I am allergic to cats and it sucks, because I really adore them. The strange thing is that I wasn't allergic to cats when I was a kid, it started in my mid-teens i think when my sister bought a cat and afterwards I became allergic to ALL cats. I'm fine with dogs though.
I'd love to have a pet cat one day, would it be wise/safe to keep taking allergy medication 24/7 just to own a pet?
Also keep in mind that if you have a reaction while not medicated and controlling it is more important than staying awake, benadryl is the most effective antihistamine, but like I said, it comes with a huge sedative side effect.
Anyway, I'm allergic enough to cats that simply being in a cat owner's house while the cats themselves are away is enough to set me off. It sucks.
Probably this post he wrote a minute later in what I assume is the thread he intended to post in:
I HATE it when people say pussy instead of coward. FREAKIN' DESPISE IT! Don't hate anything more than that and I'd like to do extremely horrible things to the person who thought it'd be an awesome idea to replace the word coward with pussy. MAN!!!
That being said I have no problem using words like cunt and cock teasingly, I do that with some of my (very close) friends all the time.
I figured I'd use this thread to ask (since I purposefully bumped this thread of course) can cat dander get into ventilation systems in an apartment and cause allergy problems when the central air is turned on even when the rest of the apartment has been cleaned? I wake up with nasal irritation when the air is on over the night.