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What cats are hypoallergenic

What cats are hypoallergenic?

The cat is a member of the family Felidae and is often referred to as the domestic cat. The cat has been domesticated for at least 9,000 years and probably much longer than that. The cat is the most popular pet in the world and is the most common pet in the United States, with an estimated 75 to 100 million pets. The cat is a member of the family Felidae and is often referred to as the domestic cat. The cat has been domesticated for at least 9,000 years and probably much longer than that. The cat is the most popular pet in the world and is the most common pet in the United States, with an estimated 75 to 100 million pets.

The cat is a member of the family Felidae and is often referred to as the domestic cat. The cat has been domesticated for at least 9,000 years and probably much longer than that. The cat is the most popular pet in the world and is the most common pet in the United States, with an estimated 75 to 100 million pets.

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Other genetic evidence has been discovered to support a similar “self-domestication” theory for cats. From such early human-animal relationships came many generations of breeding in which people bred animals with the most beneficial traits and discarded the undersized, truculent, or otherwise undesirable creatures. Read more

While it is not fully understood why, it is believed that when cats digest lilies their bodies create a toxic metabolite which results in severe kidney injury. This is why cats are the only animal susceptible to life-threatening lily toxicity. Dogs are known to develop gastrointestinal upset following ingestion of these flowers, but no other species has been found to be affected by these plants. Read more

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My current cat stays in bed with me all night. But when I was growing up I had a cat who would stay and cuddle until I fell asleep, then get up and wander around the house or go to my parents' bed. Cats are diurnal after all, so night isn't necessarily rest time for them, and they can see fine in the dark. Read more

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