How to pet-proof your tree

In response to a recent post on four-legged marauders attacking defenseless Christmas trees, one of my readers (julesmomcat) sent me a photograph of her solution to the problem. Thanks, Julie!

10 Responses to How to pet-proof your tree

  1. Makes a change from hanging up the mistletoe 😂🤣😂

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  2. It works, obviously, but the poor tree looks like it’s been “hanged by the neck.” 😉

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  3. Citizen Tom says:

    Bet it is not squirrel proof. So, skip stringing it with popcorn.

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  4. Reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog and commented:
    An idea from julesmomcat, courtesy of BlueBird 😱

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  5. Picture it at night, lit up. A levitating tree!

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  6. ibikenyc says:

    LOVE this! 😀

    Thanks for posting!

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  7. janiejunebug says:

    That’s the perfect solution to the tree and animal problem.


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  8. Infidel753 says:

    Any true cat would take this as a challenge.

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  9. floridaborne says:

    The suspended ceiling tree is a great way to do it. I’ve seen trees in alcoves with a solid glass door before, too. But that’s for rich people. 🙂

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