Homemade cat toys ideas? I have made many but now my cat wont play with them anymore:
- String and stick
- cardboard with holes
- ball of paper
- ring of paper
Pets Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for pet owners, caretakers, breeders, veterinarians, and trainers. It only takes a minute to sign up.Sign up to join this community
Boxes, crates, really heavy duty twine (that cannot be chewed off, as that is a VERY bad situation), things that make crinkly sounds (balls of paper). All get some interest from my cats.
If your cat is older, and ESPECIALLY if your cat can go outside, it may loose interest in "fake" toys. Cats that spend some time outside are highly likely to loose interest in toys as they have more fun stuff to play with (live prey, which toys are usually some simulation of).
If your cat spends time outside I'd give up trying to interest it with toys. It's kind of like having imaginary friends if you have real ones... why bother.