- Pet parents know the struggle of deciding how many Christmas decorations to put on the tree without it being destroyed by curious pets.
- So, they decided to get creative on how to get the holiday cheer going.
- Some put their trees out of reach, while others gave their tree some tougher protection.
Having pets around definitely brightens everyone’s days. Sometimes, though, they can be such troublemakers. And that proves to be the case every Christmas season.
If you own a pet and have gone through a holiday season, you’ve definitely experienced the struggle of deciding whether or not to put up the Christmas decor, and how much decorating you can do. It can definitely feel heartbreaking to go all out on the Christmas tree only to have it all crashing to the floor.
These 15 pet parents have definitely survived through a few holidays with their pets, so they now approach the season armed with new pet-proof ways to keep the holiday cheer going.
Some had to be creative in making sure their Christmas decorations are out of reach…
1. That’s one way to put the tree up.
2. It’s certainly a feat to keep it out of a cat’s reach.
3. The dog’s guilty face says it all. This family had to make do with this Christmas mobile.
4. This family decided to decorate the half that can’t be reached by their pets.
Some made the tree very discouraging to get to…
5. Yep, the bathroom should be the last place the cat goes to.
6. This family opted for a smaller tree and put it on the dreaded vacuum cleaner…
7. …While this family decided to have the vacuum cleaners protect their tree.
8. Tinsel is so 2019. Plastic wrap is the craze right now!
9. This family had to create a barricade to keep their big dog from the tree.
Some had to resort to extreme measures and decided to cage the tree.
10. Let’s see if this doesn’t stop them.
11. They can’t put the cat in the crate for long, so they just put the tree in it instead.
Still, some pet parents thought there was no use trying anymore…
12. This cat served as the star on top of the tree.
13. This one was content to be a Christmas ornament.
14. These pet parents decided that decorating the tree probably isn’t worth it anymore.
15. These pet parents just embraced it and let the cats in!
Pet parents can’t stay mad at these adorable troublemakers! So they decided to compromise to keep the holiday cheer going.
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Source: Inspire More