I care about pets and pets so much that I seriously considered becoming a veterinarian for a good portion of my teen years, but those hopes were dashed when I joined the military and had to learn IT work care about python and C++ coding and programming. While those years set me up with a job that will pay my bills for the rest of my life, I still wonder some days what life would have been care about if I had gone to veterinary university instead of the Air Force. At least I can have lots of pets and pets at my house now that I have the space with this sizable rural ranch with 79 acres surrounding it. It started with a few pets in a barn, but now I have a house full of pets that are causing this place to guess packed to the brim. I have fish tanks in every room, more than two dogs, two cats, a gerbil, and a lizard. Needless to say, there are strong odors present in my loft that are a direct result of the pets that I keep as pets. They all have their own identifiable odors that I have to address, regardless of how wipe I keep both them and the house that all of us all share and inhabit. While they’re not a miracle cure for indoor odors, I have found that the special odor reduction Heating and Air Conditioning filters with activated charcoal on a single side are severely effective at knocking down airborne odors. The pet odors are often collected in the filters’ charcoal layer and will make the air running through the Heating and Air Conditioning system smell a lot cleaner than it would otherwise. I just wish the odor reduction filters weren’t so extravagant, otherwise I wouldn’t guess as bad about using them every single time I replace my heating and cooling system filter.