On the open end of the box cut the flap off of each long side.
Diy cardboard box cat fort.
Cats are going to claim cardboard boxes it s just their thing.
Hold the flaps in place until the glue is set.
Select three or more cardboard boxes of various size.
Skyscraper cardboard cat scratcher recycle old cardboard scraps into this amazing skyscraper that not only contributes to living room decor but also gives your feline friend a nice scratchy surface.
As their human you have two choices.
10 steps for building your own cardboard cat castle.
After this magnificent cat fort creation.
Cut the flaps off the top side of the boxes.
They shouldn t be in the shape of boxes just yet.
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Line up entry.
Assemble the bottom of the first box the one with the door.
All three boxes should be large enough that your cat is able to fit comfortably inside.
Step 2 cut a circular hole about 8 to 10 inches in diameter through the front of each box using a box cutter.
Do not use plastic wrap under any circumstance.
Decide on the size.
Lay your cardboard boxes flat on the ground next to each other.
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Use the box cutter to cut entry holes into whichever boxes you choose.
Brainstorm a rough layout of the box fort before cutting any holes.
Make sure the size of the box is appropriate for your cat and all holes are easy get through.
Discard the house or fort once it has been damaged enough.
Fold in two opposite flaps generously coat them with hot glue then fold the remaining two flaps over them.
Steps to building your cardboard cat castle.
Leave a plain ugly cardboard box in the middle of your living room for months.
We re going to go with a simple two story castle here but you can add on more as you go.
These diy cardboard cat toys are easy to build and cost effective make them to provide fun filled time to your feline friend.
Never leave sharp edges on the boxes.