Firefighters Have Oxygen Masks For Pets, But They Don’t Have Enough Of Them.

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When a house fire ignites, most people's first instinct is to run outside and away from the flames and smoke. For cats and dogs, their impulse is to go hide. Firefighters work hard to ensure our furry friends are rescued before things turn tragic. Despite the fast response from the fire department, animals like humans, suffer the effects of smoke inhalation and even become unconscious.


Wag'N O2 Fur Life - The Pet Oxygen Mask Initiative

Mary Ann Cardinale

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