Henry settled comfortably in his brand new crate and soon fell fast asleep until he heard some familiar footsteps and much to his surprise, Daisy was tickled that her little brother was resting in a crate that was way too big for him. She also knew that it was going to take awhile to make friends with Henry and Buster because she was the one who moved in without their consent, after all. So Daisy saw this situation as a way to smooth things over with Henry so she gave him full permission to rest in her crate whenever he pleased. Soon after that, she settled on her fluffy dog bed to take a much needed nap.
It was quite a revelation for Henry to learn that dogs aren't as awful as he thought they were and Henry wanted Daisy to know that cats aren't so awful either. So on that very huge pillow (which is not just Daisy's, but is now Henry and Buster's too) the pair officially became friends (even though Henry could not look me in the eye during this magical moment) and they celebrated their union with another good long nap.
And since Buster always trusts his brother's judgment, Daisy had two friends who were more than happy to sleep in her crate whenever they pleased.