A common allergy caused by the saliva of fleas, leading to itching and skin irritation in cats.
Cats can develop allergies to certain proteins found in their food, resulting in skin and gastrointestinal problems.
Pollen, dust, and mold are common allergens that can cause itching, sneezing, and watery eyes in cats.
Cats can be allergic to certain materials, such as rubber or plastic, that they come into contact with.
Some cats can have severe allergic reactions to bee or wasp stings, leading to swelling and difficulty breathing.
Certain medications can cause allergic reactions in cats, leading to itching, hives, and difficulty breathing.
Chemicals or particles in the air, such as cigarette smoke or cleaning products, can trigger allergic reactions in cats.
Some cats can be allergic to certain types of bacteria, such as Staphylococcus, leading to skin infections.
Certain types of fungi, such as ringworm, can cause allergic reactions in cats, leading to skin irritation and hair loss.
Rarely, cats can have allergic reactions to certain vaccines, leading to swelling, vomiting, and difficulty breathing.