Tos ave money, one of the latest trends in Japan are shared homes where groups of people live in the same home but with separate rooms. This not only saves costs on individual apartments, but lets each resident share in a nicer living area.
One particular shared home caters strictly to women who love cats. The shared house comes with cat flaps on all the doors, scratching posts and cat toys in the rooms, a nice yard for kitties to play in, and even special non-slip flooring. You won’t even be charged for any scratches or other damage left by your cat when you move out.
As long as you’re a woman who enjoys cats, you can rent one of the seven rooms in this house for as little as 69,000 yen (US$661) a month, including all fees.
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