Invention of the Week #1: Critter Litter

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Going forward, I will include a new “Invention of the Week” here in my blog (in collaboration with InventionHome, one of the few legitimate invention commercialization companies).

 

This week, we kick it off with… “Critter Litter“.

 

 

 

Critter Litter was invented by an intrepid entrepreneur by the name of Barbara McNew. Barbara’s innovative product was designed to simplify the dreaded task of cleaning cat litter boxes. Barn has an issued U.S. Utility patent on her invention.

 

 

 

The Critter Litter is a collapsible, disposable litter box, which allows for an improved way to change a litter box without the scooping, heavy bags or ambient odors associated with traditional litter boxes. 

 

This innovative product offers many benefits to the cat owner such as; a convenient and easy means for dealing with cat litter boxes, 100% biodegradable, eliminates retention of odors, no more scooping litter or heavy bags, no more plastic trays, portable unit fits today’s busy lifestyles, collapses for convenient storage and disposal after use and offered in various designs to fit different tastes and holiday themes. 

 

For more information about how to commercialize your own invention, visit InventionHome.

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