People are losing it over woman’s Christmas tree after she got fed up with her cat attacking it
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People can't stop laughing at a woman's Christmas tree after she was left fuming over her cat attacking it.
TikToker Steph - who goes by @stephenieviolet on the video-sharing platform - explained that she'd had a total nightmare after her kitty attacked her tree.
Steph explained she had no choice but to make a drastic decision. You can watch the video below:
In the clip, Steph begins by explaining why she can be seen packing away her tree before the festive season has even begun.
"Steph, Christmas hasn't even started yet why are you putting your Christmas tree away," she said.
"I'll tell you why, yeah, you little sh*t," she added, pointing the camera to her cat, who looks mega chilled out sprawling in her living room.
Steph then pans the camera over to her Christmas tree, which has had a serious makeover.
Situated next to the telly in the lounge, the tree has been stripped of all its bottom branches, and is completely bare from halfway down.
Instead, a string of tree lights can be seen wrapped around the bare trunk of the tree, with Steph explaining: "If she gets up that, I just don't know what to do anymore. I just can't do it."
Other TikTokers found the video hilarious, with many sharing their own similar Christmas cat woes.
One person wrote: "I've got massive holes, flattened branches and baubles chucked all over my lounge from cat."
While another said: "Lol I have 3 cats and this is why I don't put a tree up lol."
And a third added: "Pick my tree up off the floor each morning its tradition nothing more festive than decorating a tree everyday."
Meanwhile a fourth suggested: "My cat was a nightmare last year! Plate of lemon/orange peel at the bottom of the tree and she’s not been up it once so far!"
Pet owners might be pleased to know you can actually buy half trees, perfect for curious cats. One style at Habitat, priced at £52.50, explains: "Don't let the cat ruin Christmas! Designed with curious cats (and toddlers! ) in mind, this 6ft tree starts a little higher than most. With the first branches at 93cm, it's a great way to keep your perfectly placed baubles and twinkly tinsel out of reach."
One person wrote: "Would recommend this to anyone especially people with small children or animals."