Litter-Robot Aired On ‘The Balancing Act’ March 9, 30 and April 13!

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Brad Baxter, owner of Automated Pet Care Products, Inc., (home of the Litter-Robot) was a guest on the popular daily morning show ‘The Balancing Act’ on Lifetime Network (7:00AM to 8:00AM EST) on March 9, 30 and April 13.  Also on the show was Ann Kulka, an enthusiatic Mom and business owner who loves her Litter Robot! 

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