Every cat owner wants to build a home for their cats where they can reside and peacefully relax. But, unfortunately, they could not get their favourite design or get any cat house in their budget. So, to resolve this issue, we will teach you how to make a DIY cat tent. Don’t worry. This will be a cost-efficient and easy process.
In the next section of the article, let us look at the supplies list essential to making a DIY Cat Tent. The list is as follows:
- Scissors or Cutter
- Cardboard Piece
- Two Hangers
Steps To Make A DIY Cat Tent
Step 1: The first step is to take two hangers and gently cut down the twisted or curved ends.
Cutting the Hangers Edges
Step 2: Then, shape the hangers. It should look in the following manner.
Arranging the Hangers
Step 3: Then, cover the edges of the cardboard with tape or duct tape. Once the cardboard box is appropriately covered, make tiny holes on all four corners.
Covering the Box and Making the Holes
Step 4: The fourth step is to take both the hangers and then arrange them in the following manner. Once it is attached, wrap its endings with the help of tape.
Arranging the Hangers like Pyramid
Step 5: After fixing the hangers, gently insert both the hangers-on all the four corners.
Fixing the Hangers
Step 6: Once you place the hangers inside the hole, gently bend the corners of the hangers.
Placing the Hangers in Holes
Step 7: Once you bend the corners, then attach them by using tape.
Bending the Edges and Attaching a Tape
Step 8: Once you stick the tape on all the corners, rotate it and check everything is appropriately fixed.
Rotating the Base
Step 9: The last step is to insert the T-shirt.
DIY Cat Tent
- We recommend you to use an old T-shirt to do this DIY project.
Things To Remember
- Take care of your hands while cutting and fixing the edges of the hanger.
Saquib Siddiqui is a Mechanical Engineer with expertise in science projects and experiments. Saquib’s work focuses on integrating scientific concepts with practical applications, making complex ideas accessible and exciting for learners of all ages. In addition to his practical work, Saquib has authored several articles, research papers, and educational materials.