The ASPCA estimates 78 million dogs and 85.8 million cats are owned in the United States. With all these cats and dogs, it’s no wonder that we are all living with limited storage space for our furry friends. To help get organized, we put together some ideas for storing all your pets’ most important items.
Fabric Bins and Drawers are the easiest and fastest way to get your pets’ stuff organized. They are perfect for corralling balls, squeaky toys, and ribbons or strings.
Or, they might just be the perfect place to play in…
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If you’re tired of dealing with cumbersome food bags and treat boxes in the pantry, consider adding our Kitchen Cabinet Organizers to create more storage space in your cabinets, and by placing these items behind a closed door, you can keep curious noses from creating a mess in your pantry.
ClosetMaid Tip: These are great for storing pet shampoos and brushes in bathroom cabinets too!
Also, don’t forget that it’s important to give your pets their own space! Whether your pet spends time in your mudroom or laundry room, or maybe in your own bedroom, you can create room for everyone by getting organized.
Another great way to give your pets their own space is by converting the awkward under-the-stairs space into the perfect pet house:
Help lessen pet clutter by creating a station by the front door that holds everything you need when taking your pet for a walk. Keep leashes, collars, a few to-go treats, your sunglasses, and everything else you might need organized either on hooks, or in its own organization system.
Since our pets are members of the family, investing in a proper storage system is a must for all pet owners! For more organization and lifestyle tips, visit ClosetMaid.com, and check out all of our other channels: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, Houzz and Flickr.