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Wordless Wednesday

What might an animal shelter use this for?

Is your head swimming with ideas? Share them in the comment box!

Update: Leave it to shelter peeps to come up with the most creative ideas this side of MacGyver! What you’re looking at is Washington State's largest laundry basket! It actually starts out as a doggy swimming pool for the canines at the NOAH Center in Stanwood. When one of the exuberant bathers pops a hole in the pool, it gets repurposed as a great laundry basket.

Photo: The NOAH Center

 

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ohhhh this is a goldmine! This is a whelping box, this is a cool down for summer fun, this holds supplies of towels etc, this a playpen for puppies and kittens up to 3 weeks old. This is fun to jump on ( when it's upside down), Bully Brreds are known to carry this around by the outer rim.

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the largest litterbox ever!

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We use these in our play yards for cooling down during summer, and for some water play! the dogs LOVE them!

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A ball pit!

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Leave it to shelter peeps to come up with the most creative ideas this side of MacGyver! What you’re looking at is Washington State's largest laundry basket! It actually starts out as a doggy swimming pool for the canines at the NOAH Center in Stanwood. When one of the exuberant bathers pops a hole in the pool, it gets repurposed as a great laundry basket.

Thanks to all who played along!

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