, and I wanted to check them out and choose one from the litter. I’ve never had a pet that I’ve taken care of before! (Mom always took care of the dog.)