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The END Of Cat Allergies?
The END Of Cat Allergies?

 

Are you allergic to kitties?

Good news:  In just five years, you may be able to enjoy their furry comfort!

A team of scientists at the University of Cambridge in England has successfully isolated the protein in cat fur that causes allergic reactions in people and they believe within the next five years an inhaler or a pill will be on the market that’ll allow people with cat allergies to live with all the cats they can handle.

 

 

 

If you’re a dog lover, you won’t be left out:  They also believe there will be a pill or inhaler for people with DOG allergies, too!

Read more here from Autostraddle!

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