When we first saw Joanne Casey's instructions on how to store and organize cats, we were impressed. However, we have found that there are many other ways to store and organize your cats efficiently, whether you have many or just one. You should first choose a storage area large enough to contain all of the cat(s) you need to store. Some cats can be stored in a tight ball, while others must be left in their natural, relaxed state. It's important that no part of the cat hang over the edge of the container to avoid embarrassing spills. You should always consult your owner's manual and rely on past experience and common sense before storage to avoid damage. When you are clear about the proper way to handle your cat or cats, you can browse below to see what storage and organization options may suit your own personal needs.
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