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It doesn't matter what size they are but try and make sure they are big enough for a cat. Make sure both boxes are open on one of the large sides.
Make sure the opening is big enough for the cat to be able to get in.
Hold the boxes together so the openings of the boxes are together (see pics). Then use Sellotape or masking tape to seal them together.
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