Genius People Who Found a Way To Protect Their Christmas Trees From Pets

We all know pets get a bit psyched about the holiday season. They eye the tree with admiration just seconds before murdering it. Anyways, what follows next is a destroyed Christmas tree lying on the floor with broken ornaments all over the room. The good news is that with simple hacks shown in the photos below, it’s no longer necessary for you to choose between having a pet OR having a fabulous Christmas tree.

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  1. Crashemup November 30, 2020

    Definitely genious. Especially the cling wrap and the vacuum cleaners

  2. Toothless Joe December 1, 2020

    Just decorate a cactus.

  3. Adrien December 4, 2020

    Some of these are just silly. I’ve had cats on their death here who could jump higher than that!

  4. R. P. Z. December 5, 2020

    Funny, but really, just bolt a tree in place- dont decorate it, and let them have at it.
    I know from personal experience that works GREAT. At least until they decide they have to pee on it.

  5. Anonymous December 6, 2020

    If you’re going to decorate a tree and your pets can’t or won’t jump super high, you can put any glass ornaments you have on the higher branches of the tree and the ornaments made of anything else that won’t shatter can be put on the bottom.

  6. Kathy December 7, 2020

    The vacuum cleaners are on genius level! HaHa

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