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    Cancer Among Pets

    This is a series of videos on reducing cancer among pets.
    https://shop.thetruthaboutcancer.com...-summer-replay
    There are seven videos of about 1 hour duration.

    The pet food discussions are really interesting. The veterinarians mention the push by pet food companies in their schools.

    The food first is not normal for dogs and cats. There is emphasis against kibble (dried, cooked food) especially with soy, corn or rice.

    The meat and fish is broadly scraps from meat/fish/poultry processing plants, consisting of rotted matter full of toxins (bones and feathers included) and ground up into a paste. This is cooked ostensibly to remove the bacteria -- but this does not remove the toxins. We can remember the recent thread where toxins of lobsters develop quickly when the lobster dies.

    My cat would periodically throw up its food. I then, in recent times, figured that wheat and grains were not normal food for cats. I have swapped over to a potato-based food but now maybe have a healthier meat/fish based food. (She still throws up some but maybe not as bad.)

    Beyond food, they discussed the toxins from household cleaners and lawn fertilizers. Tide detergent was mentioned as having bad chemicals.

    The ultimate goal of the recommendations is to reduce the occurrence of cancer in one's pets.

    Anyhow, this is stuff that people might want to think about for their pets.

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    Cats are carnivores. They aren't supposed to eat potatoes. Dogs are omnivores and can eat certain vegetables.
    Curiosity never hurt anyone. It was stupidity that killed the cat.

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