Possibly! Hah. But that might not cut it. More like, between two boxes or bins or something.like my legs?
My friend's cat likes enclosed spaces. You could merely create a V-shaped opening between two things and he'll choose to lie down in that space. Take it to the next level and create caves out of furniture and whatnot. I don't know what's with cats and enclosed (even just partially so) spaces.
I've learned not to spend any more money on toys and things for my cats. Expensive toys, balls, mice, etc, always end up ignored. I just give them toilet paper rolls, and they have a box they can chew on. Annoying as hell when it's 4 AM and I'm woken up by the sounds of them ripping that thing up! I'll go take it away, and one of them is inside and the other is fighting trying to get in as well.
Bottle caps, too. Cats are so weird. They'll hardly play with the expensive and interesting toys, but give them some everyday piece of trash and they'll play with it for hours.