For the price of a luxury car ($35,000), a California man renovated his home into a kitty kingdom. But it was probably worth it, given he owns 18 of them. Ramps, walkways, ledges and tunnels were all installed so that the cats can have wild adventures without ever going outside. Lepere Studios/Trillium Enterprises
There is one catch though...
If this is the bathroom, it makes you wonder: Where are they hiding all the litter boxes? Maybe they're somewhere on those suspended catwalks...Lepere Studios/Trillium Enterprises
These two cats have a higher net worth than you
It might not look like much just yet, but this home has become a small-scale tourist attraction in San Diego ever since this couple tricked it out by drilling cat tunnels through its walls. But wait until you see what else they hid in here.Getty Images
Is that the cat in the hat?!
You'd think Dr. Seuss designed this place. Complete with 140 ft of colourful catwalks and multilevel staircases, this home is any feline's dream. Getty Images
It's all about the lighting
Some of their walkways are even equipped with funky neon lights! How cool is that?
Paris Hilton's dog house
So this is Paris Hilton's dog house — er, palace. You'll notice it's a gated two-floor home with its own electrical system, balcony, windows and front yard. And just wait until you see the inside. She paid $325,000 to build the 300 sq. ft structure.Twitter/@celinaclark237
Ah, the pièce de résistance. The home is decorated with faux designer doggie products from the likes of Sniffany & Co. and Chewy Vuitton. The roof is filled with intricate carvings, a chandelier and copper gutters for drainage. But the fat cherry on this extravagant cake? The whole thing is equipped with central air. Twitter/@loopsjolie
This cat can't even decide what to do
Want a pet palace of your own? A German company called Goldtatze (Gold Paw) builds elaborate cat playgrounds like the one seen here. Except these walkways connect directly to cute little beds suspended near the ceiling.Facebook/Goldtatze Katzenzimmer & Naturkratzbäume
So many options
First off, a scratching post ladder? That's just too cool. The little wooden box cubbyholes also bring a little diversity to the standard catwalks. These are just a few of the homes the company has worked on. Facebook/Goldtatze Katzenzimmer & Naturkratzbäume
Pimp my hamster cage
Flickr user Carl-Frederic De Celles must have the luckiest hamster in the world. On a side note though, we'll give ten bucks to anyone who can actually find it (we think he's in there). Flickr/Carl-Frederic De Celles