We wait a whole year for this festive season and we love decorating Christmas trees no matter how much effort and time it takes. But each year our pets destroy it somehow. We love our pets and all that but let’s face it, it’s not easy to accept this kind of behaviour. So this year we have brought to you some crazy ideas to pet-proof your Christmas trees.
1. No, this tree is not half done. It’s complete.
This is only a trick to save your effort of decorating the whole tree and then the tree being eaten up by your four-legged friends. Obviously, this works if your pet is not too large and cannot reach the top.
2. Christmas Merry to all.
That’s what people will feel about entering this house: upside down. If you want fully decorated Christmas tree unlike the first option, hang the tree upside down. That way your pets will not be tempted towards your tree.
3. Tree arriving from another planet.
This will instantly give your house a magical look. This is just the upgraded version of the previous idea.
4. No trespassing!
This is one of the common ideas used by people. Even if you are not at home and have a large pet, you don’t have to be worried about your Christmas tree back home. Another advantage is you and your pet can sit back and admire the tree for long.
5. Use your gifts to fence the tree.
Some ideas get modified over the years to meet the requirements of fanciness. Your pets will get confused and all the gifts will be in front of you all the time.
6. Christmas lamp instead of a tree.
This decoration will instantly give a tropical feeling, as it will end up looking like a palm tree. Using your lampshade as Christmas tree is among the greatest ideas.
7. Let’s say there’s a tree.
Some pretty lazy people will surely admire this Christmas tree. Let’s see if we can argue it’s a Christmas tree. Does it have needles on its branches? Does it have Christmas decorations hanging? Yeah, there you go.
8. For book lovers.
This is one of the best ideas to show off your collection to the guests. And also your pets would never think of tripping that.
9. A fully decorated Christmas Tree with a twist.
Wrap a plastic, and you can use the same tree next year as its appearance remains the same.
10. Non-existent Tree.
You don’t always need a tree for Christmas. An illusion would be enough. Your pets can keep on staring to figure it out.
Your pets force you to dig out such innovative ideas. If not a real one, a tiny plastic one can serve the purpose.
That would be the most expensive tree on the list and pets wouldn’t even dare to go near it.