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We're in Wisconsin, so our house has been closed up for a while now. My son *did* have a cold before we got the cat, though.
But then I found this article discussing a study that showed increased allergic responses to cat allergens even among those without a confirmed cat allergy. So now I'm wondering if it would be prudent to get rid of the cat before we're attached to it. Sigh.
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