You can now buy this home built for one million disgusting cats
Just because they’re cats doesn’t mean they don’t deserve their own million dollar home to piss in.
Thankfully, that home is on the market and available for the low low price of $240,000. Coldwell Banker just recently listed this “Medieval cat castle” in Stanford, Arizona, complete with every random stuffed animal nailed to a wooden pole you can dream of.
Other fine features of this home include:
- Cat posters glued to the wall
- Cat posters glued to the ceiling
- Cats probably stored in a windowless room in the basement, oh god, oh god
- Huge cat trees
- Random, innocent stuffed animals nailed to a wooden post
- A cat-themed bar
- Kitten bath mats
- A fine collections of seashells
- Fun ambiguous carpet stains
- Great natural lighting!
The actual listing chooses to gloss over a few of these details, potentially because the agents wanted to avoid antiquated, pesky health code concerns.
“Cat walkways and in great room Medieval cat castle with different levels (stone). All interior doors custom built (wood). Must see to believe it does exist!!! Once in a lifetime find extremely fun home!” the listing reads.
It’s unclear if this house is fit for actual humans with functional noses, but honestly, who needs humans anymore?
Grab a thousand of the best strays you know and present them with this lovely castle they can now ruin.
Give them a home where they can piss and shit free of litter boxes, on carpets they call home.