You know that sound. You’re a room or two away, but that thud of the Christmas tree coming down is unmistakable. A new kind of Christmas tree promises to be cat-proof and child-proof. How?
Argos has created a “half Christmas tree.” The parasol tree is 6 feet high. The lower half is gone. Even though you’re getting half a tree, you’re paying a bit more… about $40-50. I’m a little skeptical. Cats climb. But apparently the trees have good reviews so far.
And if that doesn’t work, there are these options!
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Or just put your Christmas tree in jail.