Read this if you love Febreze!!!

Little Guy

I'm a Mama's Boy- So What?!
Barked: Thu Mar 20, '08 9:06am PST 
Febreze is tested on animals INCLUDING dogs. When you buy Proctor & Gamble products you are helping to fund animal cruelty. In 2003, an undercover investigator at a contract testing laboratory found dogs who had gone crazy from intense confinement in steel cages and cement cells, dogs who had been left on a filthy floor after chunks of muscle had been hacked from their thighs, dogs who had been surgically debarked, and horribly sick dogs and cats who were languishing in their cages, neglected and left to suffer without veterinary care. The US Department of Agriculture has released an official complaint alleging that the following violations, among others, were documented by government inspectors at the contract laboratory from 2002 to 2005:
-Failure to provide pain relief to sheep used in experiments that caused pain or distress
-Failure to ensure that personnel were trained to perform experiments on animals
-Failure to provide veterinary care and to observe animals daily
-Failure to properly ventilate housing facilities for dogs and cats
-Failure to house cats with a sufficient number of litterboxes and resting surfaces
-Failure to keep animal-housing facilities clean and in good repair, resulting in injuries
-Failure to maintain comfortable temperatures in animal-housing facilities
-Failure to provide animals with sufficient space

However, Target makes a version of Febreze which is NOT tested on animals. The ingredients are identical and it works great, I love it! not to mention, it is also cheaper, which means you having more money to spend on your furry loved one smile