This Man's Love for Cats Led to a Wildly Amazing Creation


Greg Krueger has built something truly incredible for his furry friends to enjoy. Were I a cat, this is certainly where I would want to live.

His endearing fondness for the frisky pets inspired him to spend more than 15 years turning his house in Minnesota into a feline fantasy playground, complete with ladders, ceiling catwalks and secret hideaways, according to KHON 2 News.

The 49-year-old, who was only recently diagnosed with Asperger syndrome, relates to his cats easily and loves them unconditionally. With a home like that, those kitties must love him right back.

Check out his awesome creation in the video below.

 

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