May 2007 Issue

Could Indoor Allergies Be Plaguing Your Cat?

Believe it or not, your pet's skin is a main thoroughfare for environmental allergens.

Watery eyes, itching, sneezing, coughing. Do indoor allergies cause you problems? Even if you donít suffer from indoor allergies, your cat may not be so fortunate. Though outdoor allergens (substances that can cause the immune system to respond with an allergic reaction), such as pollen, are considered to be the main culprits in causing allergies, indoor allergens, such as the common house dust mite, actually have the potential to be much more reactive.

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