- A Silicon Valley landlord is renting his San Jose studio apartment to a pair of cats, whose owner couldn’t keep them in his own apartment, according to a San Jose Mercury News report on Sunday.
- Rent for the cats is $1,500 per month.
- “Basically I’ve got two renters that don’t have opposable thumbs,” the landlord said.
Rental prices in Silicon Valley have skyrocketed to some of the highest in the country, as troves of tech workers have made the move with grand dreams of cashing in on the next big thing. Now, prospective renters may have to start competing for the limited amount of housing with our four-legged friends, too.
On Sunday, the San Jose Mercury News reported that a Silicon Valley landlord is renting his studio apartment to a pair of Maine Coon-mixed cats, whose owner couldn’t keep them in his own apartment. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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