A cat allergy is an allergic reaction to a protein called Fel d 1, which is found in the cat's saliva, dander, and urine.
The symptoms of a cat allergy can include sneezing, coughing, runny nose, itchy eyes, and skin rash.
The most common cause of a cat allergy is exposure to the Fel d 1 protein.
A cat allergy can be diagnosed by a doctor or allergist.
There is no cure for a cat allergy, but there are treatments that can help relieve the symptoms
Yes, cats can be allergic to dogs. The symptoms of a dog allergy in cats are similar to the symptoms of a cat allergy in humans.
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