Sunday Funnies: How to pet-proof your Christmas tree

Wrap it in plastic.

Guard the tree with the Vacuum Monster.

Put the tree behind bars.

Denude the tree of ornaments or branches (although that kinda defeat the purpose of having a tree).

Hang the tree upside down from the ceiling.

Put the tree on top of or inside a piece of furniture.

Or banish the tree outside.

And my favorite: Use an abstraction of a Christmas tree and ornaments instead. LOL

H/t PawMyGosh

~Eowyn

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William
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William

None of these strategies would work with my cat. He’s patient and determined. And he celebrates Christmas, I raised him as a Christian cat 🙂 By the way the upside down trees would be considered “art” here in MA

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Marcia Walsh
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i love these ideas

Alma
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Alma

Meeeeoooowwwww.

Kelleigh
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Kelleigh

That is just too funny. Our little mini Schnauzers like to sleep under the Christmas tree…we have several pictures of them thinking that was a really nice “doggie den.” Hahahhahaa!

greenworxx
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greenworxx

Yes, if you have a nicely padded tree skirt, most cats and small dogs love to sleep under the tree instead of climbing it or knocking ornaments off of it. Of the pics, my personal favorite is the “vacuum monster”.

YouKnowWho
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YouKnowWho

is that a fox standing on the pet crate?

Steven Broiles
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I love that orange cat in # 4!

truckjunkie
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truckjunkie

I like the third one from the bottom. Pretty,Classy and Cat-Proof,unless HUGE damage is done.

TrailDust
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I thought I loved the first one, but as I scrolled down they got even funnier! The upside-down ceiling trees wiped me out! 😀