DIY Cat Fur Things To Make At Home

You have a lot of free time, is there anything more satisfying than doing something completely useless with your time? I don’t think so.

Accepting the feeling is clearly what brought me to realize that creating pretty, little things out of cat fur or hair really wasn’t as bad as it sounded. In fact it is exciting, fun and functional. You can make creative cat crafts using cat fur. Wondering what to do with all that cat fur you sweep off the floors daily or with those hairballs that collect on your cat’s brush while grooming it?

Well, you can save it for later and do some arts and crafts! If you are a creative person, this idea might not surprise you; otherwise, it is an area you can consider exploring. Why waste that precious fur, right?

You can start by reading crafting with cat fur books or searching online for crafting resources and DIY videos on YouTube. Apart from making beautiful things made of cat fur that can grace your home interiors, you must reflect on why your cat is losing so much hair; suppose you suspect it to be just a little too much.

Skin issues, nutritional deficiencies, and other medical conditions can contribute to fur loss. Schedule an appointment with the vet and take your cat for testing to rule out potential health problems. At the same time, consider being prepared with cat insurance in the least so getting medical help for your cat during dire health scenarios need not be financially burdening.

Search popular cat insurance policies online, inquire about pet insurance cost, then request and compare quotes before signing up for the best fit plan for your feline pet. Meanwhile, read this article to learn two cutesy crafts you can easily make with cat fur.

Pick up this hobby to intrigue and impress your human friends and share these ideas with other cat-loving people. With the below hacks, your cat’s constant shedding can help serve a few fun causes.

Little puppets

Collect the fur balls on your cat’s brush after combing to make beautiful finger puppets. Hairballs can be easily molded into sleek sheets with the help of fingers that will mostly appear and feel like felt material.

Keep them aside for a while and pick thin cardboard. Draw an animal (puppy, kitten, bunny, duck, etc.) on the cardboard and cut it out. After that, stick the cat fur sheet to cover the cardboard cutout and wrap it around your finger like a cone. Add some glitter, gems for eyes, ribbon around the neck, or a bow tie that can make the puppet look more adorable.

Cat toys

This way, you can make as many toys as you want and gift your pet one daily for variety and to keep its spirits high during playtime. Collect your cat’s fur and store it in a jar. Roll it into small balls and then take a felt or fabric cutout and wrap it around the fur ball.

After this, sew the ends and close the gaps. With this, a tiny fur toy is ready. Try this out in different shapes and sizes, and give your cat a tray of assorted handmade fur toys it can happily engage with during playing hours.

Japanese cat hair figurines

You can make figurines very easily, it doesn’t require a lot of effort. These Japanese figurines are simple to make for needle felters. Cat fur feels exactly the same as the felted wool that you use while knitting. You can easily knit the cat fur and make figurines.

Needle felted 3D pictures

You can make some amazing art, just expand the power of your imagination and you can make wonders. Use your cat’s fur to make something out of it like a 3D wall frame, as your cat’s fur will look much better, accessorized and clinging to a picture than it will sticking to your pants or the sofas.

Make a bracelet out of fur

Twisting strands of fur together and braiding them in different ways is a great way to create a very unique bracelet. Clasping ends are easy to find at crafting stores!

So, think again if you plan to throw away all that precious fur settled on the floor. However, it should be concerning if your furry baby is losing too much hair lately. The matter can be more severe than just losing some balls of fur that you can use to make playthings.

Should you suspect something is not alright, contact your vet for advice and medical assistance. With cheap pet insurance, your feline pet will be covered for basic health care; however, you can go for a more comprehensive cover that can cost a little more. Check the various options available in buying pet insurance online and consider purchasing a cat insurance policy that best fits your munchkin’s health circumstances and your budget.