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    I've got a big wicker basket, but it's pretty much overflowing and about half of Abbey's toys fit in it.

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    we use a wicker basket too, funny to watch her dig for one of her favorite toys. We are slowly getting rid of the old battered ones and will be replacing them on christmas.
    Just a walk in the park....

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    I used to have a rectangular wooden basket with a cloth liner, but then one of the cats peed in it. So then I started using a big copper tub that I used to use for firewood but was no longer using. Not scratchable, not chewable, too heavy to drag around the house, apparently not tempting as a litterbox (though would be easy to clean just in case), and it looks good.

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