Sometimes cats have it better than humans. David Callisch was considering renting out his 400-square-foot apartment behind his home as an Airbnb when his friend Troy Good mentioned his daughter's cats needed a place to stay, as they weren't allowed in her college dorm room. The result: Good agreed to pay Callische to rent the apartment to the two kitties, named Tina and Louise. The cost is $1,500 a month, and Callische feed and plays with them as well. Jennifer Loving, the CEO of Destination Home, a homelessness advocacy group, says the story "is funny," but adds, "it really does highlight the tremendous inequity" in the area, as more than 4,300 people in San Jose alone are without a home.
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