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Are you allergic to animals?
If it's ok with you I would like to share some of my own findings as to peoples allergies.Doctors are telling millions of their patients they are allergic to their pets,the patients surrender their pets into shelters & from the shelters these pets go into labs for the severity of many experiments,if they live they go back in shelters for adoptions.Thanks for letting me share.
No, I'm not allergic to animals. I love animals and even if I had a pet I was allergic to, I couldn't ever put it into a shelter. I'm lucky I don't have allergies because I know some people do, but how do the doctors know that it is the pet that is causing the allergy.
It seems really unfair to the animals to abandon them into a shelter when it might not even be their fault.
I love all animals, and I always will, and I know they feel pain and anguish the same way that we do.
My 6-year-old son is allergic to cats and we have 2. How did we find out? Well, he'd been having ear problems since he was born. Over the past year he's been seeing an ENT. He's had ear tube surgery 2 times due to constant fluid buildup in his ears. While he was out for the surgery, they did allergy testing on his thighs. They injected serum for the most common allergies and then we had to watch them for a few days. Turned out the cat injection site was very large and red. That's how we knew. At this point, I'm not getting rid of the cats because I'm using an allergen reducer spray on them and I also put some air cleaners in the home to help reduce the allergens.
I used to be afraid of dogs but When I began working with them I got adopted to it. I have never had allergy from an animal but I know a friend who has an allergy for long haired dog breeds
Yes, but it doesn't stop me from sharing my home with 15 of the most amazing cats and 4 wonderful dogs. I just suck up the consequences and love them even more.
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