It must be crazy! Animal lover, 38, designs a miniature complex in his backyard for squirrels to enjoy, including INFINITY POOL with diving board
- Paul Everett, 38, spent his spare time building wooden structures for animals
- It includes an infinity-edge pool with a diving board for squirrels and a landing pad for pigeons
- He said he wanted to put a smile on people’s faces and enjoy the project
An animal lover has built an amazing miniature wildlife complex that includes an infinity-edge pool and a Christmas cabin for squirrels.
Paul Everett, 38, of Grimsby, spent his spare time building structures for animals to enjoy from squirrels to hedgehogs.
He’s renovated a home over the past 18 months, and has enjoyed building animal sanctuaries in his spare time.
Mr. Everett used pieces of wood to make an infinity-edge pool, a Christmas log cabin for squirrels, and a landing pad for the pigeons.
He decided to decorate the landing pad with a capital “P” in a comical gesture.
Paul Everett, 38, spent his spare time building structures for animals to enjoy, from squirrels to hedgehogs. Pictured: Mr. Everett has a visit from a squirrel
The 38-year-old saw the birth of baby squirrels and watched hedgehogs and foxes investigate the structures, according to Grimsby Live.
His innovative projects were a way for him to avoid browsing his social media and using his phone for hours on end.
Mr. Everett said: I bought the house to renovate and eventually sell it.
The park now sees a lot of guest animals who come to experience the wooden complex that Mr. Everett designed for them
“When I started working, I noticed there were a lot of squirrels in the garden and I had a really soft spot so I started building different things.”
He designed a tower, swings, an infinity pool, a Christmas cabin for squirrels, and a landing pad for pigeons.
The park now sees a lot of guest animals who come to experience the wooden inventions.
Mr. Everett used pieces of wood to make an infinity pool for squirrels (pictured)
Mr. Everett enjoyed making structures and decided to build them to make people smile and laugh.
He said the past 18 months had been difficult because of the lockdown and the coronavirus and he wanted people to be happy.
He saw at least 10 squirrels, seven or eight foxes and two hedgehogs come into the building.
The Structured Playground is what he calls an animal sanctuary.
He designed a tower, swings, an infinity-edge pool, a Christmas cabin for squirrels, and a landing pad for pigeons (pictured)