See “Kicking the Habit for Your Pet,” by Tara Parker-Pope, a New York Times blog writer, to learn about an interesting study conducted at Tufts College of Veterinary Medicine.
Here’s the nut graph:
Nearly one in three smokers said the health of a pet would motivate them to try to kick the habit.
Did you know that cats who live with smokers lick and ingest the carcinogenic compounds that settle on their fur? Click here to read Parker-Pope’s article and learn more about how smoking effects pets.