Over the past 15 years, he has turned his home into a giant cat playground

Greg Krueger, a 49-year-old man living in the Minnesota in the USA, is a great lover of cats. This is the least that can be said about a man who has spent the last 15 years turning his house into a feline paradise . Nooks, recesses, tunnels, stairs... everything must be perfect!

A real obsession

Greg Krueger recently learned that he suffered from Asperger's syndrome, a form of autism that certainly explains his obsession. "I think about it all the time, I can not sleep," he tells CBS Minnesota . "I wake up, I think about it, and I think about it all day when I'm at work."

Over the years, he has spent more than $ 10,000 on renovations and the layout of his house today equipped with more than 100 meters of footbridges, tunnels, platforms and holes cut and carved by hand in the walls so that his four cats can climb, jump, see the world from the top of their perches

It all started when Greg decided to build the top of a closet where his felines liked to settle. He then built a staircase for easy access and never stopped. "I do not feel like I'm living alone, even though I'm the only person here. We're like a family " he confides.

"Obviously, my house would not be like that if I did not have Asperger's syndrome, it does not matter if it takes a lot of time because I like what I'm doing, "says Greg. "It's said that all cats have Asperger Syndrome, I think that might be one of the reasons I love them so much, in a way I can really understand their personality."



The report from CBS Minessota devoted to Greg Krueger and his cats: