Itchy, watery eyes. Nasal congestion. Chronic sneezing. These seasonal allergy symptoms strike millions of Americans every year, primarily in the spring and fall. Our pockets overflowing with tissues, we make midnight runs to the drugstore for over-the-counter medications–then sniffle our days away until the pollen, cotton or mold counts have returned to baseline levels. Seasonal allergies are inconvenient at best and miserable at worst–but do you know they can also affect your feline companion? The symptoms of seasonal allergies in cats are actually quite similar to those experienced by humans–including the runny nose, sneezing and watery, itchy eyes.
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