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Tim Strandell
John M Lipscomb, Timothy B Strandell, Daniel J DeLay: Cat litter scoop holder. GHL International, Boyle Fredrickson Newholm, Stein & Gratz Sc, January 29, 2004: US20040016860-A1

A cat litter scoop holder that includes scoop retaining walls that define a pocket for receiving a cat litter scoop. The holder includes a base upon which it sets upright. Its sides can be open to promote airflow. The pocket includes a drain. The base preferably is hollow such that it forms a chambe ...


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LIPSCOMB JOHN M: Pet fountain. GHL INTERNATIONAL, Stein David D, December 2, 2010: WO/2010/138799 (2 worldwide citation)

A pet fountain having a housing of snap together construction formed of a base and cover. The base includes a basin in which an integrally formed filter-holding divider is disposed that separates the basin into a return sump and pumping chamber. The cover includes a water holding bowl, an inlet and ...


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Lipscomb John M, Suring Stanley L: Upright storable fecal matter scooper. Ghl International, Lipscomb John M, Suring Stanley L, STEIN David D, October 15, 2009: WO/2009/126634 (1 worldwide citation)

A fecal matter scooper having a manipulable handle attached to an elongate handle extension from which a pair of opposable scoop jaws extend that define a fecal matter holding scoop bucket when disposed in a closed position and which define a pedestal or base upon which the scooper can be stored in ...


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John M Lipscomb, Stan L Suring: Cat scratching post. GHL International, Boyle Fredrickson Newholm Stein & Gratz Sc, January 20, 2005: US20050011469-A1

A cat scratching post that includes a plurality of supports between which an outer covering is disposed. The supports are coupled with at least one joint that can comprise a spline that can be ribbed and that can form part of an end cap. In another preferred embodiment, the supports engage each othe ...


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Jo Ann D Zabik: Cat litter box. Ghl International, Boyle Fredrickson Newholm Stein & Gratz Sc, October 9, 2003: US20030188690-A1

A cat litter box includes a floor and first, second, and third sidewalls that extend upwardly from the floor. The sidewalls are in an at least generally triangular arrangement with the first sidewall being generally perpendicular to the second sidewall so as to permit the cat litter box to be placed ...


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LIPSCOMB JOHN M: Pet feeding dish and system. GHL INTERNATIONAL, Stein David D, April 1, 2010: WO/2010/036985

A pet feeding system (5) is disclosed that includes a dish (20) configured to regulate intake of food (10) by a pet, such as a cat. The dish has a housing (50) in cooperation with a food-dispensing receptacle (70 or 72) that dispense food into a food-receiving chamber (60) within the housing permitt ...


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Grepper Ryan: Remotely operable user controlled pet entertainment device. Ghl International, Grepper Ryan, STEIN David D, September 3, 2009: WO/2009/108821

A pet entertainment device that is also capable of exercising a pet, such as a cat, via user interaction with the device using a remote control that enables user control of motion of a pet plaything/attractant in or along two degrees of freedom. The device includes a base that rests on a floor that ...



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