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Christmas Tree Cats Take Over The Holidays

Whether fake or fir, felines seem to love making your Christmas tree their new playhouse or super-sized scratch pad.

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First it starts with the lowest hanging ornament, dangling like a mouse by its tail, tempting these holiday beasts.

Clunk! Crash!

One by one, each decoration and ornament that you've collected through the years comes down, breaking into tiny pieces. The holiday mischief has begun!

So you attempt to rectify the situation by having a naked Christmas tree at the bottom. You are sure that will prevent any disaster from your cat practicing his ninja skills.

Oh, no, no, no. Turn your back for just a moment. You've guessed so very wrong. The tail flips up, and the cat heads to the tree stand for some water with just the hint of evergreen flavor. And you just wanted to keep that Douglas Fir from being a Douglas Fire.

You turn away and hear the rockin' around the Christmas tree and see your holiday masterpiece sway back and forth, but then it stops. It doesn't topple, but you've discovered a new living ornament that made its way more than halfway up the tree.

O, Cat Chrismas tree. Why do you torture me?

Before knocking Garfield down from the tree, submit a photo in your gallery below to show us your cat's Christmas spirit.

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