Foot Paw Stool
If you have an old footstool lying around, repurpose it into Fido or Garfield’s feeding station. Do the same as you did with the other projects and cut out holes for the bowls to fit inside. This is another great project for minimal cost, plus you get to reuse things that you already had.
Give a basic raised feeder an artistic flair by finishing it off with mosaic tile. Attach it with spackle. This is a great way to create some interest in your home!
DIY Pet Food Bowl Stand: For Cats
This raised feeding station is for the travelers at heart. Simply repurpose an old vintage suitcase by putting a plank with the bowls on top. You can even attach metal legs to the bottom of your suitcase if you wanted to raise the bowls off the ground even more.
Here’s another wall-mounted feeding station that’s more suitable for any room. I like how this keeps Fido or Garfield close by for mealtime but not in the way. Yellow Brick Home share more details here.
Use an old picnic basket to create a fun foodie-themed raised feeder. Consignment and donation stores often have picnic baskets for sale if you don’t have one on hand. Cut holes in the top of the basket for the bowls to rest and store extra food in the space below the basket. Pretty neat AND cheap.
While we’re on the topic of your pets, check out this post on tail-wagging costume ideas for pets!