Peter Cohen has adopted 15 rescue cats. When he bought the house in 1988, it came with two feral cats in the backyard. Both were struck by a car – one was killed and the other desperately needed surgery, but did recover from the incident. Peter then officially adopted the surviving cat, making her an indoor pet permanently. Then, to keep her company, the adopting of the cats began. Once the number was at 15, Peter decided they had to renovate the house to accommodate their new, permanent house guests. Watch the video below to see the kitty wonderland Peter has created!
This California home is one of the most fun houses we’ve ever seen! We love that Peter believes that the cats are the life of his home, and the playground he has created for them makes it clear how much he cares for his pets.
These structures give a whole new meaning to “cat walks.” The tunnels are up on the ceiling and connect all the rooms through various playful passageways, which the cats will often chase each other through at the wee hours of the morning. There are also stairways going up and down the walls and some tunnels that go through the floors, even.
Paul has spent about $40,000 on making all this creative passages for the cats. Yes, that does seem like a lot, but it’s important to remember that Paul and his housemates love their cats enough that they acknowledge it’s their home, too!
We love that these rescues not only get a second shot at life, but they get to live in such a unique, fun home, perfect for them.