Cats Sublet Dog Crate by the Hour
Reasonably priced rental space is hard to come by in New York. That’s why Brooklyn cats Miko and Willow opt to sublet from their neighbor, a dog named Ranger.
“Ranger’s a busy guy,” says Emily Banks, a source close to the situation. “He’s not using his crate 24/7, so he makes a little money on the side and the cats have a place to live while he’s out for a walk. Everybody wins.”