Introduction: Anti-cat Christmas Tree
Christmas trees attract cats like a magnet - this thing reminds them of a scratching post or a game complex, and shiny, colorful balls only provoke these hooligans and they are happy to attack a defenseless Christmas tree. This year I decided to make an anti-сat Christmas tree and try to put an end to this war.
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For the Christmas tree I needed:
- Furniture Board (left from the old kitchen table)
- Christmas toys
- Tapping screw
I painted the furniture Board black. I wanted the background to fade into darkness. I drew a silhouette of a Christmas tree, and then screwed screws into the corners of this silhouette
Now I take the garland. Checking for performance.
The control unit is glued to the furniture Board. Used hot glue.
At the bottom of the furniture Board made a slot for the cable and also fixed with hot glue.
I untangle the garland and begin to trace the silhouette of the Christmas tree. Ten-meter garland was enough for 3 silhouette of the tree.
Proceed to the decoration. To secure the gold garland made of paper clips hooks
I hang a garland on the Christmas tree and Christmas toys. .
Here is such a brutal Christmas tree I have succeeded! I really like the way it looks in the dark.
Remained test Christmas tree on attractiveness for cats.
The tree did not interest the cat. She sniffed it, twirled around a bit, and went about her business.
I hope the truce will last a long time! Happy new year to all! Happiness, kindness, love and good luck in everything!
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