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Tweets And Memes All About Art Crafts In 2020 (Pets Edition)

2020 will forever be known as the year of the crafties. Seriously, even those who don't craft turned to crafting at some point in 2020. Whether that craft be painting, knitting, or baking bread (yes, baking is a craft), 2020 was the year that all human beings became so boring with existence that we turned to anything we could to make us feel again. 

And crafts really did come through for us in 2020, it gave us a feeling of accomplishment which we all needed. And there's no crafting include that doesn't include animals wreaking havoc, or crafts, especially for animals. And if you did do crafts that didn't include animals... well, let's just say it didn't make our list. 

We know that with the New Year comes new expectations but try to keep the crafties alive! 

2020 arts and crafts featuring animals - thumbnail includes two images of tweets of cats | Ella @missellacronin M started knitting my first ever jumper but might just stop here because 's perfect sized cat blanket | Debs @debstergr Knitting's going well
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Another DIY video? Yes, PLEASE! 

This time we're going to tackle that one thing cats absolutely love to do. (No it's not yell at us at 5 am for their breakfast)

SCRATCH. Cats love to scratch. The couch, the door, the carpet, chairs you name it, they'll scratch it! That's why we've taken their favorite item, yes a cardboard box, and turned it into a fun and cool Camera-Shaped scratching post for them to use! 

Just a few items and easy peasy instructions and you'll be camera-ready in no time! 

And in case you missed our other easy tutorials like baking yummy tuna cookies/ catnip cookies or even a fun window seat, a throne fit for their royal highnesses, oh let's not forget the fun tv set they can relax in and cathouse they can sleep in

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It's Caturday! 

And YES, that means another fun DIY video made just for you (or really for your pets to enjoy!) 

So, let's just recap... we've made a fun window seat purrfect for your cat to view the outside world, a cuddly pillow using none other than our BFF's picture, and a purrfect TV box for them to chill and for you to watch them do just that (aka the best TV show ever!) 

Now let's switch it up and head into the kitchen to bake some yummy (well for them) treats!

Our easy step-by-step guide will show you exactly how to make the purrfect tuna cookies for your pets to enjoy.

Oh, they are also interactive! 

Have fun!! 

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The weekend you've all been waiting for has finally arrived and you know what it means…more spare time to pamper your feline friend!

We have already learned how to make a cool window seat for your spoiled cat, a pawsome pillow with your pet's photo on it and now- it's screen time!  

On weekends, we tend to spend a lot of time in front of the TV but since lately the shows feel kinda boring, how about watching some cats instead?  

Here's how you can make a TV set for the purr-fect Catflix & Chill. All you'll need is a cardboard box, some paper cups, and a few tools.

So…are you ready to see what's on tonight?

Stay tuned for next week's project.    

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The weekend as you've all been waiting for has finally arrived and you know what it means…more spare time for some crafty projects!

Last week, we learned how to make a cool window seat for your spoiled cat (we truly hope they managed to finally watch those two love birds next door), and this time we have something that will warm both your heart and your room decor.

Here's how you can make a pillow version of your pet so that you can always give them a little hug (even when they're not around : ) 

All you'll need is a photo of your beloved furry friend, some fabrics, and sewing tools!

Have fun and stay tuned for next week's project.   

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Wholesome: Dad Creates a Stick Library for Dogs at the Park

Andrew Taylor (59) a very talented craftsman from New Zealand, decided to use the dead branches at his back yard to create a "stick library" for his dog Bella and the other dogs who frequent the park where they go. Taylor set the box filled with rounded sticks at the park entrance and politely asked the dog owners to make sure the sticks will be returned to the box like the books in a real library. Andrew's daughter Tayla Reece was the one who proudly posted her father's project online. And we're glad she did – it's an adorable idea and one we hope other people will copy in their own local area.


wholesome old couple makes stick library for dogs at the park and it is just the cutest thing | white dog with brown spots on its head taking a stick from a wooden box in the park, the box is labeled a stick library and there's a request to return the sticks once the dogs are done playing with them
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Dog With Trust Issues Gets A 'Boudoir Bedroom' Made For Him

Due to some recent information, it turns out ICH got this story wrong previously, and we are very sorry for the misinformation that has been spread! 

Now, let's get the facts straight and bring this story the justice it deserves! 

Meet Sean Farrell, owner of 12-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier rescue dog named Sgt Buster. Farrell knew that Buster had some trust issues, particularly around single men. Farrell told Stuff, "If I was on the ground floor, he would go upstairs."

So Farrell decided to help Buster find some security in a "hooman free place" of his own. Thus, the 'boudoir bedroom' project begins! 


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