I previously shared information on how you can cut down an adult sweater to fit your favorite fur-baby, and today, I’ve found a new way to alterhuman clothes that looks relatively easy. Babies outgrow onesies so quickly, and I love how these can be easily modified for a small dog.
I have not ‘brewed’ a batch of this DIY solution for Pet Odors – yet – so have no firsthand knowledge of how well it works. However, the ingredients seem like they could be good choices and worth a try. If any of you give this a try, let me know how this works for you — if it is bad, I will delete this blog!
I‘m not 100% sure why mouthwash would be so effective at eliminating pet odor, but it does fight bacteria and therefore, this could be logical.
By vinegar, I assume they mean white vinegar, which I use for a lot of cleaning projects – IMHO, vinegar is great for washing windows + if one puts it in the washer for the rinse cycle, clothes seem to repel stains. AND a couple drops in the water of one’s steam iron can take wrinkles out of permanent press and/or put creases in.
Dawn is good for a lot of things and hydrogen peroxide generally takes out blood stains, so I figure this combination could work. Like I said, if any of you try it, let me know how it works!
The following shows a graphic step-by-step DIY tutorial for making this self-petting station for cats. See how the cat enjoys playing this! You can also view the complete tutorial via this link: DIY Self-Petting Station for Cats
You will need:
- 2 toilet bowl brushes, the best color you can find
- A board roughly 12″x12″, any shape you like
- A small block of wood 1″x1″x1″, any shape you like
- Fabric or carpet to cover the board
- A drill and a set of drill bits
- Guerrilla Glue (the kind that expands) or Hot Glue
- Staple gun, this is optional
- Spraypaint, this is optional
- A yardstick
- A sharpie
When it comes to your cat, you only want them to have the best and sometimes the best way to get the perfect accessory or toy for your cat is to make it yourself. 1. Cat Bed The first thing that you need with this craft is a basket. This is important because it is…
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The only thing whoever put this on Pinterest did not mention was how much of a mess would be made with this … knowing Purrsideon, I suspect quite a good one, so if you decide to make one of these, I suggest you limit the play area to somewhere, which is easy to clean up.
After she chopped down the tree, she trimmed the branches and plucked the leaves. She also got some strange looks from neighbors, wondering why she was dragging something for recycling home. This is the tree she started with – click on it to go to the original site for complete design photos and story:
I previously shared instructions for how to do this, but when I discovered this gif on google+ I thought you might enjoy it. (Mr. M gives the project his purr of approval.)
I bet a pallet could be repurposed to make something like this:
If my eyes don’t deceive me, one could use one of those hazard things + jute twine to make this:
#3 would require good carpentry skills, but – WOW!
For the first time in many, many years, we decided to forgo getting a regular Christmas tree and make our own…out of wood. The reason became very clear as we watched our six month old kittens repeatedly try to climb an artificial plant in our TV room only to have it come crashing to the…