Recycle of used materials 

Today I would like to share my new creation that I made by using used materials such as cardboard boxes, toilet roll, empty air freshener spray,  magazines and many more. 

Having a kitten/pet is not easy,  you have to make sure you are committed and financially stable to take care of them.  

As a pet lover,  we can’t bear to see our dearest pet just sit and loitering around at home doing nothing.  We will definitely  need to spend on things like cages, place for them to sleep and play,  food and many more.  

However money is not everything.  You just need a little skills and creativity to DIY some of the things yourself if possible. So here’s a few creation that I would like to share. 

 Firstly,  the  cat play house that I created which comes with sensor light and fake grass carpet. 

This playhouse was made of ;

  • two cartons of cat cans food that were tape together
  • an empty air freshener spray
  •  fake grass carpet
  • Toilet roll cardboard
  • And spray or paint

Here are more photos of the outcomes.  Let me know if you wanna know more on the steps. 

And then get your pet to test it!

Do now lets beautify it.!

Secondly, I create my pet hanging net. .  It is made up of ;

  • String
  • Bell ball/feathers/other cat toys 
  • 2 piece of pole

This is the easiest  but will take time to make the netting. Old

Lastly my cat’s sleeping basket.It is made up of;

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Author: muddmitaq

I am a multi disciplinary artist lived in singapore. I did fashion, graphics, interior and product design and I also enjoy painting my canvases with different mediums.

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