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10 Genius People Who Found A Way To Protect Their Christmas Trees From Cats

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Even though cats are an expert at destroying Christmas trees, their hoomans are no less. Cat hoomans are smart just like their cats. They have also found ways to keep their cats away from the Christmas trees. If you are a new cat hooman and have no idea how to protect your Christmas tree from your cat, then you are at the right place.

Here are some pawsome ideas to protect your Christmas tree from getting destroyed by your cat. Have a look!

#1

“My cat thinks I can’t climb that high. Well, it’s not that I can’t. I am just lazy.”

#2

Decorate your Christmas tree only where your cat can’t reach it. Till the time your cat will come up with an idea to bring the tree down, it would be too late.

#3

This innovative Christmas tree will leave your cat thinking and confused. So maybe he will just go to sleep instead of destroying it.

#4

“My hooman didn’t get a Christmas tree this year. He did this. How should I destroy it now?”

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#5

Beautiful and protected! This is all you need this Christmas. No mess this time.

Cats won’t stop trying, so you always have to go an extra mile with them. It has to be some amazing idea that surprises your cat. So carefully choose the one that you think will work for you.

#6

Why do need a tree when you can do with a picture instead?

#7

Cat hoomans don’t have much time to decorate the tree, so you can try this instead.

#8

“Something is wrong with my hooman. He put the Christmas tree upside down. I don’t know how to destroy it. It looks like too much work. Maybe I will leave the tree alone this time.”

#9

Cats don’t like to go out in  the cold. So you can try this and keep trouble at bay.

#10

If none of the above ideas suit you, then this is the safest one. Your cat won’t be able to touch the Christmas tree at all.

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