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Place an opened carrier in the cat’s living area with a blanket inside, as an inviting place to sleep.

Put treats in the carrier to help entice her inside and practice simply shutting the door while she is in there.

Be careful not to scare or traumatize her, but slowly help her get used to the idea of being in there without any threat of danger.

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