Easy Recycled Cat Treat Toy




Introduction: Easy Recycled Cat Treat Toy

About: Hi! CraftyQueen123 here. I’m so happy that you decided to visit me. I hope that you have made my some instructables that I have posted, and I am very happy to suggestions. All of my tutorials are easy and clea…

Hello everyone! Today I’m going to show you how to make a super easy cat treat toy! This toy is perfect for your kitties, as they have to figure out how to make the treats come out. Even better, this toy is recycled and you will probably have everything at home. It only takes very few things and is really easy.

Step 1: Supplies

You will need:


A small paper tube (or a plastic bottle)

Kitty treats

Step 2: Time to Cut!

Firstly, cut some small holes in your paper tube or plastic bottle. Make sure the holes are big enough for the treats to pass through, but not too big that it will all fall out in one go. I chose to use a paper tube as it’s a lot easier to cut, and fill up the tube with treats. I used a sweetie tube that had used to have randoms inside.

Step 3: Fill It Up

Once you have cut holes in your tube/bottle, fill it with kitty treats. If you are using a bottle, screw the lid back on, but if you are using a tube, you may want to use some sticky tape to keep it secure.

Step 4: Give It to Your Cat!

Give the toy to your cat and see how he/she reacts! It may take some time for them to figure out what’s inside, but after one treat comes out, they will know and have fun with the toy!

(I recommend using only treats as I made two and they didn’t use the toy with normal dry food)

Modify It Speed Challenge

Participated in the
Modify It Speed Challenge

Be the First to Share


    • Make it Glow Contest

      Make it Glow Contest
    • Clocks Contest

      Clocks Contest
    • Cold Challenge

      Cold Challenge



    2 years ago

    My cat loved it, thank you


    Reply 2 years ago

    Thank you so much for trying it! I’m happy your cat liked it


    Tip 2 years ago

    Just remember that not all cats will be interested. I have two cats and only one decided to play with it. The other just ignored it. So don’t feel bad if your kitty doesn’t want to play.