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... Making woolly toys continued

 

 

Comfortable bedding & something to play with can make a huge difference to animals. As well as this, many cats & kittens become quite attached to their bedding or toys. Heres how to make your own familiar toys, any time you need a new one.

See the beginning of Instructions for making cat toys on the previous page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why wool?

Wool is a natural material that cats often respond well to. Sometimes the smell of synthetic material can deter a sensitive nose or a nervous disposition. The smell of clean wool often seems to have a comforting effect, & often initiates play instincts.

 

 

Warning: Never give balls of wool for kittens or cats to play with, never leave them laying around!

Animals can become dangerously entangled in lengths of any material, the toys described on this page are a safe alternative woolly toy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The cats at Romney House would love to play with woolly toys, from anyone kind enough to make & send them in

To tie up loose ends or to add extra colours, thread them through the body of the toy with a needle

To tie up loose ends or to add extra colours, thread them through the body of the toy with a needle

You could be as creative as you like with they toys, cats see browns and greens particularly well

You could be as creative as you like with they toys, cats see browns and greens particularly well

The woolen toys are ideal for kittens

The woolen toys are ideal for kittens

Adults would appreciate some toys just as much

Adults would appreciate some toys just as much

Wool soon has cats leaping for joy

Wool soon has cats leaping for joy

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