Molly Sabrina Narrowly Escapes Hartz Death

August 11, 2008 at 10:30 pm Leave a comment

Molly Sabrina’s loving mother has posted a video on YouTube to warn people about the dangers of using Hartz flea and tick products. Like thousands and thousands of pet parents, she unknowingly poisoned her kitty-cat with a Hartz flea and tick product. She describes the experience in American Sign Language, but even if you can’t follow it word for word, the storyline is clear — and the anguish is unmistakable. Fortunately, Molly Sabrina survived the ordeal, but many cats and dogs are not so lucky. Please take a moment to watch the video — and if you and your pet are Hartz victims, get inspired to post your own.


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