Cats vs Christmas Trees: 7 Videos That Show The Annual Fight Between Your Feline And The Festive Tree
Cat on Christmas tree (Photo Credits: The Scratching Post Twitter)

Christmas has almost arrived and celebrations have kickstarted in different countries of the world. Putting up the Christmas tree is one of the most important parts of the festivities. While it is fun to put up the tree with family and friends, at the same time it is a tedious task too. However, the work doesn't end there, especially if you have a pet. And the tiring part would be if the pet is a cat. Christmas has arrived and so has the annual battle between cats and Christmas. As we approach Xmas, check out videos of Christmas trees vs cats. Unique Christmas Tree Adorned With Dogs Go Viral and the Internet Can't Stop Gushing (Watch Video)

No matter how much effort you put in to save your trees from the cat, they end up on top of it somehow. Cats are known for messing up things and Christmas trees seem to be in the top of their list. They crawl on it, scratch away the hangings and create a complete mess of everything. And at times, they tangle up themselves in the lights and destroy the ornaments. The worst part is when they get stuck on the tree and you have a find a way to get them out. As the infamous battle has begun, we bring to you five videos which proves who brutal the war can be. Christmas 2019 Decoration Ideas: From Ladder Tree to Tripod Tree, 6 Unconventional and Stunning Xmas Trees You Have Not Seen Before!

Watch The Video Below:

When Christmas Tree Becomes Your New Home!

It's Not Just The Tree, Presents Also Belong to Their World!

Now, That's a Sad Story!

The Leader of Disaster:

Real Struggle!

Because They Want to Destroy it!

How Did You Even End Up There?

Done Their Job Rightly:

So this Christmas season if you don't find your cat in the house, don't forget to check the tree, we promise, you will find your pet. They are a naughty mess but in the end they are your pets and can never hate them. The only thing you can do is to try to keep your cat away from the tree and that's all.