Good Ideas: The FrogLog, An Inflatable Wildlife Saving Device For Swimming Pools

June 23, 2017

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This is the $30 FrogLog, an inflatable escape ramp that attaches to the side of a swimming pool to allow small animals that fall in the pool to get back out and not die a horrible drowning death. Drowning or burning alive: that's not how I want to go, although the fire thing is a very real possibility due to my lifestyle. "You love fireworks too much." Without them I am nothing. So yeah, if you own a pool a FrogLog is probably a good idea. I remember growing up there was nothing sadder than finding a dead frog in the pool. Then instead of having fun you have to fish it out with the net, dig a hole and bury it, then glance over too late to see your dog has already dug it up and eaten everything but a leg. That's not summer fun. Buy a FrogLog.

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Thanks to Allyson S, who agrees no creature, great or small, deserves to drown in a pool. Except mosquitos, kill all of those.

  • Ken

    Over-engineered. Achieve the same result with a tree branch or a chunk of lumber

  • Jenness

    I could be on board with this but only if they have an anti-roach/wasp/water bug saving trap built in. Those bastards deserve their pool deaths!!

  • But does it allow small children to climb out too? Guess there's only one way to find out!

    *removes ladder*

  • Big Dog on Krampus

    i like seeing all the cool animals just hanging out in the water

  • Bling Nye
  • Mark

    This is an awesome idea.

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