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    Cancer has no mercy. Every year, cancer claims the lives of our mothers… fathers… and friends. And now – this ruthless disease is stealing the lives our beloved animals. It’s sad but true. Each year, over 6 million dogs and 6 million cats are diagnosed with cancer. And millions die as a devastating result. But what if it didn’t have to happen? What if people and pets are tragically dying from cancer, simply because they haven’t heard about treatments that can truly heal them? And if there were simple things you can do that would prevent your pet from getting cancer in the first place. Well, now it’s time for you to discover the Truth about *PET* Cancer.

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  • Leading Animal Health and Cancer Specialists Release FREE 7-part Docu-Series on The Truth About Pet Cancer

    But - we are seeing a huge upswing in veterinary care as 'normal' for household pets - ie it is now huge business - that was not true of the vet situation years ago. I recently had my 2 cats put down because of a tumour in one and complete loss of litter-box habits in the other. Older cats have issues, but you can only do so much to cope, and eventually sweet as they may be, they have to go ! There was intense interest by the vet in surgery as a remedy for their issues - quotes of thousands of dollars ! I said 'no' ! Now altho I love cats and would absolutely adore to have a new kitten family, I cannot afford to be put into the position of major medical bills for animals - so this is now one less household with an animal. How many others are making the same decision & how many animals will have to be put down because of the growing (& getting greedier) animal health care industry ?

  • Leading Animal Health and Cancer Specialists Release FREE 7-part Docu-Series on The Truth About Pet Cancer

    vcragain said:

    But - we are seeing a huge upswing in veterinary care as 'normal' for household pets - ie it is now huge business - that was not true of the vet situation years ago. I recently had my 2 cats put down because of a tumour in one and complete loss of litter-box habits in the other. Older cats have issues, but you can only do so much to cope, and eventually sweet as they may be, they have to go ! There was intense interest by the vet in surgery as a remedy for their issues - quotes of thousands of dollars ! I said 'no' ! Now altho I love cats and would absolutely adore to have a new kitten family, I cannot afford to be put into the position of major medical bills for animals - so this is now one less household with an animal. How many others are making the same decision & how many animals will have to be put down because of the growing (& getting greedier) animal health care industry ?

    Sorry for your loss. Be sure to register for the Free "The Truth About Pet Cancer docuseries. These talks will be packed with info that could potentially save your future pets' lives without expensive vet bills.