These Custom Cat Caves Made Of Sheeps Wool Are The Coolest Kitty Homes Around

Sometimes art can be used for evil, just ask Uwe Boll about his films or the waste of hard drive space that is the Twilight series.

But oftentimes art is used for good, like crafting beautifully whimsical homes for cats.

All right, so it’s not exactly a widespread phenomenon, but there’s at least one artist who’s doing it, just ask Yuliya Kosata who designs gorgeous cat homes made entirely out of felt.

They look like something straight out of an Alice in Wonderland movie, or a hobbit’s shroom-fueled fantasy.


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She sells the sheep-wool kitty homes on her Etsy page, Feltfield, and they come in a variety of styles and sizes.


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Prices vary too, you can pick one of these bad boys up for your cat, or some random cat you’d think would appreciate it, for $ 150-$ 230.


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The designs are wonderfully trippy.


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If you’re interested, check out Feltfield’s Etsy page here.

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Indian Businessman Spends Daughter's $100,000 Wedding Budget On Homes For 90 People Instead

A rich businessman in India has reportedly used the $ 100,000 that he had intended to spend on his daughter’s wedding on building 90 small houses for the region’s poor.

Ajay Munot, a wealthy wholesale trader from the district of Aurangabad, India, set three criteria to distinguish who was eligible for a home on the two acres of land according to the Free Press Journal. They needed to be poor, live in a slum and not suffer from an addiction.

Each home is 12 by 20 square foot, has two windows and two doors and is fitted with lights and can fit a small family.

Munot’s newly-wedded daughter, Shreya, told ANI News that she was happy to forgo a big wedding to make something more permanent. She and her new husband handed over the keys to the new homeowners, calling it the “biggest gift for her wedding.”

Those who secured a home are already moving in, with one woman saying she was happy now that she and her family had easy access to water and electricity.

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