24 weekend projects for pets : dog houses, cat trees, rabbit by David Griffin

By David Griffin

"Complete plans and directions for construction greater than 20 habitats and furniture for universal loved ones pets"--Provided by way of publisher.

Cat tree --
Green doghouse --
Small animal cage --
Rabbit hutch --
Kennel pergola --
Cat climber --
Utility doghouse --
Indoor aviary --
Bird perch --
Ranch doghouse --
Dog ramp --
Litter field hide --
Cat sill perch --
Pet door --
Cedar scratching put up --
Cat steps --
Oak puppy mattress --
Snake cage --
Aquarium stand --
Cat television --
Birdhouse --
Bird feeder --
Bird feeder stand.

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Remember that any path prefers a destination. Our plan calls for a regal corner perch high above the room. Toggle bolts are used to connect the step brackets to the wall, which provide plenty of strength. Unless you have very heavy cats, or your children will do some climbing, stud attachment is not required. indd Sec1:50 PROJECTS FOR PETS CD307-130/4234 3/23/07 3:56:15 PM PROVISION CPI C B C A Tools Measuring tape Miter square Table saw* Belt sander* or rasp Vise, drill Countersink bit Drill bits *optional Materials Painter’s tape Cardboard scraps 3/8 × 31/2" lag bolts 1/8 × 3" toggle bolts Wood dowel Wood glue (2) 2 × 6" (24" per ledge, 48" per perch) (1) 2 × 4" (24" per ledge or perch) Cutting List Key Part Dimension Pcs.

Score the insulation with a utility knife and snap or cut it with a wallboard saw. adhesive, attach the insulation to the walls, roof and underside of the floor. Then, cut wall and ceiling coverings from 1/8"- or 1/4"-thick tempered wall panels. Install the wall panels with 1” brads (photo J). FINISH THE HOUSE As a decorative touch, cut 1 × 2 battens to fit on the walls and at the corners, extending from the bottom to the top of the wall sheathing. Nail a batten at each corner and add two intermediate battens, evenly spaced, per wall (photo K).

Plywood Aluminum brads 1/2" grid galvanized hardware cloth Cutting List Key Part Size Pcs. indd 33 PROJECTS FOR PETS CD307-68/4239 3/14/07 7:15:37 PM PROVISION CPI ■ How to Build a Small Animal Cage Rip nominal 1× poplar into 2"-wide strips (you’ll need about 20 lineal feet 2" wide). Also rip stock to 31/2" wide for the bottom rail pieces and the post filler strips. If you do not have access to a table saw, purchase three 8-ft. -long 1 × 4. Cut the parts to length. Create the corner posts by butting a post filler strip against a post at a right angle and attaching with glue and finish nails or pneumatic brad nails (photo A).

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