This chapter focuses on the means the boxes and other containers that make animal's eventual release possible, as well as their ascribed meanings. Unlike many other forms of animal housing, relocation containers are temporary animals will be in them for hours or days or weeks, but not much longer. These temporary houses are crucial points of transformation in the relocation process. Domestication has defined as a relationship with a population of animals rather than the relationship between a particular person and a particular animal, which has often been labeled "taming". The chapter shows that container mediation is an inherent part of the relocation process rather than one unique to any given case study. It suggests that temporary housing modifies both human and animal behaviors and thoughts. Moving a muskox from one place to another was understood as changing its value it would be worth more in Sweden than it was in Greenland because it could be directly used by humans.