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So, I have one of those big, tall Proselect cages. It is awesome, but I don't need it now, and need the space for the Christmas tree.

It was easy to put up and I did not need the instructions. Sadly, putting it away appears to be a totally different thing, and I cannot find instructions.

Can anyone try to explain exactly how it takes down? Or, failing that, do you know where I can find instructions? I can't even seem to find a proselect website to search for 'em there... my Google-fu has failed.

Appreciate any assistance!

Proselect Black Foldable Cat Cage | Overstock.com
 

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I couldn't find instructions, either, but maybe if you follow the assembly instructions backwards?

Lift up panels to unfold. Panels will form front, back and top of cage. Unfold and lift out one side panel and align it along front, back and top of cage. Unfold and lift out remaining side and secure to other side of front, back and top panels with clips. Attach perches at desired heights by hooking them to cage wires. Side with textured surface should face up. Slide ABS plastic tray into bottom of cage and hook latches to secure. Attach casters to bottom of cage using included screws. To open the hinged door at the bottom to remove tray, grip one of the corners, pull back and up to release the latch. Repeat on the other side. Lift up bar to take tray out. Measures 35-1/2-inch length by 22-1/4-inch width by 48-inch height.
 

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yea, it was the folding of the main part that had me flummoxed, and the instructions didn't explain that. I eventually got it though. Packs up nicely, when you get it right. Would be much easier with a second human instead of two helpful kittens :)
 

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yea, it was the folding of the main part that had me flummoxed, and the instructions didn't explain that. I eventually got it though. Packs up nicely, when you get it right. Would be much easier with a second human instead of two helpful kittens :)

were they supervising? :catsm
 

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More instructions from Amazon.


Foldable cat cage is a roomy and secure place for cats and small animals to rest and play. Made of durable, powder coated 8 and 12 gauge wire with close 1-1/4-inch by 6-inch wire spacing for extra strength and rounded edges for safety. Available in black color. Includes two doors, three perches, a removable, easy-clean, color-coordinated ABS plastic pan and four locking casters. Remove cage from box. Lift up panels to unfold. Panels will form front, back and top of cage. Unfold and lift out one side panel and align it along front, back and top of cage. Unfold and lift out remaining side and secure to other side of front, back and top panels with clips. Attach perches at desired heights by hooking them to cage wires. Side with textured surface should face up. Slide ABS plastic tray into bottom of cage and hook latches to secure. Attach casters to bottom of cage using included screws. To open the hinged door at the bottom to remove tray, grip one of the corners, pull back and up to release the latch. Repeat on the other side. Lift up bar to take tray out. Measures 35-1/2-inch length by 22-1/4-inch width by 48-inch height.
 
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