Pet allergies are crummy. There are two kinds of friends that would agree:
- The Allergic One: They can’t go to a friend’s house without what seems like an entire pharmacy in their bag.
- The Hospitable One: The person who can’t host in order to keep your friend from being miserable.
Or in some cases, you’re both – you love the cat, but your allergies do not.
Unfortunately, there is no complete cure for common pet allergies – there are, however, different methods of prevention and treatment one might try.
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