Kitten Mittens, Cat Toys

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No doubt, everyone has seen this funny promo clip featuring ‘Kitten Mittens’ for ‘It’s always sunny in Philadelphia’.

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Kitten Mittens, Redefined

However, kitten mittens on cats maybe fun entertainment for people. However, kitten mittens can actually be useful a pet toys. That is, it the mittens are on the hands of people instead. Enjoy playing with your cat, but getting tired of being scratched up all the time??! The kitten mitten is your answer. You can buy them or make your own. The store-bought versions of this interactive cat toy are made from 100% rugged cotton canvas, have an elastic ribbed wrist cuff. The fingers are longgggggg: 9.5 inch! How fun.

Your kitten (or grown cat!) will LOVE this. The plastic-reinforced fingers tipped with catnip-infused pom-poms, and have jingle bells…. Oh may, It does not get better than that in cat land.

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And you will love it to as the Kitten Mitten protects your hands from your little darling’s sharp claws!

They are for purchase on Amazon, just click the images:

Some say: ‘this is probably the best cat toy we’ve ever had’.

How To Make Your Own Kitten Mittens

Here’s how to make a Kitten Mitten toy. It’s fairly easy.

  1. Take an old glove that fits, or buy a heavy duty garden glove that fits.
  2. From some thick, bright colored, scrap cotton, make 5 long fingers: cut & sew tubes that will go over the fingers of your garden glove.

  3. Line each finger with strip of a thick plastic bag.
  4. From a thinner fabric, cut 10 circles, and sew them together in pairs, leaving a little opening.
  5. Fill each ball with catnip.
  6. Sew the balls onto the fingers.
  7. Sew some jingle bells onto the fingers of the hand.
  8. Sew the fingers onto the glove.

How to use your Mitten?

Wiggle the catnip-laced pom-poms and watch pets pounce while your hands stay safe inside extra-long, plastic-reinforced fingers. Have fun, and be sure to not drive your cat too crazy. The idea is to entertain and please your cat, not to pester!!

How to Make a Cat Bed

Be sure to look at this very nice, crocheted/felted cat bed, that is just so delightful, I wish you’d have a cat if you don’t already have one.

Comments

  1. Dr.Marie, askavetquestion.com says:

    What a great idea! I think I need to get one of these for my cat!

  2. Fine Craft Guild says:

    I know, aren’t they cool? However, I wonder that a vet would actually think of toys like this.

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