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Family hangs Christmas tree upside-down from the CEILING to protect it from their new catA family had to hang their Christmas tree from the ceiling to stop it being attacked by their new kitten.Natasha Smith and her partner Wayne Rudy, 37, her son Harley, seven, and Wayne’s children Taryn, six, and Ella, seven, created the topsy-turvy tree after fearing their kitten Storm could hurt herself on the tree.Natasha, 25, said: “I like being different and this year we decided to go all out with our Christmas tree. “The main reason we put it on the ceiling was because it’s our first Christmas with our new kitten Storm. “Everyone knows how cats can cause mayhem and Storm is particularly crazy and she plays with everything. “So it goes without saying that the tree would be an easy target.” She added that they were keeping the secret of how they did it under wraps – but that they were inspired by their love of superheroes. “We called her Storm after the female superhero in X-men,” added Natasha, from Cwmcarn, near Caerphilly. “We’ve never had a pet before, so we got her in August this year as our first. “As a family we all love superheroes so it made sense to us to have Superman holding up the tree, because he has the most powers. “Christmas is about enjoying things as a family so this seemed ideal, especially because we knew that the kids would love it.” The unusual tree design was organised by caravan-builder Wayne, who figured out how to make the tree appear to be upside down.Natasha said: “It was my idea but Wayne was definitely the brains of the operation. “We put the baubles on like a normal tree, but the rest is top secret. “We don’t want to tell anyone how we did it because then it would take away the magic. “Harley’s friends at school have all said that they’re surprised and shocked by it. “It also made sense to do something different this year now that the kids are old enough to appreciate it. “I shared it on Facebook and it got a really great reaction – we’ve currently got nearly 20,000 ‘likes’ on there. “I think it’s because of the mystery around how we did it, so we don’t want to spoil it by revealing how it was done.” The tree is the m
Family hangs Christmas tree upside-down from the CEILING to protect it from their new catA family had to hang their Christmas tree from the ceiling to stop it being attacked by their new kitten.Natasha Smith and her partner Wayne Rudy, 37, her son Harley, seven, and Wayne’s children Taryn, six, and Ella, seven, created the topsy-turvy tree after fearing their kitten Storm could hurt herself on the tree.Natasha, 25, said: “I like being different and this year we decided to go all out with our Christmas tree. “The main reason we put it on the ceiling was because it’s our first Christmas with our new kitten Storm. “Everyone knows how cats can cause mayhem and Storm is particularly crazy and she plays with everything. “So it goes without saying that the tree would be an easy target.” She added that they were keeping the secret of how they did it under wraps – but that they were inspired by their love of superheroes. “We called her Storm after the female superhero in X-men,” added Natasha, from Cwmcarn, near Caerphilly. “We’ve never had a pet before, so we got her in August this year as our first. “As a family we all love superheroes so it made sense to us to have Superman holding up the tree, because he has the most powers. “Christmas is about enjoying things as a family so this seemed ideal, especially because we knew that the kids would love it.” The unusual tree design was organised by caravan-builder Wayne, who figured out how to make the tree appear to be upside down.Natasha said: “It was my idea but Wayne was definitely the brains of the operation. “We put the baubles on like a normal tree, but the rest is top secret. “We don’t want to tell anyone how we did it because then it would take away the magic. “Harley’s friends at school have all said that they’re surprised and shocked by it. “It also made sense to do something different this year now that the kids are old enough to appreciate it. “I shared it on Facebook and it got a really great reaction – we’ve currently got nearly 20,000 ‘likes’ on there. “I think it’s because of the mystery around how we did it, so we don’t want to spoil it by revealing how it was done.” The tree is the m