I recently did a study (yeah, like today) on a product some people swear by, and others have yet to discover. Yup, I am talking about the ever famous Febreeze. Febreeze is a spray that eliminates 99.9% of odor causing bacteria’s. But did you know, in 1999 the famous Procter & Gamble product came under fire. The allegation: Febreeze was responsible for killing many household pets. Uh oh, Cedra, stand clear. So I looked into it and according to the National Animal Poison Control Center (take a breath), there is no evidence of foul play. The concern is the zinc chloride (which is supposedly harmful to pets) and that it uses aerosol propellants (which pose a danger to many types of birds). No kidding. So the ever understanding P & G came out with a new and improved version in 1998 without zinc chloride and used pump action to spray the scented aroma. I think it is common sense. Don’t use Febreeze as a Binaca replacement on your dog, and never spray your bird while in flight. Let us stick to using the antimicrobial spray on our couches, vehicle upholstery and our bed mattresses. In addition to this factual study, local folklore believes Febreeze, when used frequently on the mattress, is a natural tractor beam for relationships (unknown if short or long term). As long as you don’t get crazy with your meadow and rain or linen and sky scented spray, the results can only be positive.