Every year, many people celebrate the holiday season by buying a Christmas tree. The problem is that Christmas trees, with decorations, ornaments, and lights, are often a magnet for attracting a cat’s attention.

That means cats often climb into a Christmas tree, knocking them over or just making a mess of the tree. One trick is to get a smaller tree because large trees are more likely to attract a cat’s attention. Another trick is to get an artificial tree since real trees might stimulate the cat as well.

Then again, another trick is to keep the cat out of the room with the Christmas tree, or just avoid Christmas trees altogether.

To read tips for keeping your cat out of the Christmas tree, click here.

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