A cat allergy can add up to continuous allergy symptoms. Contact can occur at school, workplace, day care or in other enclosed environments even if there is no cat around. It is important to note that cats produce several allergens. These allergens are present on the skin, fur and saliva. Remember that all cats generate […]
Cat allergy is likely to run in the family especially if one or both parents are allergic to pets. Remember that cats are more likely to trigger allergies than dogs. If a child is likely to have cat allergy, it is vital to be familiar with the symptoms so that appropriate action can be taken.