The first green certified feline home is listed for sale by owner and repurrter Miss Charlene Butterbean. According to PAW Management, Miss Butterbean had to meet strict guidelines to receive the gold status certification.
It all starts with curb appeal. The camouflage exterior helps the carrier blend into the beauty of nature. The bright orange and green splashes reflect light, controlling an advanced degree of indoor air quality that torties and tabbies especially enjoy. The rooftop made of only recyclable materials is perfect for a few kittens to come over and discuss yesterday’s news and gossip.
But the most thrilling aspect of this home is the lack of an electric bill – no electricity needed! Charlene's attention to detail with the large, natural light cutout brings in all the light and heat needed to keep a kitty happy. It also provides the perfect perch for the neighborhood watch committee.
With his keen eyesight, Leo Hector volunteered for the neighborhood watch committee this week. This summer, there have been talks that the water levels in the community pool were suspiciously decreasing at rapid rates. Leo Hector sought to find an answer!
Little did he know, it was his own big dog brother sneaking drinks from the pool. Luckily, he has been in good standing, so Leo Hector allowed him to get a refreshing drink just this one last time.