I know some of you are putting up your X-Mas trees this weekend.
If only our cats were that easy.
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I’ve seen that look from my own cats. Is the tree really worth it?
No tree at Chez Riley this year because we have KITTENS! We got a pair of them in July when they were 3 months old. Now, they are fur covered demons but of the best sort. However, no tree or dangly ornaments for them this year.
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When our cats were young we use to put all non-breakable ornaments around the first few levels of the tree. Things made of yarn, or plastics, just things the cats could play with. We also secured the tree to the walls. Those bottom ornaments got more play time than any cat toys we ever bought. We even had one cat that would work to take all the ornaments he could reach off the tree at night and pile them up for us to put back on in the morning. Now those cats are gone, and the last one we have is rather old and plump so not interested in the tree other than to lay under it on the Christmas tree blanket. I admit as much as I fussed I do miss those days now. Hugs
I have 2 massive dogs (great dane/ akita mix with full tails) and 1 regular large dog (lab mix). That first Christmas after they were full grown had me careful about what I put on the tree in case of a knockdown- but it never happened- and now, 9 years later- we only ever lost 2 ornaments to tailwagging glee. Though, we have lost a few wrapped gifts to investigative snouts- our fault entirely.
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