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Argos Is Selling The Perfect Christmas Tree For People With Destructive Pets—And We're Cheering 🎄🙌

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For pet owners who spend the holiday season sweeping up broken ornaments this tree is for you.


The British company Argos have come up with a solution for pet owners who aren't allowed to have nice things. It comes in the form of a 6-foot-tall Half Parasol Christmas Tree. The trick, no lower branches to tempt rotten little rascals from climbing, chewing, pawing, smacking and/or peeing on lower branches. It's unconventional, but most pet owners are willing to try anything.


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And yes, it comes in a snowy version too!


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People were seeing the potential.





We're gonna stay out of this one.



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Anyhoo, moving along.

Not everyone saw the genius in the trees.









There's always this option.

As long as Santa knows where to put the loot, we're good.

H/T: The Sun, Today

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