Hyperthyroidism in Cats Exposed to Air “Fresheners”, Upholstered Furniture, and New Buildings
Cats are adversely affected by toxic chemicals too
… “Higher TDCIPP exposures were associated with air freshener use, houses built since 2005 and cats that prefer to nap on upholstered furniture.” …
The same things cause disabling adverse effects in people with MCS/ES.
Pet tags link widely used flame retardant to hyperthyroidism in cats
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