Allergies are a frequent cause of chronic itching and skin and cat ears problems. Knowing that a pet has allergies is just the first step. It’s just as important to determine what a cat reacts to, because treatment will vary based on a cat’s triggers.

These are the four of the most frequent cat allergies.

Food Allergies

Food that containing food colorings, chemical additives, preservatives, expired foods, grain-based foods, etc. can cause cats to food allergies. Cats will have symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, dermatitis and itching, hair loss, and hair loss.

Medication Allergies

Because cats have very different physique condition, many cats will undergo allergic reactions at a safe dose when receiving certain medications. Common medication that can cause cat allergies are: penicillin, kanamycin, tetracycline, hemostatic, calcium crotonin, iodinated glycerin, phospodine, etc. Cats will have weakened heartbeat breathing, swollen eyelids, and sometimes rashes, showing shock. Seriously directly cause the cat to death.

Pathogenic Skin cat Allergies

Mainly due to parasites such as fleas, lice, mites and other cats causing allergic symptoms. The parasite adheres to the surface of the cat. When sucking the blood of the cat, the saliva containing irritating substances will penetrate deep into the skin of the cat, and the sensitive cat will also be allergic. Allergic cats develop dermatitis and eczema throughout the body, with pustules, red plaques, bites where the cat itches the skin, causing hair loss and other symptoms.

Other Allergies

If the cat’s skin resistance is weak, such as air dust, household insecticides, camphor, air fresheners, disinfectants, paint products, etc. can cause allergic symptoms. Cats will have varying degrees of skin itching, redness, hair loss, and respiratory irritation to the nose, which are uncomfortable to your cat.

Allergic diseases may seem insignificant, but they cause a lot of trouble for cats, and some allergic causes will be accompanied by cats for life long and cannot be solved. Take good care and Therefore, in daily life, you should be good at observing which things or foods your cat has allergic reactions. Because cat allergies must be managed for the life of your pet, it’s essential to maintain good communication with your veterinarian. Prevent these allergies from your cat to make sure your pet cats can live a healthy and comfortable life.

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