What you need to consider before getting a pet – Part 3

Most don’t consider this; but there can be odor issues to owning a pet indoors. I know, I have two parakeets and 3 finches. More importantly, I have visited in the homes of many pet owners and immediately upon walking in the door…knew there was a pet in the house. My nose told me. So, if you really want to own a pet; but not endure their odors there is a “tool” you can utilize that just plugs in and runs 24 hours a day seven days a week. I started using one in my home after 22 years of marriage when I had had my tenth child just a few months before. My second oldest has asthma and oh how I wish I had found this “tool” 20 years earlier when he was a baby gasping for breath across my legs. I had no idea the pet cat in the house, the wood heat, the old carpeting and likely mold spores flying around were so awful for an asthma sufferer. I had no idea there was technology available to remove all of that 365 days out of the year.

I just read of a man’s pet lovebird dying after 15 years of ownership suddenly and it was until afterwards the man realized the freon leaking in his air conditioning had slowly poisoned the bird over it’s last few days of life. Even he and his wife had begun coughing more during that time. This “tool” would have prevented that. Also, this “tool” has been proven by Kansas State University to remove e.coli, salmonella, staph, candida and many more bacterias off of surfaces 99.9%. I believe that is true due to the lessening of ills in my own family now compared to what we endured as seasons came and went during our first 22 years as a family living in older and newer/remodeled homes. So, if you’re going to own a pet; make sure you plan to remove its odors too.

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