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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Max Leung, Aug 1, 2002.
Passive smoke linked to feline cancer
I wonder how much was spent on this study. They could have just handed me the cash and I would have told them the same thing.
Eh, but you wouldn't have been able to say what the risks were, unless you had access to a vet clinic's records, nor would you be able to survey the owners themselves about their habits to make the correlation. This would have been a very cheap study, probably costing nothing more than a few months work from a couple of graduate students.
I always felt guilty when I smoked around my cat. That's one of the reasons why I quit cigarettes. And any cigars get smoked outside.
Well, it's certainly cheaper to rifle through vet records than herding a bunch of cats into a room with a bunch of chain-smokers...cigarettes are expensive, and imagine the costs associated with herding cats!
Second hand smoke is the least of my worries. My cat took up the habit and is up to a pack a day!
Double trivia and you still get....
Definition of a sociologist - someone who pays $100 just to find his way to the cat house...