Make an Easter Egg Kitty Treat Dispenser.




Introduction: Make an Easter Egg Kitty Treat Dispenser.

About: One man and his cat, I enjoy fixing and making things at a laymans level.

You will need: 
  A Kinder Egg
 Some string (optional)

Dremel multi tool
Hot glue glue (optional)

And most important, KITTY TREATS!

Step 1: 1st, Eat the Chocolate and Assemble the Toy.

You'll be left with a yellow plastic egg, draw an outline of the size hole you want. Make it just a bit bigger than the kitty treats you want to use.

Step 2: DO NOT Use a Knife With This Step, the Plastic Can Split.

Use your Dremel multi-tool to cut the outline out, and drill a hole for the string in the end with the hole. This makes it easy for kitty to carry without the treats falling out.

Step 3: Add the String

Thread the string through the small hole, tie a knot . Add a small blob of hot glue to the knot and pull the string, this will attach the string to the inside of the egg.

Step 4: Now Fill With Kittys Favourite Treats!

It might take a while for kitty to get the idea, but once the penny drops she'll love this.

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    5 years ago

    I just bought one similar it has holes in it's ears that they now have a kitty treat that looks like a noodle for them to eat and you can also put their favourite treat in the belly of it it cost me I think about two dollars at the dollar store. I would have made it if I had thought of looking here soon !?


    8 years ago on Introduction

    That was soooo coool! i loved the video too. I have to make one for my 2 kitties. I loved watching your video it was so cute.


    10 years ago on Introduction

    Good idea! I wish I could do something like this, but I have a feeling my dog would just eat the whole leave and anger the cats. :P

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    Green Silver

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    I guess it's not such a great idea if you have dogs in the house, but it keeps my cat entertained for hours. :)