Cat people are just a special kind of pet owners. If you’re one, you’ll get me. Seemingly aloof to other hoomans, they’re the most devoted parents to their feline companions. And that means human connection is not always their top priority.

But the cat merchandise brand Felissimo and property developer Wada Kosan have taken this idea to a whole new level. They teamed up for a unique apartment building that is solely designed for singletons with kitties. Every apartment features climbing spaces, a pet door set, and an integrated litter box, among many cool features. Plus, all the materials are scratch-resistant, which means your mom can no longer blame you for not taking care of grown-up things, like a new sofa. I mean, excuse me, why am I not already there?!

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This apartment building in Kobe, Japan is designed for single residents with felines

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The décor in the entrance shows this is a real cat house!

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The wooden walkway plates are one of many purrfect attractions

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Bored Panda contacted Miyuki Ichikawa, the head of public relations at Felissimo Corporation, to find out more about the cat house. The project was born out of a collaboration between two Japanese companies, Felissimo and Wakohre, back in 2018.

Miyuki told us that in Japan “pets are not allowed under rental conditions, so many people are worried that they cannot bring their cats.” There are not that many pet-friendly properties around the country.

The 334-square-foot goodness has all your feline-loving heart needs

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This meowster is not going anywhere!

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This glass walkway is designed for your cat to walk on the clouds…

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The Felissimo Nekobu, known as the cat-house, is a rare rental opportunity in Japan designed especially for sharing a household with cats. It features prevention measures, flow line designs, steps and passageways, and many more feline entertainments.

The rent is from “65,000 to 74,000 Japanese Yen per month” which equals $603 to $687. Plus, there’s a $46 fee for common area maintenance.

While you can take some cool cat pics for your Instagram!

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A lockable cat door connects the kitchen and the main room

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First-floor apartments feature a light wood interior, while the second floor gets a darker shade

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Miyuki told us that the company has received a great deal of positive feedback from people. “They’ve asked us to make a house not only in Kobe, but also in the cities where they live.” Others commented that “it’s a space to feel at ease for all residents who love cats” and some even wish they “had a job in Kobe so they could live in these apartments!”

This large, movable glass partition blocks the entryway 

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And keeps your cat from slipping outside when you receive a delivery

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The bathroom features a special sub-floor compartment that functions as an integrated litter box

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You know how cats always follow us on the way to the toilet? Cat logic shows they just love human toilets. But you’d no longer need to part in this house, because his litter box is placed next to your toilet. Plus, it has a cover to lock away all the odors and a sunken design to sweep the stray litter back into the box. Simple and convenient—just like a great design should be!

Everyone deserves a toilet entrance of their own!

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The flooring is made of a very soft surface to prevent claw marks and scratches

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The building has 12 ready-to-move-in apartments as shown in the floorplan

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Even if this house may not be for everyone, there are numerous purr-sonalised touches you could make at home too. If you’ve come to own a house panther who is ruling your space a tiny bit too much, think of an ultimate play zone. Keep your cat’s toys around this area, install some planks and perches, and make a cozy corner. Trust me, in no time, you’ll start wondering where the heck he has been all day.

But a key item in a feline-friendly interior is a comfy bed for your little one. I mean, you have one, so why wouldn’t your friend deserve one too? But if you don’t want your house looking like a grandma’s crib, it’s best to avoid a traditional tartan pet bed. Opt for quirky options—fuzzy beds, cuddler dishes, and furry mats. The chances that your kitty will go back to the cardboard box it came in are smaller.

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