Coping with an allergy to cats isn't easy, especially if you have one. Learn our
Do you have a cat allergy? Here's how to avoid cat dander and reduce cat allergy
Pet allergies can be made worse by allergens in your own home. Here's how to
reduce pet allergens at home.
If the presence of your precious pet is causing you pain, you're not alone. Up to
15% of the general population and 30% of the allergic population have reactions
Although some people avoid cats
because they fear or dislike them, there is some hope for those who avoid cats
because of fear of allergic reactions. Here is a step-by-step process for helping to control
symptoms while enjoying the lifelong companionship o... More »
With a few changes you can keep your companion animal -- and manage your
pet allergies, too.
Cat allergies can usually be controlled with standard allergy drugs. ... can help
control cat allergies, the best approach is simple: avoid cats and their dander.
Mar 28, 2014 ... Take these five steps to reduce the symptoms of pet allergies. ... your pet. A
combination of approaches—medical control of symptoms, good ...
Oct 17, 2013 ... Of the more than 300 adults with a dog or cat allergy asked by their doctors to
give up their pets to reduce allergy symptoms, a mere 21 percent ...
If your symptoms are hard to control, having a series of anti-allergy injections,
also known as immunotherapy, can help reduce your allergic reactions to cats.