15 Brilliant Ways to Make Your Christmas Tree Pet-Proof

by Tracy Finke

It’s not easy to celebrate the Christmas holidays if you have a lively pet. Both dogs and cats can be destructive for the sake of having fun, but what can be a silly pastime for dogs, can be a distinct sensation to cats.

Namely, felines, according to the owners, consider the ornate Christmas tree a mortal enemy.

It is assumed that with their fantastic sense of touch and hearing, they perceive the flow of electric lights flashing as a danger, but there are also cases of attacks on ornate Christmas trees without lights.

Here are 15 easy ways to make your tree survive the holidays.

15. Put it upside down

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14. Hook Christmas decoration to the ceiling, without the tree

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13. Replace the Christmas tree with pine tree car freshener

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12. Make a fake tree out of green and brown blankets

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11. Protect the tree in the shower cabin

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10. Make a cage around the tree

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9. Put ornaments just on the upper part

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8. Wrap it

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7. Put it on a vacuum cleaner

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6. They can never catch a portal Christmas tree

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5. Put it in a bell

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4. Buy half of the Christmas tree

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3. Decorate a cactus instead

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2. It’s still a Christmas tree

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1. Put it on a balcony

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