People build bird houses, swing sets, tree houses and even skating rinks for their kids. But a Minnesota man has created an indoor fun house just for cats.
While it’s not unusual for pet parents to do over-the-top things for their beloved fur babies, this is truly a story that stands out from the rest.
A cat lover extraordinaire named Greg Krueger has created a playground inside his home for his beloved pets. He’s been at it for more than fifteen years, carving through his walls to create elaborate passageways. It’s like a puzzle he say’s that he never quite finishes.
Krueger was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome at the late age of 49, but he credits his form of autism with letting him focus on what he loves most. He recognizes that he would have never created the wonderland if it weren’t for his condition. “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.”
He’s doing it for those who’ve always seemed to understand him; from the time he was a boy. Others may see them as different, even distant, but Greg Krueger and his cats have a closeness that works.
While having a cat paradise in the home may not be your idea of a good time, you have to admire his dedication and love for his pets. His accomplishment is truly astounding!
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