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A man from Minnesota has spent 15 years building an indoor playground for his four cats. “I just love trails and paths, and cats, of course,” Greg Krueger said. “And so I’ve just linked those passions together.”

Krueger was recently diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome which explains his obsession. “Obviously, my house would not be like this if I didn’t have Asperger’s. If it takes a long time, I don’t care because if I like what I’m doing, I almost don’t want to finish what I’m doing.”

“It’s been said that all cats have Asperger Syndrome. So I think that might be one reason why I really love cats is that I kind of think that I can understand their personality really well,” he added.

“I can tell that they love me,” he said. “I know they love me because I love them too.”

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Greg Krueger, a 49-year-old man from Minnesota, adores his cats so much he has turned his house into a cool indoor playground for his four cats.

man Spent 15 Years Building A House For His Cats

Krueger has renovated his house to include cat walks for his cats to play and explore.

man Spent 15 Years Building A House For His Cats

He’s even carved out the holes to form shapes that include Charlie Brown, a cat, a bluebird, etc.. Every room is properly lighted.

man Spent 15 Years Building A House For His Cats

Krueger was recently diagnosed with Aspergers, which explains why he thinks about the project constantly.

man Spent 15 Years Building A House For His Cats

“It’s been said that all cats have Asperger Syndrome,” he said. “So I think that might be one reason why I really love cats is that I kind of think that I can understand their personality really well.”

man Spent 15 Years Building A House For His Cats

“I can tell that they love me,” he said. “I know they love me because I love them too.”

man Spent 15 Years Building A House For His Cats

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Lynea Lattanzio - Cat House on the Kings

Imagine a clean, spacious adoption center where cats can live cage free and roam around in a large house and a spacious backyard. It must be a dream place for many homeless, stray and feral cats to stay in.

In fact, there is a place like that which is located in Parlier, California. It is called the Cat House on the Kings that spans 12 acres along the Kings River in the central San Joaquin Valley, southeast of Fresno.

The Cat House on the Kings is a no-cage, no-kill, lifetime cat sanctuary founded 18 years ago by Lynea Lattanzio, who was one of the top 10 nominees for the 2007 cat hero of the year by Animal Planet. She has helped save more than 18,000 cats and spayed and neutered another 40,000 animals. There are currently 700 cats and kittens living happily in this cage-free environment.

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Kudos to people who are going green and using eco-friendly products. However, lately it seems that the eco-friendly idea is used more as a marketing scheme to jack up prices of products instead of selling them at what they are really worth.

Look at this oval shaped pet furniture. It is called the Cat Cocoon. By the way it looks, the name is pretty self-explanatory. The Cat Cocoon is made with layers of corrugated cardboard glued together to form the shape of a cocoon. The furniture piece can serve as a scratching post, cat tree and also a condo (believe it or not). Basically it is a multi-functional pet furniture that is designed to satisfy your cats’ many needs.

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The structure is made of double-wall corrugated cardboard and water-base glue. No I am not leaving out anything. That’s all it is made of.

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