Can cats have pollen allergies?

oregpsnowMarch 1, 2010

I have had my cat almost two years now and a few times a year she gets drippy eyes. They are just a bit wet - no sign of pain or inflammation in the eyes. This time it started the very day the tree pollen levels shot up and my allergies appeared. I know I am allergic to tree pollen, but can my cat be allergic, too? It doesn't seem to bother her. I wipe them a few times a day with a tissue or TP to keep them clean.

Can cats have pollen allergies?

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Yes, cats and dogs get allergies. As long as she doesn't rub her eyes or squint, the discharge is clear, and there is no redness, it isn't a problem and wiping out the excess tears is fine.

    Bookmark   March 1, 2010 at 7:47PM
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