It’s the Christmas season.
Do you know what that means? It means we will get to see a lot of Cats vs Christmas trees action. This is a war that started centuries ago and there has only been one clear winner every time. Cats absolutely despise Christmas trees. A decorated tree and a cat can’t co-exist in one house. You will find the tree torn apart and on the ground every time you leave the cat alone in the room with it. Maybe the lights fascinate the cats too much and they just can’t leave the tree alone or they just don’t like anything else being the center of attention other than them.
Cats are generally very chaotic and they like to mess around with things they are not supposed to. This results in a lot of things breaking and trees falling down. If you try to stop them, you’ll get a scratch or two in return. And if you try to scold them to make them realise what they did, they will show absolutely no remorse. If you’re looking for ways to protect your Christmas tree from your pets, you might want to see this. But we have compiled a series of pictures in which Christmas trees clearly lost the battle to cats. Scroll down below and enjoy yourself:
1. Caught red-handed.
2. Just hanging in there.
3. Crashing in 3..2..1..
4. Yummy tree.
5. Look, mom! I can reach the top.
6. How do they peacefully sleep after this?
7. This cat seems like a big fan of candy cane.
8. I want to rub that tummy so bad.
9. Helping with the decoration.
10. Let’s take this fight outdoors.
11. How do I get down now?
If you look closely, you won’t see any kind of remorse on the face of any of these cats. They do what they want and no one can stop then. Cats are energetic machines of mass destruction and no matter how hard you try to protect your Christmas tree, they will always find a way to destroy it. It’s nothing personal, they just love messing with our heads. Want to see more Christmas trees destroyed by cats? Scroll down below.
12. They act as if they’ve never been fed their entire lives.
13. Give me that ornament!
14. I didn’t do that.
15. Perfect place to nap.
16. Returning to the scene of the crime.
17. He was just playing around.
18. Walking away from the chaos.
19. I’m the only star in this house.
20. Exploring nature.
21. Mom, I’m stuck.
22. Alright, I’m out of here.
Why do you think cats love destroying Christmas trees so much? Has your cat ever done this before? Let us know in the comments below!