25 Genius Ways To Prevent Your Pet From Destroying Your Christmas Tree.
Sometimes you have to wonder whether your pets find Christmas as amusing as we do. But given how they tend to attack Christmas trees after we put them up, it's a safe bet they're true Grinches covered in fur. So, if your pet would rather wreck your Christmas tree rather than lay under it and admire the twinkling lights, then you've got a Christmas hater in your midst. So how do you keep your tree from falling into the wrong paws? Try doing what these homeowners did. They really went to extreme lengths to protect their trees from their pets.
#1. The only way to save Christmas is to send your try flying through a tear in time and space.
These owners clearly outfoxed the fox by cutting their tree in half and suspending it from the ceiling. Not only did it keep their pet from wrecking their tree, but it made a lovely sci-fi themed decoration in their home.
#2. These pet owners know that the only way to keep their tree safe this year is through fear.
For most pets, just seeing you take out your vacuum cleaner scares them to death. So do what these folks did and place to Hoover vacuum cleaners next to your tree, and they'll never lay their paws on your tree again.
#3. Sometimes you just have to bare it all to give your cat a challenge they can't possibly beat.
This poor kitty's not happy, and can you blame it? Those three ornaments are taunting him from way up high. But keep your eyes peeled, because while you sleep, it's scheming on a way to reach those ornaments.
#4. It's really difficult to get to a Christmas tree if it's encased in a glass and wooden cabinet.
These homeowners managed to keep their Christmas tree looking aesthetically pleasing around the house, while creating a barrier of wood and glass that no pet can penetrate. Sorry, kitties and pooches, better luck next time.
#5. The best way to turn enemy of the holidays into a friend is by getting them into the spirit of things.
By giving this kitty its very own Santa suit, its little heart was so overwhelmed by the spirit of Christmas that it only damaged a few tiny branches. Besides, napping under the tree is a lot easier than wrecking it.
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