“Simba” is growing well and is stable at 2.4kg at 2.5 months of age.
Recently, she has been playing with herself by running around. Anyway, she runs. He runs while saying “nyau”. I wonder if she is looking for something…
Well, she is interested in all kinds of things, sniffing and touching with her paws, and is always amazed.
Also, with a kitten, she’ll try to climb the curtain… her claws just go into the lace weave. I think it’s very easy to climb because it’s so easy to get to the top of the mountain. But don’t be an owner-operator! I’m one of those people.
I’m one of those people.
So, I did some research on the internet and found out that the act of climbing seems to be a cat’s instinct, so if you put a cat tower for him to climb the tree, he will stop climbing the curtain.
As a matter of fact, if you are not renting a house, but a detached house or an apartment building, I recommend building a cat catwalk for your cat.
So back to the story, this time I made a homemade cat tower for the kittens.
The tools I prepared are as follows. I bought them all at the 100 yen shop. The total cost is about 3,000 yen.[box class=”pink_box” title=””]
- Paper tube 30 cm and 39 cm (for vertical use)
- L-shape joint
- Hemp rope and rope string
- MDF board
- Cloth (for hammock) *I use a ready-made hammock.[/box]
It will take about 2 hours to make it. It will take time to wind the string.
This time, I used a hemp cord as the main material, but I think a thicker rope cord can shorten the production time.
Also, if your kitten is too heavy furniture to prevent it from falling over.
My cat “Simba” liked it right away and went up and down on it.
He especially likes the hammock. He fell asleep in the hammock yesterday, too, and woke up in the morning (he usually sleeps in the bed (I’m a little sad to come…wow)
So that’s it for this article. Thank you for reading to the end.