Saving the planet one $2,000 cat door at a time
By Jo Nova
Go on. Prove how much you love the planet, or maybe just outdo the Jones’s and get yourself a $2,000 automatic designer cat door that is draft free, radio controlled and evens opens the door for the cat in case your cat is intellectually challenged.
How many storms will this cat door prevent? Couple pay $2000 for a cat door to help fight climate change Petwalk image This story was first reported on CBC by Greg Rasmussen.
What else are public broadcasters for? Sometimes being energy conscious can mean geeking out on gigawatts, or studying the latest heat exchanger technology. But in this case, it involved splurging on a $2,000 cat door. The super-insulated, radio-frequency-controlled designer cat passageway is one of many energy saving features in a super energy efficient house being built in West Vancouver. I thought climate warriors weren’t supposed to have a cat?
Just three million dollars to build a passive “net zero” house: Costing about $3 million to build, it’s not far out of line in pricey West Vancouver. James said he kept close watch on the extras and said it only cost about 4 per cent more than […]Rating: 9.9/10 (9 votes cast)
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