Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

Meet The Man Who Has Spent 20 Years Building A Cat Playground For His 22 Rescued Kitties.

"Way more expensive than a sane person would build, but I didn’t care," he reveals. "I love my cats, my house and art, so I designed it to be beautiful to me."

He admits it was easy for him to renovate his home to be cat friendly since he is a builder professionally. "I would often trade tools with some of the finish carpenters who would build the catwalks in their down time. We would figure out something fun to build and they would then have pretty much free license to be creative," he says.

"Way more expensive than a sane person would build, but I didn’t care," he reveals. "I love my cats, my house and art, so I designed it to be beautiful to me."

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Cohen says it's not easy to turn cats in need away.

"It is just so hard to not want to give a home to cats that need one. So now I stay far away from anywhere that has kittens for adoption," he admits. "We only adopt kittens because it is easier to introduce them into our house. I often see ads searching for homes for cats and feel bad we cannot take them as well."

Cohen says it's not easy to turn cats in need away.

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For Cohen, he sees remodelling his home as way to give thanks to the love he receives.

"Giving rescued cats a better life means giving them a place that is solely their own. They give us unconditional love, and building the catwalks is one way of expressing my gratitude for that," he says.

For Cohen, he sees remodelling his home as way to give thanks to the love he receives.

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