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My name is Abby Jones and I am talking about the process of moving into a new space and
how to organize each room within that space. Right now I'm in the kitchen and specifically
in the pantry talking about the things that I'm keeping in my pantry and where I'm putting
them in my pantry. So one of the things that I'm putting in my pantry is my pet food. I
have a cat and so I have her food and her treats. That I'm keeping right here. It's
easily accessible and she gets treats every morning. So I like to have those, those in
a place that's easy to get to and I also have a little basket over here with some other
pet supplies. Like her flea medicine her heart worm medicine and her brush and a leash that
I try to get her to wear but she never wore. So I have, I have this kind of pet area to
kind of contain that stuff. I also have a container with bird food in it right here.
Which is not for my cat and I don't have birds pets but I have feathered friends that feed.
So I need to refill my bird feeder every now and then and keep that down here with my pet
supplies. If you have a dog then you might want to think about if your dog has a tendency
to get into the food. Obviously you would ether want to put your food ether into a plastic
container. That he or she cannot get into or put it higher up on your shelves. So that,
so that the dog doesn't get into it. Or if you just have a really mean cat.