This log cabin style home in the Arizona desert might look unassuming from the outside, but just wait un-tail you see the inside, my furrends. I don’t know how to tell you this, but it’s pawsitively, provocatively plastered in felines.
Located in Concho, about two hours east of Flagstaff, the 2,500 square foot two bedroom, one bath home stands out for one glaring reason: Most of the surfaces, including ceilings, walls, floors, and even appliances, are covered in cats.
It appears that most of the images are perhaps decoupaged on, while some imagery takes the form of blankets on the floor and stuffed animals wrapped around poles. Any surface area that’s free of cat art is painted playful, bright hues in nearly every color of the rainbow.
It’s not just a shrine to cats, either; it’s totally built for feline fun. There are a variety of cat scratchers and furniture, cat walkways in the eaves, toys hanging from the ceiling, and the pawse de resistance, a miniature, two level Medieval style castle that’s actually made from stone.
The listing agent (bless their heart) can’t pretend this place isn’t just a little bit wacky, and so calls it perfect for the “cat fancier.” “If you love cats this is the home for you!” the listing reads. “If not bring your sandblaster!” But also maybe a dozen friends and their sandblasters.
The property is listed for $240,000.
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