Our expert says:
I am also allergic to cats - and I have TWO! One has to take antihistamines, but I believe ( very unscientifically of course) that I got used to my own cats and only itch when I come into contact with "strange" cats - which I by the way can't leave alone too. It may also help to use Beconase aqueous nose spray twice a day. If you can teach your cats from small to tolerate a bath, this also helps a lot as the actual allergen is their spit on the hair when they groom themselves. So if you bath them regularly, this brings down the allergy levels. ( Mine will kill me if I try to bath them but anyway...) Hope you find a solution!
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