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A builder from Goleta, Calif., has spent the past two decades converting his house into a kitty playground.
Peter Cohen spent tens of thousands of dollars building an elaborate home filled with colorful catwalks, hideouts, ramps and tunnels for his 15 rescue cats, the Huffington Post reports.
“I never intended to have so many,” he told the website Catster in an interview last year. “It is way too expensive and a tad too much work.”
Despite the expense, Cohen and his roommate are happy that they’ve built a safe and fun, and also very bright, feline haven.
“They give us unconditional love, and building the catwalks is one way of expressing my gratitude for that,” he said.