I suppose it's not their fault — after all, these new, shiny, pretty things are occupying what was once their space. And every time they try to investigate them, they get seriously reprimanded Thus it's not surprising that, much like the Grinch, many pets made it their mission to ruin the holidays for their owners this year.
"The cat took this off the tree. I was just watching it for him."
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This was the moment right before Precious removed all the stockings with care.
"Karen thinks this present is a new silk shirt... hehehehe."
Yes, that's a kitten looking up an angel's skirt at the top of a 6-foot-6-inch tree.
"It might take me a few days, but I think I can eat this entire tree."
How many cats does it take to push over a Christmas tree? Two. The answer is two.
The Dog That Ruined Christmas. pic.twitter.com/SE6KtqL6Jm— Lindsay Bird (@CBCbird) December 8, 2015
"I'm sorry! After I ate the duck, I just couldn't stop!"
"I'll pop out at the right moment."
"This is what happens when you wrap presents instead of take me for my walk. Innocent crocodiles impersonating Santa die."
"Yes, it was me. And you deserved it."
"Good luck returning these boots to Urban Outfitters now, hooman! Hahahahaha!"
"You are not going to like what I left in here for you."
"I have no idea where this ribbon leads to, but I fully intend to chew on it till something happens."
Well, at least he owned up to his mistakes.
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