Why treating addiction is so difficult

10 Responses to Why treating addiction is so difficult

  1. ROFL! Thanks for the darkly humorous chuckle.

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  2. Who gave a cigarette to a cat? They deserved to get scratched. —- Suzanne

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  3. Yvonne says:

    Holy Moses, that kitten was serious about her habit!

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    • No kidding. Reminds me of the time we caught our grandcat Figaro with a chipmunk in his mouth. (Our cats don’t go outside, so somehow the chipmunk had managed to get into the house — don’t ask me how.) He refused to let go, so my husband took him by the scruff and hauled him outside and shook him until he finally lost his grip. The chipmunk, who appeared to be completely unharmed, flew out of there like a bat out of hell. I can only imagine the stories it told its friends when it got home. 🙂

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  4. […] Why treating addiction is so difficult […]

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  5. Will S. says:

    Poor kitty, starting tobacco so young… 😉

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  6. That was me, before I finally gave up smoking 15 years ago. 😀

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