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Honoring Those Who Serve
As Memorial Day approaches, Automated Pet Care Products, Inc. would like to hear your story about a special soldier you know past or present. E-mail us your story at  Contest@Litter-Robot.com. The stories will be posted on our blog. One random winner will be chosen to win a new Litter-Robot™. The winner will be announced on May
Remembering Loy Hodges
My father, Loy Hodges, was a WWII veteran who landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day, and was wounded in battle and awarded the Purple Heart and Bronze Star medal.  We returned to Omaha Beach in Normandy exactly 50 years later.  My dad knelt down, picked up some sand, stood and saluted, and cried like a
Honoring Brendon Langless
I am thinking of my niece’s husband, Brendon, this Memorial Day.  This young man will be going to Afghanistan in June for his first tour.  He has a 2 1/2 year old daughter who adores him and will miss him during his 13 month absence.  I know a lot of young men and women have
Honoring Don Phillips
I will be honoring my father, Don Phillips, on Memorial Day.  He served during WWII in the Army Core of Engineers.  He was pulled from MIT half way through his college training to serve as an Engineer.  He was stationed in the Pacific and finished his WWII time in Japan during the reconstruction.  Although he
Honoring Ryan Egesdal
The name of the soldier that I would like to thank is Ryan Egesdal, U.S. Navy � Ryan is currently serving on the U.S.S. Stennis and is out in the Pacific at this time preparing for an eight month tour at sea.  Despite the conflicts going on in the world, Ryan sought to follow in
Honoring Keith Mills
We are two Sphynx cats named Dragonheart and Merlin.  Our human dad is an engineering officer serving in the Canadian Forces.  His name is Major Keith Mills.  He has served overseas on many missions, including peacekeeping missions in Haiti, Bosnia, and Eritrea.  He served in Kuwait during the first Gulf War.  He has helped out
Remembering Andrea Kuehn’s Grandfather
This Memorial Day I am thinking of my Grandfather. He graduated from Veterinary  School  in 1942 in the middle of World War II. His entire class volunteered for service as Veterinarians, most of his class was sent overseas but my grandfather  was assigned to oversee Vet practices in Idaho. He served for three years when
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