Anti-Icky-Poo lives up to its name

Anti-Icky-Poo

caught my eye during a recent visit to the pet shop. It is advertised as "Getting the stink out or your money back." Boasting a live bacteria/enzyme solution that eliminates pet stains and urine, I thought I would give it a try.

Now my husband, mother and daughter laughed when they saw my latest purchase. After all, I AM a bit of a sucker for these things, having previously bought Shoe Goo, which is suppose to make your shoes last longer. Their giggles turned to hysterical laughter when they read the back of the bottle which states in part, "It will digest any malodorous decay including liquid or dried fluids from vomit, feces, rotten vegetables, fish, milk, dead bodies, skunk musk and more, even smoke."

Dead bodies? Do a lot of people have those to clean up after?