Some interesting take aways from the video above:
1) Create walkways over and around to keep your cats interested, but also in a way that adds to the overall look of your home or apartment. Here are some more examples:
Even more cat walkways ideas.
2) Multi-Roombas keep Peter's home clean of 15 cats worth of cat hair. Think of what one will do for your home.
3) If you have a closet or a bathroom, install ventilating fans to push the litter smell outside.
But what's missing?
What about an automatic litter box cleaner? What about exercise for your cats?
Unless you're fond of panning for cat turds like old toothless miners used to pan for gold, you might want to look into getting something that will do the job for you. Everything else is automated. Why should you slave over a litter box? Who's in charge here? Why does this feel like work? Ugh. Just automate it.
http://www.catfooddispensersreviews.com/best-8-automatic-cat-litter-box-comparison-chart/ has a nice comparison chart to help you choose between self-cleaning litter boxes. I don't have one to recommend. The only thing I do recommend is to get a bead on the return policy in case your cat(s) won't take to an automated kitty toilet.
Okay, but how does one get a cat to go for a jog? Is that even possible? It is.
Consider a "Cat Wheel" by One Fast Cat. Such a wheel might run around $250+ shipping.
It's designed to be assembled in 10 minutes, but comments I've read haven't reported that experience, still the effort appears to be worth it. Look how much those cats love it. But if you're a handy DIY individual and $250 is too steep, you can find other intrepid cat owners who created their own cat wheels. And DIY cat wheels don't have to look like crap. One YT builder added LED lights and set the wheel into the wall for a seamless look:
Unfortunately the creator in the above video doesn't demonstrate or say how it was made, but there are plenty other cat wheel creators who document how they created their Cat Wheel. Who knows? You might even improve on it. So if you are interested in the DIY stuff, just google "DIY cat wheel cat shelves cat perch" for a lot videos that should give you all you need in creating your own little cat paradise. : D
"To keep his 15 rescue cats occupied, home builder Peter Cohen has constructed elaborate catwalks, tunnels, platforms and perches throughout his California home. This is one fun house you've got to see to believe. Read more about this incredible home on houzz http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/35126310"