Willow my Ragdoll in her winter jumper😻 Pet Accessories, Dog Toys, Cat Toys, Pet Tric
Many cat toys make wonderful rabbit toys as well. Anyone with house rabbits and cats knows this since often rabbits will snatch the cat's toys right from their furry mitts.
That's where toys come in. Rabbits need toys even more than cats or dogs that at least have windows to look out and space to roam. There aren't a lot of rabbit toys on the market, though, and the ones that are out there are usually expensive and poor quality. That's why I made this page. There are numerous toys you can make that your rabbit will love, and best of all, they're so cheap to make that you can make a ton of them, so you can switch out the bunny toys as your rabbit gets bored or destroys them.
Willow Shields: Katniss Plays with Cat Toys
Willow's Worms Pipe cleaner cat toys a Kitten's - Etsy
Willow Phelps loves cats. So, when she learned how to sew, she started making catnip-stuffed cat toys. Her cats could only use so many toys, so she started selling them over social media, and they were really popular. Another fundraising tool Willow uses regularly is sewing; this year alone, she raised about $1,000 by selling her hand-crafted catnip toys. She used the money to buy coats, sleeping bags, sleep mats, long underwear, gloves and more than 200 pairs of socks for homeless people, and food for their pets as well. Willow started selling her cat toys at street fairs under the project name “Operation Happy Paws, Happy Feet,” and attached tags to the toys that explained the work that Collide NYC does. She ended up making a bunch of money that she was able to use to buy not only socks, but sleeping bags, coats, and long underwear for people on the streets. Yes! If there is a potential that your dog (or cat) will swallow the toys or the stuffing we do not recommend toys. Sometimes dogs will chew beds and blankets at the kennel when they don’t do it at home. If you are unsure we do provide kennel safe toys and fleece bedding at no extra charge! All our kennels come with Kuranda beds which are super comfy dog proof “cots” that keep them off the floor. These are toys that must be manipulated for your cat to obtain a food reward. Unfortunately, there are not nearly as many styles of foraging toys commercially available for cats as there are for their canine counterparts. You can make your own foraging toys by using small plastic household containers and cutting out holes that are slightly larger than the size of the food/treats that you will put inside. Another homemade variation would be a shoebox with holes cut out about the size of a ping pong ball and then fill with treats and a few ping pong balls as an “obstacle”. Be sure to tape the lid on. There are a variety of foraging toys available at Paws Whiskers & Claws, The Feline Hospital. To shop for toys and to learn more about foraging visit Doc: Hallie, let's get Willow ready for a CAT scan. Willow: I get my very own kind of scan? Chilly: Now that's livin'. Doc: Not exactly. Other toys, and even kids, get CAT scans. Stuffy: Why would a kid need a CAT scan? They're not cats. If they are, they hide their whiskers very well. Chilly: Unless a CAT scan turns you into a cat. (Both Stuffy and Chilly scream) Doc: (Giggles) That's just what they're called. C-A-T stands for computerized axial tomography. It's a fancy way to say it's a scan that shows even more than an X-ray.