Minnesota resident Greg Krueger has taken his love of cats to a whole other level. Over the last 15 years, he has lovingly remodeled his house to make it more cat friendly. His home is now a maze of overhead walkways, raised platforms, cubby holes and passages between rooms. Krueger feels like his cats are part of his family and wants them to feel just as at home as he does. Talking to CBS Minnesota, Krueger said,
“I just love trails and paths, and cats, of course, and so I’ve just linked those passions together. I don’t feel like I live alone, even though I’m the only person living here. We’re like a family.”
Check out the amazing cat wonderland Krueger has created.
From the outside, it’s a perfectly normal house.
But step inside and kitties rule the roost.
Krueger was officially diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, a form of autism, at age 49. It is this to which he attributes the unique level of focus and single-mindedness that is required to complete this kind of project. Not that it is completed, mind you. Like a great artist, Krueger feels that his work is never done. He’s always thinking about new additions and new ways to entertain his four lucky cats.
If you want to see more about Greg, his cats and his home, take a look at this awesome video.