Cats, dogs and birds are particularly sensitive to 2nd hand smoke. Our pets have smaller bodies. Smoke affects them more severely. A home smoke eater will protect your pets from 2nd and 3rd hand smoke. What’s 3rd hand smoke? Third hand smoke is the residue that remains on skin, fur, clothing, furniture. The residue remains after the air has cleared.
Cats in a smokers home are 4 times as likely to develop lymphoma, heart arrhythmia, and lung paralysis. Every cat owner knows they are meticulous groomers. Your cat is cleaning more than dirt off her fur. Your cat can’t stop these toxins that fall from smoky air. She can’t help but “eat” them when she grooms. Dogs are more likely to have nose and eye issues if they live in a smoky house. Birds have smaller bodies and are even more likely to suffer from second hand smoke.