A 30 Second Cat/dog Toy!

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About: I make a lot of things and add my own twists to everyday objects. I would rather make something on my own than buy it. ofton times I save money that way!

My cats were just sitting on my chair bored out of their minds and then I thought...

A 30 Second Cat Toy!

I dug around in my fabric box and found this cute cat paw fabric. I dug in my random scraps box and found a plastic shopping bag [I never throw those away] and I said "A-Ha!" and I documented it here on isnstructables!

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Step 1: Things You Need to Make It.

This cat/dog toy has very few parts.
1)fabric [I found some cat paw fabric at the bottom of my facric scaps box.]
2)a plastic grocery bag [this was in my random scraps box]
3)some string

tools:
1)a scissors

Step 2: Step One

crumple the bag up to be about the size of your fist.

Step 3: Step Two

put the bag on the fabric.

Step 4: Step Three

tie it together. use a bow if you wish.

note: tie it tight so the bag doesnt come out and suffocate your beloved felix domesticus

Step 5: Let Your Cats or Dogs Play With It

let your cats or dogs play with it.

my cats liked it, but my dog LOVED it.




                                                                            -Techturtle2

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    11 Discussions

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    LordPeanut

    6 years ago on Introduction

    paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw paw lol :)

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    whisperonthewind

    8 years ago on Step 5

    The really noisy crinkly bags would be good for this. And they would last a little longer. If you really want to make them go crazy, add a pinch of catnip in the mix, just toss it into the mass of crinkled bag, continue as before. And I would suggest a rubber band before the ribbon. The ribbon might come off but the toy would still be a toy.

    Best page in this instructable was the one with all the paws... Good job!

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    techturtle2ChrysN

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you, ChrysN! I've seen a few of your 'ibles and I'm a big fan. I espcially like the plush cell model.

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    Browncoat

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I would strongly recommend using another way to close the bag or at least double-knotting the tie. Cat can get in MAJOR health trouble if they start to swallow something like that.

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