Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Cat Allergies


One of the most common reasons people give for getting rid of their cat is cat allergies. For some its a convenient excuse because they are tired of the responsibility but for others its a very real issue. Several animal experts, including Bestfriends, have compiled lists of what can be done to help pet owners who have a family member with allergies but want to keep their four-legged friend.
If this is an issue for you, here are some things to try.
Brush your cat every day
Don't allow kitty in the bedroom
One school of thought: Serve high quality, natural cat food to prevent the escape of toxins through the cat's skin
Once a week, give your cat a bath
Run a HEPA air purifier
Talk to your physician about possible medications for allergies
Use furnace filters designed to catch pet dander
Vaccum frequently
Wash your hands after handling kitty or kitty's toys and bedding

'Sppt, patience is for the old and humility is for those not born to royalty.'~Prince Sittchuk Seth, ODIN CATS

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8 comments:

  1. Really? Tatting? I must dig my tatting shuttle out...

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  2. Sandra's shorthand for tattooing:)

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  3. My great aunt used to tat. (Not shorthand for tattooing:)

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  4. You can also try drug-free BAX 3000 therapy for cat allergies. One lady on their website said her cat allergy is GONE after treatment! You can google BAX 3000 or go to www.biovedawellness.com.

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  5. OMG! I love that photo! My German shepherd would do the same - that's how he licks his own cats! Wherever did you get that pic? And no, we have no cat allergies!

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  6. Hi,

    You have a nice blog. Cat allergies are one of the worst pet allergies to suffer and I did suffer. I did find out that http://www.allergiestocatsrelief.com proves one of the best website for cat allergy relief.

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