Cat Caught on Home Camera Festively ‘Un-decorating’ the Christmas Tree

He’s the cat that stole Christmas!

Here’s a cat who is on a mission, and that mission is to completely un-decorate the Christmas tree in the dead of night. He’s doing a great job. We aren’t sure why he’s doing this exactly, but we are sort of hoping he’s setting up his own decorated room somewhere else in the house. 

This hilarious video posted by TikTok account @Angelwingswalter shows Walter the cat getting into his own version of the Christmas spirit. 

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What are you doing Walter? TikTok viewers are loving this cat! @Kimberlytafiti posts, “I can’t wait to see what he has done with the decorations. I’m sure his place looks amazing.” @Char says, “He’s just helping you decorate other areas of your house.” @beans has an excellent idea and comments, “I dare you to give him his own tree and decorate it with the ones he chose. Maybe that’s what he wants.” 

Give Walter his own tree! We need to see what he does! All we know is he is better than our cats, who not only un-decorate the tree but also break the ornaments. Walter would never!

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