How to organize cats.
Because I’m a professional organizer, it’s the first of April, and I’m feeling a bit silly today, I will share the best ways to organize your cats. I have come to the conclusion that WE don’t really have to organize cats, they will do it themselves. I have so many awesomely creative and funny people who I follow on Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter, and being the good professional organizer and librarian/researcher I am, I have found a pattern across all of these social media, showing how easily cats organize themselves.
We have 3 cats, and they do tend to organize themselves in their own way, that’s for sure!
Here are my 3 cats:
So, just for funsies, today is all about how to organize cats!
Organize them in stackable bins.
You can add bins as you acquire more cats! Very versatile!
Or on the stairs.
(Unless you plan to use said stairs…)
Organize them in their own laundry baskets by color and size.
Store them in their own cubbies.
Here’s a larger model cubbie.
Organize them in individual boxes.
Or you can just leave them in the paper bags you got them in.
This makes it easy to take them from room to room as well…
But don’t stuff them all in a box – they’ll get wrinkled…
But just to be an equal opportunity organizer, here are some other animals who are nicely organized!
A dresser fully of neatly organized puppies!
And, of course, one always needs to have neatly stacked foxes.
What does the fox say, you ask? “Keep me organized!”
Want some real (I promise) ideas on cat care? A post I wrote full of great ideas on keeping your cat healthy and happy: Cats are people, too.
Sometimes we just need a break from all of the seriousness of life. I hope this put a smile on your face today 🙂
Happy April Fool’s Day!
P.S. Looking for more April Fool’s Day fun? Check out these ideas!
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