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Though you could line the interior of the wire kennel into the pan with cardboard and tape the crap out of it so it stays attached to the kennel and poop doesn't get to the cardboard.

 

I have found 6 mil plastic, available in rolls at big box stores, really effective for keeping poo from coming out the sides of wire pens.

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post #12 of 13

Ya know, I am thinking if you moisten the food so it's like oatmeal, they could not choke on it - And remember, it's just for one or two days.

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Excellent ideas! I'm sure as the move gets closer I'll come up with a few more questions. Thanks for all the great responses.
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