Allergic cats might be itchy in areas or throughout. Cats are itchy in hard-to-reach places like the back of the neck because fleas bite there. Environmental allergies can itch everywhere.
Cats with allergies scratch and itch constantly. Scratching breaks and loses hair. Itching and scratching cause hair loss in allergic cats.
Along with the itchiness and hair loss, cats with allergies commonly have red, dry, and flaky skin because of the constant skin irritation and discomfort.
When food allergies irritate their stomachs, cats might have digestive issues. A cat allergic to chicken may vomit and have diarrhea after consuming chicken-based food.
Does pollen cause itchy, watery eyes? Environmental allergies can cause itchy, watery cat eyes. Dust and strong odors can cause itchy, watery eyes in indoor cats.
Cats with allergic bronchitis, or asthma, cough when exposed to allergens.
This creamy chicken congee dish is perfect for regular meals or when you're sick.