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I would avoid putting food in the shelter... especially wet food, as it would get messy and spoiled. Try to orient the shelter so that the opening is away from a lot of human activity, near a wall, fence or bush where the cats can feel safe and hidden while they investigate. Be patient... they aren't dumb and will eventually figure out that it's warm and comfortable in the box.
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