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Holistic Allergy Remedies???

Sharyn BergSharyn Berg PensacolaMember Posts: 79
edited 26 June, 2007 in Cat Health
My allergies have gotten REALLY bad just in the last week. It\'s like something is biting me and I run around like I\'m trying to get away from it. Mommy gave me a dose of Frontline Plus in case it was fleas (or flea allergy). I\'m runing around less today but I\'m still itchy. She\'s also been giving me 2mg of Chlortrimeton 2x per day (no fun!). Mommy\'s pretty sure it\'s not my food. I had allergies this time last year too and she tried all different kinds of foods. Anyway, I see there are some holistic allergy remedies online, like at OnlyNaturalPet.com, and they get good reviews online. But I was wondering has anyone here had any success with holistic allery remedies?

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  • edited 26 June, 2007
    Maybe a blood test to determine and pinpoint your allergy would be a good idea. Even though I am an indoor/outdoor cat, during allergy season, if I had allergies, meowmy would probably not let me outside.;) |bb|
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