A TikTok video has gone viral of an impressive and luxurious cat house that a couple built for a ‘cat colony’ that they inherited with their property. We’re jealous!
Emily Bott shared a tour of the cat house on TikTok that has now been viewed over 2.7 million times.
“My fiancé and I recently finished building a cat house for the cat colony we inherited with our property,” she said in the video.
When she enters the adorable little house, she finds a cat, Valencia, already making themselves at home in a comfy chair.
“There are so many places for the cats to climb and get up high,” she said. There are perches for the cats to look outside, places for them to sleep and climb, and even two cat doors so they can come and go as they please. These cats are living the life as their new adopted parents even installed an air conditioner for them for when it gets hot!
Here you can see the cat house being built– so impressive!
Now that the house is built, Bott and her fiancee are working on transitioning the cats into their new home. She says that the cats have had a room in their house since they inherited them three years ago, but they are working on renovations this summer, which is why they decided to build them their very own house.
To transition them, Bott says that she started feeding them close to the door of the new cat house. Dusty, an adorable black and white cat, was already working the door. “Look at Dusty, already on guard duty!”
To follow the couple’s journey with their cat colony and their new cat home, follow @freedomfarmhouse on TikTok!
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