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Backyard Chickens: Thrive in Winter
My Jack LOVES cardboard scratchers! Yes, it does leave little bits of the paper everywhere, but it is better than having my furniture destroyed. I couple of suggestions though, leave off the solid cover on the bottom, you could put a few globs of silicone or hot glue to make it non-slip, but when the top gets ragged and rough then you would be able to flip it over. I am going to try this, but I am going to make a stack of cardboard and run them through my band saw to make quick work of cutting the strips. I should be able to cut 8-10 layers at a time, and they would all be exactly the same. By the way, this attached picture is titled "Jack in the Box".
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Hungarian Baked Cauliflower Recipe (Coliflor Con Cúrcuma)
Great idea, this is something I can do with my teenager for her room. Thanks for sharing, great instructions!