How to Cope With Cat Allergies
Coping with cat allergies can involve getting hardwood or tile floors throughout the house, getting allergy injections, using an air purifier in the house and even visiting a chiropractor. Take measures to reduce cat allergies, which stem from the dander in feline saliva, with advice from a cat behavioral therapist in this free video on pet care.
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Hello, my name is Carole Wilbourn. I'm The Cat Therapist here in New York City. In this clip, we're going to talk about how to cope with cat allergies. Let me tell you the different steps that you may take to cope with cat allergies. One is, perhaps, to have wooden floors. The less rugs and the less carpets you have, the less apt dander is to collect because it's the dander from a cat saliva that makes a person allergic. Aside from having bare floors, you could look into getting injections. Injections usually work for people who are allergic to cats. Another step would be to get an air purifier. In fact, if you have a large home, you might want to get a few. And there are so many different models to choose from. Another way to deal with cat allergies is to, perhaps, make an appointment with a chiropractor. I happen to know of a client who's very allergic to cats. He even used an inhaler. His wife insisted that he see her chiropractor, and wouldn't you know, it worked. He no longer uses an inhaler. It's wonderful. They're all very, very happy. Once again, this is Carole Wilbourn, The Cat Therapist, in New York City.