So, Christmas is less than a week away, and I’m pretty sure that you already put up your Christmas decorations. Or maybe you are waiting to be closer to Christmas Day.
Either way, when you have a pet, you have to be extra careful if you decide to put up your Christmas tree because it can be very dangerous for them.
Christmas tree or no Christmas tree!
We’re having my daughter’s two cats at home until May 2017 because she and her boyfriend are gone for a trip around the world. My husband and I have heard horror stories about cats and Christmas trees, so we’ve decided not to put up ours this year.
Some pets don’t even go near the Christmas tree, but others are definitely attracted by it. We tend to forget that the Christmas tree is full of real danger. That’s why it’s important to be very cautious and to know how the Christmas tree can harm them.
Christmas tree pet safety tips, the infographic
Knowing what can be harmful to your dog and/or your cat during the holidays can save you from worrying about their safety. This way, everyone will have a great time, including your pets.
With this list, you’ll be sure that your furbaby will be safe and you’ll have peace of mind during the holiday season knowing that you are aware of all those dangers.
|An infographic by the team at Dogster|
My best wishes to you!
Before finishing this post, I’d like to take a moment to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2017!
May the New Year bring health, happiness, peace, and prosperity to you and all the members of your family, furry or humans. Another year comes to an end, and I’m sure that this new year will be full of amazing things!
Over to you
If you’re a furparent, did you put up your Christmas tree this year? Is your furbaby attracted by it or not? If you belong to those who didn’t put up your Christmas tree yet, have you made up your mind about it?
Do you have any tricks to prevent your pets from playing in the tree? I’d love to learn what tricks you came up with to keep them from in there. Please, share your thoughts with the class!
Again Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, my friends. See you in 2017!