Despite how you may feel, you're not the only one suffering from the runny or stuffy nose and dry, red eyes of nasal allergies. At least 25% to 30% of the US population has allergic rhinitis, and the number is rising. Recent studies in the US and Europe suggest that as many as 1 out of every 4 people may suffer from seasonal and year-round nasal allergies. That makes it the most common chronic respiratory illness.
Cat allergy symptoms can sometimes look a lot like other allergies, or even a cold or flu. So how do you know if your feline friend is causing the problem, and more importantly, what can you do to make it better?
Pollen is a driving force behind many allergy flare ups. Learn more about what pollen count is and how it relates to your allergies.