Initiative aims to curb pet deaths linked to smoke inhalation

06/23/2010 | Portland Press Herald (Maine)

An initiative in Maine seeks to raise funds to buy pet oxygen masks designed to aid in animal-rescue operations in the state. About 40,000 pets in the U.S. die of smoke inhalation each year, according to animal advocates. Having the masks on hand would help rescue teams save animals, which are "pretty endeared to some people," a fire official said.

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