Allergies occur when our immune system becomes sensitive to the things in our surroundings. Just like people, cats and dogs can also develop allergies. Substances that may not bother you or be an allergen to you can very well be allergens for your cat.

While there are similarities in symptoms of allergies between humans and cats, some symptoms can be alarming. Signs like sneezing, itchiness, inflame the skin, and nasal discharge is common. While the most significant of which are those that affect respiration. A cat’s face, throat, or nose may enlarge as a result of the body’s reaction to an allergen, making breathing difficult. If not treated immediately, this swelling can induce coughing, choking, wheezing, and even collapse and death in cats that already have asthma.

4 Types of Allergies in Cats:

Treating allergies is complicated if a source cannot be determined. Therefore, a veterinary visit is a must. Texas Wellness Spray and Neuter Clinic have a team of experienced veterinary doctor to treat your pet’s allergy.