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Identifying Zombie Trees!

December 13th 2012 11:14 am
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I would like to conpawtulate my pal, Biscuit, for being a diary pick today. I want to thank my pals Scooter, Misty, Mr. Cutter, and Pepper for the jingle bells on my page. Hearing those bells makes a dog feel good!

Yesterday I wrote about zombie Christmas trees and how a dog should not allow them into the house. Whitley asked me a very good question about how to identify a zombie tree from a regular non-zombie tree. First, most Christmas trees have the potential to be zombie trees because they have been cut down and are dead. If your tree is artificial or if it is one of those that includes the roots that can be replanted, those trees are not dead and therefore, cannot be zombies.

You have to observe the tree closely, but if the tree, after being cut down continues to talk or move around, it is a zombie tree and should be destroyed for the sake of everyone in the household. Zombie trees start out eating houseplants, but as time goes on, they begin to eat human brains too. I suspect this might be why the humans are so stupid. Perhaps trees have been eating their brains for centuries.

I might add that if trees are going to turn into zombies, perhaps we dogs should quit watering and fertilizing them. We dogs are indirectly helping the zombie trees with our kindness.

Demon Flash Bandit (Identifying Zombie Trees)

Barked by: ✨ Whitley ✨ (Dogster Member)

December 14th 2012 at 12:36 am

Phew, our tree are fake so it are not gonna be a zombie. Dat are a relief.
Barked by: Demon Flash Bandit (Dogster Member)

December 14th 2012 at 10:59 am

We have a fake tree here so our family is safe too. This is just a concern among those who buy real trees.


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