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Weekly Invention by InventionHome.com – “Cat Scratch Post”

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InventionHome announces their Invention of the Week – “Cat Scratch Post”

Independent inventor Darryl Jennus wanted his cat to be able to “sharpen” its claws without tearing up the house! He enlisted the help of InventionHome to assist him in finding marketing/licensing opportunities for his Patented invention, “Cat Scratch Post”.

Do you like the idea of your cat being able to keep its claws but fear that you will have to replace furniture, curtains or other household items due to the scratching? Inventor Darryl Jennus felt just this way. He designed a Cat Scratch Post that would solve the problem while also offering the most benefit for the cat.

Posts with a soft scratching surface do not promote consistent use by the cat or proper “sharpening” of the nails. A thistle rope scratch post may not be the answer either as it does not afford the cat the free vertical motion because the material is wrapped horizontally around the post thus creating the possibility that the cat may snag its claw(s) in the rope fiber and injure the nail base.

Darryl came up with a design that would be made of a heavy-duty carpet-backing type material that will withstand repeated use by any cat. It also has a catnip treated surface which helps entice most felines to utilize the durable scratching surface. The post measures approximately 21” tall and has a circumference of 17”. Cat Scratch Post sits atop a carpet-covered base measuring approximately 14” square.


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Weekly Invention by InventionHome.com – “Protect-A-Pet”

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InventionHome announces their Invention of the Week – “Protect-A-Pet”. Independent inventor Charles Ayscue enlisted the help of InventionHome to assist him in finding marketing/licensing opportunities for his patented invention, “Protect-A-Pet”.

Do you enjoy walking your pet in the evening, but due to lack of lighting you fear for the safety of your four-legged companion?

Independent inventor, Charles Ayscue saw this as a problem, and he decided that he could fix it, so he began his work on the “Protect-A-Pet”!

The Protect-A-Pet product may be comprised of two main components: the collar worn by the animal on which there may be several rows of LED lights, and a handheld remote unit that would control these lights. The lights on the collar can be set to blink, flash and other various pulsations. A battery may be located on the clip of the collar, as well as in the remote, in order to activate the lights as desired. The owner can then adjust the lighting pattern via the remote. The collar may also have a light sensor operated circuit so it may automatically be activated when ambient light falls below a certain, predetermined level. Another option for users may include a motion detector circuit in the collar so the lights may be activated when the animal moves. The adjustable collar may be produced in a variety of colors, patterns and designs to accommodate user preferences.

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InventionHome offers a low cost, low risk solution for helping inventors through each step of the invention process. They have created a simple and streamlined process for connecting inventors with manufacturers for the purpose of licensing inventions for royalties. For help with your invention, request info at:

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Weekly Invention by InventionHome.com – “Pet Belt”

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InventionHome announces their Invention of the Week – “Pet Belt”.

Independent inventor Roy Garcia enlisted the help of InventionHome to assist him in finding marketing/licensing opportunities for his invention, “Pet Belt”.

Do you feel like you are fumbling with too many things when you take your dog for a walk? So much stuff and nowhere to put it! That is exactly how the Pet Belt came to be…

Independent inventor Roy Garcia decided that he wanted to provide pet owners with a specially designed utility belt that would hold a variety of items needed while on a walk. The innovative Pet Belt will even allow for hands-free dog walking. The belt fits around the waist and has two pocket-type compartments that will allow for the secure placement of an mp3 player and cell phone. Other storage compartments will hold smaller items such as keys, change, a garage door remote, and more. A small zip top bag component will hold dog treats and another can be used for waste bags. There is also a unique cup-holding component for a beverage to be placed at the waist. Each compartment can be removed and replaced along the belt, as desired. Several heavy-duty clips are permanently positioned along the belt enabling the pet owner to connect the leash to the belt. This keeps the animal secure during a walk while hands can be used for other important tasks such as cleaning pet waste.



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InventionHome offers a low cost, low risk solution for helping inventors through each step of the invention process. They have created a simple and streamlined process for connecting inventors with manufacturers for the purpose of licensing inventions for royalties. For help with your invention, request info at:

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Weekly Invention by InventionHome.com – Pet Tag Holder

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InventionHome announces their Invention of the Week – “Pet Product for Holding Information Article”.

Independent inventor Sue Reilly enlisted the help of InventionHome to assist her in finding marketing/licensing opportunities for her clever invention.

Sue felt that jingling, dangling pet ID tags were a nuisance to move from one collar to another, and over time the tags often became faded and illegible. Even more alarming, the tags could become detached from the collar and be lost forever. Of the approximately 10 million pets that get lost every year, a staggering ninety percent never return home due to lack of identification. Well, this was a statistic that Sue Reilly could not accept!

Pet Product for Holding Information Article is a device for holding pet ID tags. A swinging panel on the unit can open for simple attachment to collar, harness or leash, and secures the product firmly in place by Velcro or other means. This feature also enables the product to be transferred easily to another collar, leash, or harness, if necessary. The unit features a side slot through which new tags or information can be placed, as needed, eliminating the dangling and jingling. The identification information can be changed on a daily basis if need be. For example, while vacationing with ones pet, the pet owner can slide in the “vacation” contact information and upon the return home, the home contact information can be replaced. Sue has an Issued Utility Patent on her invention.



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InventionHome offers a low cost, low risk solution for helping inventors through each step of the invention process. They have created a simple and streamlined process for connecting inventors with manufacturers for the purpose of licensing inventions for royalties. For help with your invention, request info at:

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