Pets and Christmas trees do not go very well together.
If you are a pet owner, you know how hard it is to keep your pet away from the Christmas tree. If you leave your pet alone in the room with the tree, you will hear a loud crash and by the time you return, you will see the room in absolute chaos with the tree on the ground and the pet standing next to it acting as if nothing ever happened. We don’t know why they just love destroying Christmas trees, but I guess they just get curious whenever a foreign object enters the house and becomes the center of attention instead of them. Or they just like the pretty lights and ornaments and want to play with them.
You’ve seen plenty of animals waging war against Christmas trees so you know you can’t keep both of them in the same room without the tree being destroyed. So what would be the solution? These people thought of creative ways to protect their Christmas trees from their pets and they succeeded! Scroll down below for the brilliant ideas:
1. If your pet is just after the ornaments, place them out of their reach.
2. Where did the tree go?
3. The only thing that pets fear; The mighty vacuum cleaners.
4. The cat could easily reach that if it really wanted to.
5. Not taking that risk.
6. That looks pretty.
7. Tree? What tree?
8. If you go in there, you will have to take a bath. The choice is yours.
9. Foxes don’t hold back either.
10. Wait till they tip that over.
11. Upside-down Christmas trees can work too.
These are pretty genius if you think about it. You can finally put up a decorated Christmas tree without it falling apart within 10 minutes. Animals are naturally chaotic and you can’t take this instinct away from them. So you will just have to compromise when it comes to the placement of the tree. If it looks stupid but it works, it’s not stupid. Scroll down below for more genius ideas:
12. Almost there, just need to stretch more.
13. Block their access to the tree.
14. Or put it on top of the fridge.
15. That actually looks so breathtakingly beautiful.
16. You know she is about to jump and tear it down in a few seconds.
17. Don’t cage the animal.
18. Cage the tree instead.
19. Or you could use this as a tree.
20. That doesn’t look so nice, but at least you have a tree.
21. Or you could just decorate a cactus. They won’t mess with that.
22. “You think I can’t jump over that?”
How do you protect your Christmas tree from your pets? Share your ideas with us in the comments below!