Let's do SOME BASICS!!
We all Pet Parents want to ensure that our house is hygienic and at the same time we need to ensure they are PET FRIENDLY.
Let's talk about FLOOR CLEANERS.
In my recent hunt for pet friendly products this was one basic thing I was looking for now let me tell you why?
The average household contains about 62 toxic chemicals, say environmental experts. We’re exposed to them routinely — from the phthalates in synthetic fragrances Ingredients in common household products have been linked to disruption and neurotoxicity.
Manufacturers argue that in small amounts these toxic ingredients aren’t likely to be a problem, but when we’re exposed to them routinely, and in combinations that haven’t been studied, it’s impossible to accurately gauge the risks.
While a few products like @miत्र are amazing and offers absolute Natural ingredients and what more you can maintain hygiene and also good health of your four legged companion.
Make the change today switch to non toxic products.
You can connect with Alopa Madane for more details.
They have a range of pet friendly floor cleaners, flea and tick repellents and also balms
What is our definition of animal cruelty?
This was my first outreach conversation ever. I took a small pause from the cube and I was watching the conversations that were happening around me.
This man was very intrigued by the footage. I saw him standing there and I stepped towards him.
“Have you seen this before?” I explained him what was happening on the screen, how the cow was being slaughtered.
He told me how horrible the footage was. I couldn’t agree more. During our discussion, he asked me: “But isn’t there some way in between?”
I asked him: “Like, humane slaughter? What do you think that is?” He had trouble answering that question, so I asked him: “Would treating an animal well, justify killing?” “No.” he said.
How can you be against animal cruelty but tolerate that in the end, the animal is killed? 📸 @verasmittt