Your image is too large, maximum file size is 8 MB. However, he's not allowed to bite on the needles. A tall, multi-level cat tree is the perfect early Christmas cats and christmas trees for your cat. The venerable Christmas tree, adorned with all its trimmings, poses its own set of dangers to cats, and the reverse is also true. Worn-out cats snoozing in front of the fire. It's imperative that you provide your cat with sufficient play, stimulation, and safe diversions.
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MimiGreenberg 3 years ago Where's Waldo? That's just tempting fate.
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His very own tree—he must investigate! Tarun 3 years ago I wonder how it went up.
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Cats are best friends, but they do get mischievous sometimes. Here are ways to keep your fur babies safe this holiday season. Questions about cats and Christmas trees are common - what if the pet chews on the tree or drinks the water? Learn the answers to these. Keeping your decorated tree safe and sound until the gifts come is an easy task if you live in a pet-less household, but if you're an owner to an evil cat named Mr.
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Shortly after bringing in the tree, spray the needles with anti-chew repellent.
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This post made me worry though! These mats emit a tiny bit of static when a cat steps on them, and this will also deter a cat from bothering a certain area. Hans 1 year ago How many of those are still hanging? Cover the water in the tree's base so that your cat cannot drink it. Instead, use twist ties; if you use green ones, they'll be invisible. Hans 1 year ago Wow The venerable Christmas tree, adorned with all its trimmings, poses its own set of dangers to cats, and the reverse is also true.
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If you use deterrents, you also need to make a nearby spot super fun and welcoming for your cat see the Decoy section above.
Cats and Christmas trees are a great combination—provided they're a respectful distance from each other. As beautiful as a fully-decorated Christmas tree is. Cats love trees. In fact, it must be incredibly exciting for them to see you gussying one up with shiny hanging things on it for them to play with. Keeping your decorated tree safe and sound until the gifts come is an easy task if you live in a pet-less household, but if you're an owner to an evil cat named Mr.