List Of Hypoallergenic Cats

By 3 August 2016

If you ever had a plan to keep a companion in your lonely moments to play around with. If you love to have a pet but just are health conscious and don’t want to take any chance with your life. And if you are the one freaking cat lover, you simply are going to enjoy this post. Today in this post I’m going to share the list of hypoallergenic cats that are not just friendly, furry but also safe as a pet.

Facts About Cat Allergies:

Before we further talk about the list of hypoallergenic cat breeds, it’s better to discuss few of the facts about the allergies that are being caused by a cat at your home. Every third of the Americans living with different types of allergies are allergic to cats and dogs. And the number of people with cat allergies are twice as many in number as people with dog allergies. So it’s more risky to have a pet cat at your home rather than a dog. Cat allergies are more often genetic and it is more likely to have cat allergy if any of your family member is already allergic to cats.

These allergy causing allergens come from your cat’s dead skin, salivary gland or may possibly from their urine. Coming into contact with allergens can cause some serious health issues. If someone is suffering from asthma, should never have a pet cat as it increases the risk of serious asthma attack up to 30 percent if exposed to any of the aforementioned allergens. In a study, it is found that infants exposed to pet cats are at a higher risk of developing different allergies in first four years of their childhood.

Types Of Cat Allergies:

You may surely want to know what type of allergies these could be and what are the possible ways to avoid them and be safe. Allergies with pet fur is quite common in people with other allergies especially asthma. Cat allergens are more like to enter into your body through breathing and may cause swelling and itching of membranes, stuffy nose and also eye inflammation.

Sometimes these allergens are quite small in size that they may easily enter into your lungs via a respiratory process and do some serious health damage. Highly sensitive people are likely to begin with coughing, sniffing, wheezing, and shortness breathing immediately after contacting these allergens. It may also cause rashes on face, neck and upper chest depending upon the sensitivity and amount of allergen inhaled.


Ashley is a housewife, dedicated mother of two kids and a passionate blogger. She loves to cook, travel and write. She has been writing about beauty, fitness, list of to-do things and lifestyle for past several years. So enjoy the good work.

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