Does Your Kitty Smell?
It's time to lay down the truth and get real. All vaginas have a scent and there's (usually) nothing to be ashamed of. It's natural for a vagina to shift in scent throughout the month, however, there are some aromas to look out for. From yeast infections to UTIs to Toxic Shock Syndrome—9 times out of 10 your kitty uses odor to send you an important message! Take a look at the gallery below to learn more about the 9 most common types of vaginal odors and what they mean. Then let us know what you think about this list and our findings in the comments section on Facebook.