Is it possible to eliminate cat allergies?

Cure Cat Allergies Today

Cure Cat Allergies Today

I have been allergic to cats and horses for the past 5 years or so. I used to own a cat, and I also used to horse back ride regularly. I have always LOVED animals, and this is very heartbreaking to me. I want to pursue my career as a Veterinary Technician, and this is really holding me back. It is also eliminating living opportunities. If anyone knows of how I can at least relieve my allergies enough to work with and around cats, I would really appreciate it. Most of all, I want to know if there are ways to eliminate the allergies.

Thank you.

To answer your query, there are vaccines that can remedy or lessen your cat allergies. There are also vaccines for cats to neutralized them. You can also minimize your interaction time with your furry friends. Sometimes the food you eat contributes to allergies so a change of lifestyle might help. For more information regarding your concern, the links that I’ll add below might help.

How To Cure Cat Allergies

How to Beat Cat Allergies – Health.com
Cat allergies can be beaten. It’s possible to lessen cat allergy symptoms and to avoid cat dander. There are lots of helpful information in this article so read it devotedly.

Closing in on a Cure For Cat Allergy | Allergic Living
There are lots of possible treatments for cat allergy. Learn more about vaccines for cat allergies or natural cure for cat allergies through this article. Relieve yourself from asthma and allergy from cats today.

What Everyone Ought to Know About Pet Cats
An informative read about cats where you can learn about allergies, cat allergies symptoms, allergic to cats, cat allergy shots, how to deal with cat allergies, how to treat cat allergies, and signs of allergies to cats.

You can also read these other interesting articles about cat allergies from Allergic Living and Health Line.

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  • terriertough March 26, 2009, 9:11 pm

    For cats there is a shampoo that you can wash them in that removes a lot of dander (what you are allergic to). Look at low shedding, low dander breeds of cat (get out your checkbook) like bengals, manx and rexs. There is an allergy free cat breed that was genetically created but its like $3000 per cat! And of course, you can always get a hairless cat and just wipe them down daily.

    Otherwise, try using anahistamines like Benedryl or clariton. And ask your doctor about allergy shots which are often very effective. The shots have to be repeated every couple of months, but I don't think they are too expensive and if you love cats, then it might be the best option!

    Good luck!

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