Are you a cat who has had it with your human’s annual habit of bringing a tree into the house, decking it out in shiny objects, and then forbidding you to play with it? Has your patience run out for sitting by while the tree smugly shines its lights throughout the holidays, knowing you’ve been forbidden to bat those giant sparkly toys off its branches? What is a Christmas tree if not a giant cat toy? Well this year, we say “no more!” Here you’ll find a collection of cats destroying holiday decorations that’ll arm you with all the tips and tricks you need to take your home back from the pine needled atrocity that’s moved in on your space.
Below we’ve gathered a classic collection of pictures and videos that capture the essence of the epic battle of cats vs Christmas trees. Here you’ll witness cats and Christmas decorations battling it out once and for all, as you gain valuable skills for you own mission of Christmas tree destruction. We’ll cover topics such as leaping tactics, stealth attacks, and even provide a variety of safety measures concerning what to do, should ever find yourself caught in the act.
So whether you’re a brand new kitten battling the horrors of your first Christmas or a seasoned tree destroyer, get your tree climbing claws ready. Here you’ll find an epic celebration of the art of Christmas tree destruction – among the most sacred duties of kitty kind.
“You Said There Was Supposed to Be an Angel on Top. You’re Welcome.”
Claim You Were Merely Straightening the Topper
If Caught in the Act, Freeze and Look as Ornament-Like as Possible
There’s No Shame in Asking for Help with Obstacles in the Line of Duty
Dodge Questions by Claiming the Tree Fainted and You Were Merely Trying to Help It
If Interrupted, Claim You Were Rehanging an Ornament the Dog Knocked Off
Always Adopt the “If It Shines It’s Mine” Attitude
Regard the Tree’s Death with Nonchalance, as If It Was One of the Dog’s Wacky Schemes
If Things Go Wrong, Claim to Have Followed the Tree’s Lead and Decorated Yourself
If Caught in the Act, Claim You’re a Plumber Fixing a Leaky Tree Stand
Always Make Sure You’ve Formulated a Plan Before Beginning Your Mission