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User avatar #11 - I Am Monkey (10/20/2013) [-]
You can get immune to cat allergies over time.
My friend is allergic to cats so his mom adopted a cat in a not-so-subtle attempt to get him to move out. He stayed bumming around anyway so now she's stuck with a lazy son and a cat she doesn't want.
User avatar #53 to #11 - pocoloco (10/21/2013) [-]
I had a dog and had allergy to cats and dogs. But over time my body got used to it. I hereby confirm that your statement is true. You´re welcome.
User avatar #35 to #11 - garymotherfinoak (10/21/2013) [-]

poor mum though
User avatar #31 to #11 - daorien (10/21/2013) [-]
I can confirm this. I had alergies to cats as a kid, but i've been in contact with them almost every day, and one day the symptoms just stopped
User avatar #30 to #11 - daentraya (10/21/2013) [-]
That'd be why my mom doesnt notice her allergy much after we've had cat for quite a while. When the first cat forced its way into our lives, she would get itchy arms when petting now. Now i doubt she really notices it much
User avatar #29 to #11 - bloodyshart (10/21/2013) [-]
Eh, serves her for for being a passive-aggressive twat.
User avatar #24 to #11 - tiagodisouza (10/21/2013) [-]
Doctors told me i was allergic to dogs, birds, cats and rodents, i own a couple of hamsters, a cat, 2 german sheperds and had a ******* of canaries and nothing ever happened to me
#18 to #11 - superintrovert (10/21/2013) [-]
Does the cat lay around doing nothing as well, reminding that guy's mom of the mistake she's made even when the son isn't in the room?
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