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Posted by Barb on August 08, 2000 at 19:07:11:

In Reply to: Re: Cat Allergies posted by :0) on May 14, 2000 at 15:34:27:

: You should do some research on different breads of cats. Some cause more problems than others. They have hairless cats too, hehe, they're quite pricy though.
: The only thing i would suggest is that if you have a friend of family member who has a cat try and see it every day....starting off with just a few min, then increase., thats teh only way you could condition yourself.
: Your best bet would be to research breeds of cats though. It would definitly be the easiest. Try to contact some breeders in your area, or you can talk to a vet about which cats are less likely to cause a reaction. then you could try and find someone with one and see if it causes you any problems.

If you really like cats like I do, get in the habit of never putting your hands to your face after
handling or petting the cat. If you do, then immediately get a wet wash cloth and wash your face off.
That is how I deal with my cat, and I can be allergic to her. Good Luck

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