Man spends $ 35,000 to design a purrfect home for his 20 plus more rescued cats


Every cat owner dreamed about having a small house exclusively for their fur babies. But Peter doesn’t want to build a small house in fact he designed a home, yes! a very big home just for his rescued cats. Peter is the founder of ZenByCat organization and their mission is to raise awareness and money to find a cure for Feline Infectious Peritonitis it’s a deadly disease!

The house that he designed is called “House of Nekko”, no one imagined that he would turn this house into a paradise for cats or catopia (cat utopia). If you are wondering how many cats are there in the house of nekko? it’s over twenty! And Peter is so happy to rescue more cats and bring them into the house.

Peter brought the house in 1988 and designed the house to find out what he need for his rescue cats. The house also has a     that specially made for his cats so they can roam sound without sacrificing the high grounds.











There are so many different kinds of plants inside the house, and also a lot of feeding spots for the cats, they are really treated like kings and queens living in the castle.

These separate feeding spots have spiral stairways that have access to each floor just to make sure they will not fight for their food.

Their beautiful bathroom has the complete needs of the felines it also has a cat hamster wheel, so cute!

The walls have some plant-themed rooms so they can feel like in great outdoors.


The house of Nekko has a lot of high spots that cats really love.

Of course, there are cute scratches that cats can’t live without!

Now Peter has almost 20 rescued cats and it’s all living with him.


The cats have their own things in the house, they have their own pillows and blankets.

One of their hobbies is always stalking through the window.

ZenByCat is a non-profit organization, and its mission is to fight the deadly disease called FIP.

His organization starts with a kitten that Peter adopted last 2016 named Miss Bean. The cat was diagnosed with FIP or Feline Infectious Peritonitis. Her condition was quickly getting worse. Peter apparently had no choice but to euthanize her. But before the decision was final, Peter got a message from his friend, her friend said that she knew a veterinarian at UC Davis that will help Miss Bean with her disease. Peter said that he will try, over the course of the next 31 days, Peter and Miss Bean went on an up and down of improvements and setbacks against FIP. Sadly, Miss Bean lost her fight on July 26, 2016.

That’s why Peter’s ZenByCat organization was set up as a non-profit to raise money and awareness for all the victims of FIP. Dr. Pederson and others at UC Davis have made a great step in their research and now they are successfully cured many cats who have FIP, one of them is Peter’s cat named Smokey. Although they are now successful there is still work to be done to bring the drug that saved smokey and others.

They can also help us by donating and supporting the work of researchers like Dr. Pederson and others that we help fund through The Bria Fund associated with The Every Cat Health Foundation which is working on this case and trying to end this deadly disease!

The Nekko house is a really great home for these lovely cats.

We hope that Peter will add more rescued cats so they can feel loved and cared for by a human.

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