Christmas tree for cat owners

12 Responses to Christmas tree for cat owners

  1. Salvageable says:

    Nope–my cats would cross the hearth ledge and be in the tree in no time at all. J.

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  2. …but the boxes and the ribbons are still on the floor. 😀

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  3. colonialist says:

    Wouldn’t help with our lot — they jump.

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  4. I’d give a cat about two minutes or less to figure out something. 😀 — Suzanne

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  5. egorr says:

    A friend of mine uses a “critter fence” (for crawling/toddling babies) around his tree. We tried “electrifying the perimeter, no go.
    Finally, the solution was to “train” the cats by putting clear packing tape around it, sticky side up, around the base. For some reason, it worked! They now leave it alone! Weird…

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  6. Citizen Tom says:

    Is the real solution not having cats or making them stay outside? That’s the only one I know that would work.

    We had cats and dogs when I was boy. My wife put up with a cocker (so long as our children were still living with us, but no cats. Since we lived on the Gulf Coast the cats stayed outside. Here in Northern Virginia I don’t think that would work well.

    Does anyone rate cat breeds buy their “Hardiness Zones” like the USDA does plants?

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  7. Citizen Tom says:

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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