Do you suffer from pet allergies, more specifically cat allergies? We want you and your feline friend to be able to cuddle up with no side effects. Check out these tips to see how you can manage these allergies. 


#1: Switch your cat’s diet

While your cat’s food may feed their inner predator, switching their diet can reduce your allergic response to your four-legged friend. All cats produce a common allergen in their saliva, but Purina Pro Plan LiveClear contains a key protein sourced from eggs that binds to and neutralizes the allergen. LiveClear is a revolutionary cat food shown to reduce the allergens in cat hair and dander by an average of 47%, starting in the third week of daily feeding. Talk to our team to see if feeding LiveClear is the right choice for your cat.


#2: Minimize dander and cat hair in your home

Allergens from cat hair and dander can trigger severe allergic responses, but reducing the culprit can clear up your allergy signs. Dusting and vacuuming frequently, keeping your cat off furniture and your bed, and washing your hands after petting your cat can help minimize allergic reactions. Ventilation and filtered air can also go a long way toward reducing allergies—place a free-standing HEPA air filter unit in the room your cat most frequents to filter out allergens.


#3: Bathe your cat regularly with waterless shampoo

Most cats don’t appreciate running water and baths, but waterless shampoo can replace routine baths. Work a foaming feline shampoo into your cat’s coat, and then brush the shampoo out—no water required. Regular “bathing” with waterless shampoo can reduce the allergens in your cat’s hair and dander.


Is your furry friend wreaking havoc on your sinuses? Consider having your cat professionally groomed to minimize cat hair and dander in your home. Prior to your cat’s grooming appointment, ensure they are up to date on their vaccinations for protection. Call us to schedule an appointment.