Do you have an allergy to cats? If you have it, does not mean you should avoid friends or family who has a cat. With a little preparation, you can still travel anywhere without ending up with itchy, red eyes, sneezing, and shortness of breath that it usually occurs in someone who is allergic to cats or cat fur.Cat fur is more than just hair. Skin cells, saliva, and other proteins that can cause your body to release histamine (an immune system protein) can make you become allergic.
Prepare something before traveling”If I knew that I was going to someone’s house who has a pet, I am taking anti-allergy pills 20 minutes before leaving,” said Alejandra Soto, quoted from msn.com, who has been allergic to cats, dogs, horses, and pretty much Any furry animals since childhood. Because he does not always tell if someone has a pet before he visited, Soto added that he always has an antihistamine in his wallet. Continue reading