My boyfriend's allergic to my cat, but it's worse in my room and bathroom where she is not allowed. [more inside]
posted by RUPure
on Jul 12, 2012 -
What practical, non-medical tips do you have for pet allergy sufferers who will have to stay in a home with a pet for multiple days? Next month I'll be faced with this. Reading previous questions, I saw a good suggestion - bring your own Pillow Case. What other things do you do when you know you have to live with someone with a pet for a few days? Any nonmedical suggestions for me, the visitor, are welcome, and I'd love to hear any kooky things you have done in the past that somehow worked for you.
posted by cashman
on Mar 29, 2012 -
poop + cats = problems. How do I keep my sanity, save my nose, and help my kitties? [more inside]
posted by itsacover
on Feb 27, 2012 -
Is there anything that can be applied topically to relieve my cat's seasonal allergies? He chews/licks the fur off his stomach and legs, and it's too hard to administer oral medications on him. [more inside]
posted by wannaknow
on May 19, 2010 -
My cat is allergic to, well, everything. Pine, wool, insects, dogs, dust mites, grasses, you name it. So I've ordered her some allergy shots, which I will have to give to her daily. How do I make this as painless as possible for both me and the cat? [more inside]
posted by chowflap
on Sep 14, 2008 -
Do I need to find an apartment with hardwood floors to keep my cat from killing my allergic girlfriend? [more inside]
posted by wukkuan
on Nov 13, 2007 -
Just moved into a house. Previous owner apparently fed, and let into the house, a neighborhoood feral cat. The cat mews all night outside, trying to get in.
posted by jimmyjimjim
on Aug 9, 2007 -
MedicalFilter: What allergy medications work best against cat dander? [more inside]
posted by dw
on Dec 10, 2006 -
My cat-allergic friend wants to stay with me for a couple of days. How can I make his stay more comfortable? [more inside]
posted by nakedsushi
on Jul 18, 2006 -
My cat appears to have some mystery allergy, or allergies, since he is nearly hairless from his shoulders down. Anyone have a suggestion for a cause? I've tried a number of things...
posted by lester the unlikely
on Mar 2, 2006 -
Recently adopted cat has had a dramatic out break of acne on her chin/mouth. I need an education on the best ways to:
- Identify the cause?
- Best method(s) to prevent outbreaks?
- Best method(s) to treat outbreaks? [more inside]
posted by de void
on Aug 2, 2005 -
It's all the cat's fault. I have cat allergies and the only thing that's worked so far is Zyrtec. Great, only the problem is that my insurance company thinks that a fair co-pay for this particular miracle drug is $35 for a month's supply. A quick Google search turned up a lot of (supposedly) Canadian companies willing to sell me branded and generic Zyrtec at much lower prices. My question: is it safe to order prescription drugs -- assuming you've actually been prescribed them by your doctor, which I was -- through online Canadian sources?
posted by baltimore
on May 7, 2004 -
I desperately want a cat, and my S.O. is slightly allergic. Does anyone know if there are any breeds of cat that are less likely to provoke an allergic reaction? Any suggestions for keeping his allergies from being a problem, other than a HEPA vacuum? Also, he wants a ferret. Is a ferret likely to cause him any problems? Am I likely to have any problems raising a ferret and a cat together?
posted by stoneegg21
on Jan 5, 2004 -