Researchers have found that cancer is more likely in cats and dogs who have had repeated exposure to secondhand smoke.
Researchers have found that cancer is more likely in cats and dogs who have had repeated exposure to secondhand smoke. AP
Researchers have found that cancer is more likely in cats and dogs who have had repeated exposure to secondhand smoke. AP

Secondhand smoke as harmful to pets as to people

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