Dragging a Christmas tree to the curb can be a sad moment, marking the end of another holiday season. What if disposing of your tree could be a joyful moment instead?
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What a magical night, a true picturesque setting. A woman's cat has given birth under the glowing lights of their Christmas Tree.
Twitter user, @WeTheDanielle, shared a now viral tweet of her cat, under the tree, with her newborn kittens! It's enough to make anyone heart soar!
See the heartwarming pictures of the new family below!
Irene Olocco from Italy posted a picture of her cat, Lord Victor Fluffypaw, staring at the Christmas tree…from a safe distance. How can it be, you ask, that the cat is not attacking the tree itself? Well, thanks to Olocco's brilliant plan! She knew her cat's greatest fear is tangerine so she put tangerines around the perimeter of the tree to keep the kitty away. Genius.
The Dodo interviewed Olocco about the tangerine shenanigans, and she said, "We were together on the couch, I grabbed a tangerine and, as I began to peel it, he hissed and ran away….I began to put oranges or tangerines on the furniture where I didn't want him to climb on and it worked."
Every year, every heckin' year. The tree goes up, then the chaos ensues and immediately comes back down. And if you're one of the lucky few, the damage is salvageable.
And every year, we see the drastic steps people have come to taken when it comes to protecting their tree. And every year, the pics just get funnier and funnier.
Here are some of the best ones:
The holiday season is upon us! It's is officially December and people are starting to put up their trees and decorate! However, any cat owner knows this is no easy task and more than luckily, some damage will be done.
Jackson Galaxy has created this video with helpful tips for all cat owners who want a ...less destructive Christmas year.
He also added some really helpful tips in the video's description that we've shared below:
"* When it comes to candles, they need to be out of reach of cats. Cats tip over candles and start fires. Cats burn themselves on candles. Make sure they are wall mounted or a place where cats just cant get to them. Same goes for incense.
* Wires: Cats get into Xmas trees and will sometimes chew the wires for the lights. You can treat the wires with substances like "Bitter Apple" - also use any of my suggestions for keeping them away from the tree in general OR don't use electric lights. Also there are products like LUME where you can feed electric cords through them from the tree to the outlet and your cats wont be able to chew through it."
Wishing you all a happy and safe holiday season, everyone!
What a great idea! 200 trees were donated this year as part of an enrichment programme at Colchester Zoo for many zoo animals including elephants, meerkats, and chimpanzees. Food is also hidden in the trees to encourage foraging and play amongst the animals
It all started with twitter user Alli Macdonald who suggest a fun game for all of you, cat lovers: try to find her cat hiding every morning in a different place in their Christmas tree. People loved it and even added some photos of their own cats trying to discover Christmas trees. There is a drawback to putting a tree inside your home when there's kitties about...