If you have kids, you know that decorating with them in mind brings about it's own set of challenges. You have to take care with breakables, make sure everything is washable, and watch out for things that are easily knocked over or swallowed, depending on their age group.
Well, decorating with pets brings about some similar issues. My dog will eat anything that's on the ground. My cats can scale to any height and knock anything onto the ground. Which the dog can then eat once it hits ground level. However, the cats can also act as "household helpers" in certain special situations.
Fur Duster(as opposed to a feather duster)-If you need to dust in high places, just send the cat up there. She will clean out all the dust bunnies from the nooks and crannies.
Wreath Sizer- Cats can let you know if your wreath requires more flowers or other ornamentation. You can also know that it's not too full if your cat can still sit inside it.
Ribbon Catcher-Just in case you drop your ribbon while working on a project, don't worry. A cat helper will be there to catch it for you. Just make sure to get it away from them quickly as they play the "finders keepers" game.
Fabric Inspector-Cats are also very capable of telling you if your fabric is the proper color and if it is durable enough. If it can survive cat claws and either repels or camouflages cat fur then you know you have a winner.
Christmas Tree Decorator-Now if only they would learn to string the lights.
Curtain Tester-Cats will be glad to show just how sheer your curtains are. Therefore, you can immediately know how much light will travel through the curtains even if you hang them after dark. I think he is also telling me here that my curtains are too short, oops!