Smoking and your pet

foundkit3Research has shown that cats and dogs from Smoking Households, are at greater risk of developing Cancer than non-smoking households.

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Cats, because of their grooming habits. They continually lick and ingest cancer-causing carcinogens that build up on their fur. This makes them twice as likely to develop malignant lymphoma—a cancer that occurs in the lymph nodes and is often fatal.

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puppyDogs are at greater risk of developing cancers of the nose and sinus area. Dogs with nasal cancer typically survive less than one year.

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There is help available. Contact Janet, a Hypnotherapist, based in the UK, with a 95% success rate for Smoking Cessation. So if you won’t stop smoking for yourself, do it for the Animals!