When you know your Christmas tree will come tumbling down the moment your pet is near it, here's what you can do.
Eat, sleep, get scratches, repeat—that is pretty much the daily life of a pet. The only difference during the holiday season is: Eat, sleep, get scratches, destroy all your Christmas decorations, repeat.
Those who have had a four-legged creature prowling around the house for long enough would know that your Christmas tree, with all its lights and glorious decorations that you painstakingly put up over several hours, will come tumbling down the moment your pet is near it.
Some pet parents have managed to find Christmas tree hacks to ensure that their pet and the decorations can co-exist, forcing their dogs and cats to respect the Christmas tree's space. From decorating just the top half of the tree to making the tree hang upside-down from the ceiling, people have thought of it all. Probably one of the most ingenious idea from one person was guarding the Christmas tree with vacuum cleaners because their dog is already terrified of the loud machine.
Here are 25 different ways you can protect your Christmas trees this holiday season.