Allergies In Cats

As a pet parent, you now have the means to limit the harmful effects of an allergic condition in your cat. A cat can react to an allergen from its dead skin, saliva, fur or even urine or even a severe hypersensitive response.  Pet allergen particles can be transported on clothing, settle in padded furniture and bedding.  Cats can be affected by pollen and indoor allergens such as mold, dust, dogs, mites and even other cats.  All of these triggers can cause the cats to chew, lick or scratch various parts of its body leading to infections and inflammatory reactions. 

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  • Allergies in cats are also due to wood, grass or tree pollen. The allergic cats chew, lick or scratch on various parts of the body and may lead to skin damage in severe cases.
  • This allergy mostly starts out as seasonal but it often becomes a continuous problem because allergic cats react to more triggers as they age.
  • The easy way to determine what allergy your cat has, you should schedule a skin or blood test with the veterinarian.
  • You can keep your cat indoors with windows shut and turning on the air filter or air conditioner to reduce the cat’s exposure to pollen.

Household allergens

Cats are also allergic to indoor allergens like household mites, moulds or dust. The indoor allergies in cats are not easy to distinguish from the outdoor allergies, because licking, scratching or biting is often year around. The veterinary will perform the intradermal test to rule out the cause of indoor allergies in cats. You should clean your house thoroughly and frequently also get rid of any mould problems that your house has.

Food allergies in cats

Cats are also allergic to specific ingredients in the food. Food allergies in cats also lead to itchy or recurrent skin, ear infections, diarrhoea, gassiness or vomiting. They can get allergic to food at any age and at any time of consuming the same food. In order to diagnose the food allergy, feed your cat with hydrolyzed food or novel ingredient.

Plastic food bowls

Anecdotal reports suggest that drinking and eating from plastic bowls lead to feline chin acne which is related to allergy. The chin acne cats have puss-filled or solid bumps around their chin. If your cat is developing chin acne and then try to change to plastic bowl with glass or ceramic bowls to witness changes in the allergy. It is important that you get your cat treated as soon as you notice any symptoms of allergy because it turn into a life-threatening condition.