Academics have reported that flame retardants from air fresheners tend to accumulate in the body of pets.
Particularly hazardous, these substances are for the elderly in the feline family.
As a result of the effects on the body, the tails begin to suffer from hyperthyroidism and other ailments associated with the thyroid gland.
In addition, the accumulation of elements such as stuffing furniture and various dry food of good quality leads to the appearance of hyperthyroidism in animals.
It is all about elements from the group of polybromophenyl ethers, which are added by manufacturers to increase the fire resistance of a wide variety of objects.
Zoologists have noted that feline hyperthyroidism is a kind of feline plague of the 21st century.
In addition, according to statistics, every 10 pets around the world suffer from this disease.