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By Cat lover - / Saturday 23 December 2017 01:30 /
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By  boopingsnoot  |  23

There are medications you can take. And your body can get used to specific cats! My sister's boyfriend is allergic too, but he's fine with their cat sleeping on their bed. He can't set foot in my house, though.

By  manb91uk  |  19

I had a 10 year gap where I didn’t have ANY pets at all after having loads of them. After I first adopted my old cat I used to have a bit of a reaction to him but it eventually went away.

Maybe the same thing will happen. If not, there are plenty of medical interventions that can be done.

Good luck, OP

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By  boopingsnoot  |  23

There are medications you can take. And your body can get used to specific cats! My sister's boyfriend is allergic too, but he's fine with their cat sleeping on their bed. He can't set foot in my house, though.

By  manb91uk  |  19

I had a 10 year gap where I didn’t have ANY pets at all after having loads of them. After I first adopted my old cat I used to have a bit of a reaction to him but it eventually went away.

Maybe the same thing will happen. If not, there are plenty of medical interventions that can be done.

Good luck, OP

By  ShadowReiku  |  25

They're pricey, but you may want to look into purebred Siberians. They are hypoallergenic in that they don't produce dander, and they're not hairless. Quite fluffy actually! My brother is allergic and he does fine with our Siberian.

By  piinksock  |  17

Did you have no contact at all with cats before hand? How didn't you know? Most people with cat allergies know the second they step into a room that's had a cat in it. Weren't you affected when you went to pick up the kittens?

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