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Essential Oils Toxic To Cats (The Ultimate Guide)

Essential oils can pose a toxic risk to any household pet, or small animal, but can be especially dangerous to cats. This is because cats, unlike other animals, lack a particular enzyme in their liver responsible for the metabolizing and elimination of certain toxic compounds. It is because of the lack of this enzyme that I do not recommend applying essential oil directly onto the fur, or skin, of a cat. And don’t be fooled by the labeling found on many essential oil products that convince you they are cat friendly.
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Is Cooking With A Non-Stick Coating Dangerous? (PFOA And PTFE)

Studies have found a correlation between high PFOA exposure and six health outcomes which include cancer. It is also known to be a liver toxicant, a developmental toxicant, and an immune system toxicant and an endocrine disruptor. The real danger of PTFE is that At temperatures above 260C (500F), it begins to break down and give off noxious fumes known as fluorocarbon gases.
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30 Human Foods Dangerous To Dogs + Symptoms To Look For

We love our dogs and we love to share our food with them as a special treat. Who can resist those big brown eyes! But not all of our foods are safe. Some human foods are dangerous to dogs and can result in stomach upsets, breathing problems, panic attacks, tremors, coma, and even death. Read on for the comprehensive list of 30 human foods that are dangerous to dogs and the reasons why.
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