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If I were you, I wouldn't believe a word that P&G says.
Posted by: Pam ( USA ) on August 04, 1999 at 11:49:38:
In Reply to: P&G states that their product is safe for cats, dogs and birds posted by Concerned Pet Lover on April 27, 1999 at 10:05:05:
: HOT OFF THE PRESSES! My veterinarian just received a response back from Proctor and Gamble about this issue. P&G states that their product is safe for cats, dogs and birds (just don't spray them directly). The main ingredient is modified starch from corn (corn starch). Yes, there is zinc chloride which is also a common ingredient in eye drops, mouthwash and yes, pet food! As an example of how harmless zinc chloride is P&G sited this: If a dog were to consume 1oz of Febreeze, it would still be getting less than 1/10 of zinc chloride than what it would get in it's pet food. This information was all passed along to me from my veterinarian. My feeling is, if in doubt, don't use it!!!
If I were you, I wouldn't believe a word that P&G says. They are interested in one thing and one thing only - their pocketbooks. Since when did they start caring about animals? Proctor and Gamble poison animals in their labs and now in our homes. DON'T BUY PROCTOR AND GAMBLE!