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10+ Dogs And Cats That Destroyed Christmas

Christmas is coming and it’s time to decorate your house with adorable Christmas trees in this holiday. However, if you are a dog or cat owner, Christmas is always an all-round disaster every year with you. You spent hours even days in decorating Christmas tree and you absolutely know that it’s not easy when you have a cat or a dog.

Your cat or dog might be the most adorable animals in the world. But in this holiday season, your mischievous friends can suddenly become unstoppable destroyers. Decorating your house in Christmas will be a testing time due to the antics of them. Even though you have set up barriers to keep them out, they still have many ways to “play” with your Christmas trees as their playground.

We have collected pictures of dogs and cats that destroyed Christmas here. We can’t stop laughing about these cats and dogs. Scroll down to enjoy!

(h/t: Bored Panda)

#1 Oh Good, You’re Here. The Tree Just Fainted!

#2 It hasn’t even been up for 3 minutes …

#3 My Cat Ripped Open All The Presents Christmas Morning

#4 My Work Here Is Done

#5 Dog Jumped In Christmas Tree After Cat

#6 I like candy canes

#7 Clem’s Having A Good Time

#8 It wasn’t me. I swear!

#9 And It was Delicious

#10 Which Is The Odd One Out?

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