On the front lawn of a large apartment building in East Flatbush sit several intricately designed cat houses that draw feral felines from around the neighborhood.
The tiny porches built around these window wells give cats access to the cages built inside the basement of the apartment building.
Kittens taking refuge from the cold weather.
Mohammed builds the cat houses and has been the super at the apartment building for more than 12 years.
Mohammed has converted the basement of the building into his own living and workshop space.
One chair for each cat. While Mohammed’s cat houses attract feral cats from all over the neighborhood, he has five cats that he keeps inside as pets.
Sebastian, the elder.
Cats waiting around for dinner time.
Mohammed goes through about 150 cats of cat food each month feeding his feline family.
His latest project is a 2-story cat mansion with two porches, windows, and a staircase.
Mohammed discussing paint color options for the new house.
Stripes seems to have taken to the new house already.