Our Tip of the Day:I'm sure you all know that our furbabies have a far better sense of smell than us. That being said, please always be considerate with regards to what scented items you bring into your home. Candles, air fresheners, disinfectant sprays, and even perfumes, they all smell far stronger to our furbabies than to us. While some furbabies might not mind scents that us humans add to the mix of things, others might feel bothered by them. Keep this in mind if your furbaby seems to avoid rooms or areas of the house with scented items. What's more, some furbabies are actually sensitive and/or allergic to household items that provide added scent. If you add a new candle or other scented item and start noticing your furbaby sneezing, coughing, secreting discharge from the eyes and/or nose, or displaying symptoms of dermatitis, then it's possible that they are senstiive or allergic to the item and its scent. Certain scents, such as cinnamon and pine, can be especially strong and potentially bothersome, especially to furbabies more sensitive to such things. For reasons such as these, please always keep in mind the ways in which our furbabies differ from us, including their heightened sense of smell.