Can You Cope with Cat Allergies Without Giving up on Your Cats?
Are you allergic to something in your home? It could be your cat...but don't despair. Getting rid of the feline is not the only thing you can do to reduce or even eliminate cat allergy symptoms. read more
The short answer is "Yes". There are many over the counter anti allergic medications that one can use to counter these 'allergies'. Most allergies can be overcome with modifications in one's diet: Adding a variety of herbs and spices in your cooking, and avoiding foods with additives that harm the immune system can alter one's life long struggle with allergies.
It all depends on how severe your allergy is and what causes the allergy. My Granddaughter has asthma and is allergic so if she's around cats she has an asthma attack so they can't have cats at her house. Though, i know someone who is allergic to something in their saliva, if they wash their hands after playing with the cat they are fine.
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