Cat dander, tiny skin particles shed by cats, is a common allergen. It can cause sneezing, itching, and nasal congestion.
Some people are allergic to cat saliva, which can lead to skin irritation and hives if they come in contact with it.
Cat urine contains allergenic proteins that can trigger asthma, coughing, or other respiratory issues in sensitive individuals.
Flea bites can cause allergies in both cats and their owners. Controlling fleas is crucial to prevent allergic reactions.
Cats can develop allergies to certain foods, which may result in gastrointestinal issues or skin problems.
Allergies to cat hair, dander, or other allergens can cause itchy, red, or watery eyes.
Prevention and management techniques include keeping a clean environment, grooming your cat, and consulting with a healthcare professional if needed.