Two spoiled cats get their own $ 1,500-a-month studio apartment in San Jose because their owner could not take them to college and came with a "peak Silicon Valley" solution
- Troy Good, 43, rented studio apartment for two cats of daughter Tina and Louise
- He regularly visits the felines and the owner David Callisch checks them daily
- For $ 1,500 per month, the studio, which has no kitchen, is well priced for the area
Bryony Jewell for Mailonline
Two spoiled cats live in their own studio apartment of $ 1500 a month in the Silicon Valley in San Francisco.
Troy Good, 43, rented the place for the beloved cats of his daughter Victoria Amith, Tina and Louise, after she went to college and could not take the pets with her.
After he also moved and the dog of his partner could not handle them, it seemed wise to give the cats their own space, reports the Mercury news.
Landlord David Callisch, who works daily in the marketing and control of the cats to feed them, said that his unusual tenants behave well, but "look up the stall."
Troy Good, 43, rented the $ 1,500-a-month apartment in San Jose for the beloved cats of his daughter Victoria, Tina and Louise (photo) after she started at Azusa Pacific University.
Maine Coon and Bombay mix cats Tina (left) and Louise (right) have a free range of their studio, but get daily visit from landlord David Callisch
In the San Jose area of California, rents for a comparable place are about $ 1951 on average, which means Mr Good's monthly bill for keeping cats is a bargain.
The average price for a one-bedroom flat is $ 2,364 and a two-bedroom apartment costs around $ 2,877, according to RentCafe.
However, the apartment in the studio, Mr. Good, does not have a kitchen, so it would probably be rented for less than the usual asking price for a similar space.
Victoria, 18, started in the fall at Azusa Pacific University, outside of Los Angeles and visits her cat's path when she gets home.
The cats, which the family had since they were little kittens, are named after characters in the sitcom Bob's Burgers.
Her father said he would like to pay more to keep the beloved Maine Coon and Bombay cats weighing about 20 pounds each, in good health and in a beautiful home.
Victoria, 18, on the photo, moved to university last fall and visits the apartment of her cute cats when she gets home
Although he cost $ 1,500 per month, Mr. Good said he would pay more to keep his daughter's beloved cats happy and safe
The apartment has many levels where the cats can climb and sit. Louise is depicted in space
Jennifer Loving, CEO of Destination Home, an organization trying to become homeless, told the Mercury News that the situation & # 39; Peak Silicon Valley & # 39; used to be.
She said: "We have thousands of people in our streets and we pay to make sure that our cats have a place to live."
More than 4,000 people are homeless in San Jose and some people have to pay more than $ 800 a month to live in small homes that resemble sheds, reports SFgate.
San Francisco also has a growing number of super commuters & # 39; with more than 100,000 Bay Area residents working at least 90 minutes every day.