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• Novel immunotherapy approach to treat cat allergy - Science Daily
• My cat’s lips are swollen - PoC
• Smart steps to manage cat allergens at home - Index-Journal
• Food allergies in pets can take work to understand - Victoria Advocate
• What Does a Study of Slow Lorises Actually Say About Cat Allergies? - Smithsonian Magazine
• Pets also can suffer from allergies and allergic reactions - The Daily Journal
• The 8 best cats for people with allergies - St. Louis Post-Dispatch
• Signs of allergy symptoms in dogs, cats - NewsChannel20
• After A Year Of Severe Allergies, Cat Finally Finds Relief By Moving To Arizona - CAUTION: GRAPHIC IMAGES - Cole and Marmalade
• Can cats have asthma? - Inquirer.net
• Pet Peeves: Asthma in cats - nwfdailynews
• Feline asthma - Victoria Advocate
• Heartbreak, cats, dogs, others can trigger asthma — Expert - PUNCH
• How heartworm affects household pets - The Signal
• Preventing heartworm infections in cats and dogs - Opelika-Auburn News
• Feline challenges with heartworm disease - Animal Airwaves
• Paws for Health: Protecting Your Pet from Heartworm Disease - 9and10NEWS
• The other heartworm patient - dvm360
• Hyperesthesia in Cats - The Columbian Blogs
• The itchy cat challenge - dvm360
• So, Your Cat Has Dandruff — Here's What You Should Do - GreenMatters
• PET TALK: Normal shedding versus feline alopecia - The Paris News
• Don't Brush Off Feline Dandruff - Texas A&M Vet Medicine
• For Pet's Sake: Cat acne - Idaho News
• The Best Way to Treat Dry Skin on Cats, According to Veterinarians - GoodHousekeeping
• Cats and Respiratory Infections - NBC Chicago
• Feline herpesvirus: when the eyes have it - UFHealth Podcasts
Feline herpesvirus is one of the main causes of upper-respiratory disease in cats and kittens.
• Pet Doc: Cat scratch fever - NTV
• This is why your aching joints could be a sign of a disease your cat has given you - The Scarborough News
• Pet Vet: Cat Scratch Fever - WNDU
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