Many people want a cat but special health problems from an allergic rash in cats prevent them from doing so. This problem is caused by some cat allergy cells and some allergens that can be transmitted from cats.
Are you a cat lover but sensitive to cats? The good thing you should know is that there are some allergenic cats that you can adopt.
We share with you some cats that you can adopt without taking some cat allergy medication.They are called hypoallergenicIt. will further reduce cat allergy and is known for producing less allergens than other cat breeds.
Oriental Shorthairs are short haired and shed very little hair.
Very good cat for allergy sufferers since they shed very little because they possess only the undercoat layer called the down hair.
This breed of cat is hairless. Therefore, they have no hair to trap the allergens in their saliva.
This is surprisingly a hypoallergenic cat. Even though he has some fur, he is still short haired. This breed is famous for his blue/grey colored coat that makes his coat shiny.
What makes this breed hypoallergenic is not that it produces less of the protein that makes people allergic to cats, but it is their coats that make them hypoallergenic. Their coats require less maintenance, for that reason, their coats aren’t charged with as much saliva.
This cat breed produces less of the Fel D1 protein in his saliva, which makes him a good candidate for allergy sufferers.
This is a great option for cat lovers who really prefer a long-haired cat.
Same family as the Cornish Rex, the Devon breed has less hair and shorter fur than the Cornish Rex.
Javanese cats only have one of the three layers of coat that regular cats have, similar to the cornish and devon rexes. The difference is that this cat breed only has the top layer of coat that most cats have instead of the down hair.
Laperms shed a lot less than most cat breeds because of their curly textured coat.
We hope that learning about hypoallergenic cats encourages you or a loved one find a new feline friend.
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