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    An_255174 posted:
    I am extremely allergic to cats and end up with vertigo when I get exposed. I have been told that most people with cat allergies don't have a problem with pure Siamese cats. Is that true?
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    biancalthompson responded:
    There is no such thing as a hypoallergenic animal. Some animals make less allergens then others. If you are extremely allergic to cats I wouldn't expose yourself to the cat.
     
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    reasearchdiva replied to biancalthompson's response:
    Thanks for your input.


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