I have read an allergy book that concludes the same thing!
A chuckle but not feasible!
Allergies are challenging but there is always a way.
Anaphylaxis to nuts and eggs are a thing in our house… in terms of animals, for us anyway, it is not the furr but what they eat that poses the issue. Especially dogs that jump and lick. Traces of allergens triggering reactions.
Just thought would share in case it helps with the cat… although, I am unsure if apples make an appearance in diet of a cat… but, never know!
Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for being you.