Owning a pet can be very expensive. Unless you’re adopting, rescuing, or receiving a free puppy/kitten from a litter your family member or close friend just had, you’re most likely spending money for just ownership of the pet alone. But then there’s vet bills, food, and toys and soon enough you’ll find yourself buying excessive napkins and carpet cleaner or stain removers as your pet is being potty trained. Then, you’re going to need a restock on food, a restock on toys, a restock on **everything** — it’s a never ending cycle of spending money. Check out some of the DIY ideas below that’ll help you save some money. The last thing we want you to do is spend a very big amount on something that you can create for half the cost (or maybe even less).No more food and/or water spillage!
A perfect add to your modern living space.
Sew pieces of felt together and simply stuff it with some stuffing.
This is especially good for pet owners who take their pets with them everywhere.
This will take up less space and will make your living room look a lot more stylish.
Perfect for pets who love to destroy their toys.
It’ll be out of natural peanut butter, vegetable oil, vanilla extract, flour, baking soda, honey and shredded carrots.
These will cause your cats to be twisting and rolling on the floor with their faces rubbing against them.
Not only does it look cool, you can fold it up and easily store it away when it’s not in use.
It’s made out of 1 cup food grade diatom flour, 1/2 cup neem powder, 1/2 cup yarrow powder, and 20 drops of eucalyptus essential oil (skip the oil if making the powder for cats).
Use twine to hang them up from a tree branch in your back or front yard.