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Tree tackling!!!

Stacey CooperStacey Cooper FergusMember Posts: 146
edited 4 December, 2010 in Behavior & Training
It appears that my humans have put up these purrty decorated trees and me and my other fur sister Biscuit cant help but knock it over all the time my humans however are not to happy and want a way to keep us from knocking the trees over or een being near them any ideas??

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  • Kelly M-Kelly M- Member Posts: 779
    edited 4 December, 2010
    Ohh my mom would like to know any ideas too. She hasn't put the tree up yet, but shes super nervous about it. I've never seen a Christmas tree before... Anything to tackle, I'm all over that! :))
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