Times Pet Owners Had To Get Creative To Protect Holiday Decorations From Being Destroyed

Even though the holidays are an exciting time, pet lovers have a bit of a problem when it comes to yummy-smelling food, friendly guests, and new presents. Our furry companions get a bit excited seeing Christmas trees and holiday decor as their very own personal toy.

It can be frustrating for pet owners; however, the following people have shared their creative solutions.

Check out these unique and pet-proofing examples!

pets versus holiday decorations

Making use of wall space is essential.

pets versus holiday decorations

Ceilings count as wall space, by the way.

pets versus holiday decorations

Here’s another example of using wall and ceiling space.

pets versus holiday decorationsFluffy doesn’t even notice it’s there.

pets versus holiday decorations

Here is a tip from Pavlov, this cat owner dressed their cat in a Santa costume every time they climbed onto the tree.

pets versus holiday decorations

“Damn you, human.”

pets versus holiday decorations

Who needs a real tree?

pets versus holiday decorations

pets versus holiday decorations

This is also effective for a fox.

pets versus holiday decorations

If your pet’s after the decorations, this approach is also an option.

pets versus holiday decorations

“My dad told me had to dog proof the Christmas tree.”

pets versus holiday decorations

Out of sight, out of mind.

pets versus holiday decorations

For the minimalists…

pets versus holiday decorations

“Really, mom?”

pets versus holiday decorations