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What cats dont shed

By: Joni

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Date: January 16, 2015

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By: Joni I have 3 cats. The other cats dont have any fur. Why is this?

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By: Joni My cats have been asking for fleas but I have not seen any since I started using Frontline on them. But then again, I haven't been checking closely.

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By: Joni I have 3 cats and the other cats dont have any fur.

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Breeding for hypoallergenic qualities in cats requires decreasing the feline’s production of a particular protein found to be the culprit in triggering human allergies in susceptible individuals. Cats produce allergens in their saliva which manifest on their hair and skin via meticulous grooming. We selected the top five hypoallergenic cat breeds based on each cat’s production of this allergen (protein Fel d 1 and/or Fel d 4), temperament, attractiveness, coat type and suitability as a family pet. Read more

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While no breed of cat is completely hypoallergenic, a hairless sphynx cat may not bother someone with cat allergies. According to, “The protein (Fel D1) is the allergen in a cat’s saliva that causes problems for allergy sufferers. Once the cat licks its fur, the allergen is transferred to the... Read more

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