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.
Posted in Air Quality, Chemicals, Health
Tagged air "fresheners", cats, chemical sensitivity, environmental sensitivities, flame retardants, fragrance chemicals, furniture, Housing, hyperthyroidism, IAQ, MCS, pets, toxic chemicals
Warning: This post contains many photos of cats.
What follows is something I thought was a great response by Kristine Kruszelnicki to someone who trivialized her MCS and compared it to his cat allergy
(shared with her permission, and with many photos of cats added by me):