One man’s passion for design and cats has resulted in a one-of-a-kind, giant cat playhouse, with nearly 100 metres of ‘cat-walks’ spanning the ceiling.
According to The San Francisco Globe, homeowner Greg Krueger was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome at the age of 49, and since he wasn't the most comfortable in social situations he decided to search out a hobby.
His love for paths, trails, and cats led him to start building something of a playhouse for the four cats inside his very own home.
The video below gives a tour of Krueger's house from the perspective of a cavorting cat.
Nearly 100 metres of cat passages span the ceilings of Krueger's home, which is complete with plenty of nooks and crannies specifically designed for his cats to cosy up in.
According to the video, Krueger considers his diagnosis of Asperger's Syndrome a blessing in disguise since it has propelled him in building the incredible playhouse for his cats.