Greetings kitties, today I am introducing a post entitled, "How to make a Puzzle Feeder your cat will not appreciate," or, "How to suck at arts and crafts," or even, "How to be too cheap to buy a proper one."
That's right, with this handy step to step guide, you too can have a Puzzle Feeder that you can treat with the same withering indifference that you treat all the stuff you humans make you.
You will need -
- At least six toilet paper tubes
- Glue and tape
- Some card
- A few pegs (eleventy million)
Glue two of the toilet paper rolls together, side by side. Secure with some pegs whilst they dry. Repeat this step, this time gluing three rolls side by. You should have one roll spare at this point. If you haven't then you've done it wrong!
Glue the spare roll on top of the two rolls you glued earlier, peg them together until dry. It should look something like this...
Glue the little pyramid of rolls you've just made to the three rolls you glued earlier and peg until dry, like this...
Step Four: After you've left the now bigger pyramid to dry over night, it's time to glue some card around the sides to strengthen it. Peg and leave to dry.
Step Five: Optional. If you so wish you can tape some more card to the back of the Puzzle Feeder, like this... Afterwards you can decorate the Puzzle Feeder, simply to waste a bit of time, because your cat couldn't care less either way.
Step Six: The final step, fill the Puzzle Feeder with a few of your cats favourite treats in each tube/section. Place on the floor, windowsill or other favourite cat hang out and wait for the fun to begin... or not.
"Woman! My treats appear to be stuck in this contraption. Rectify this immediately!"