If I'm Allergic To Cats, But Not To Dogs, Will I Be Allergic To Rabbits?


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You may or may not be allergic to rabbits - it is impossible to tell until you've been exposed to them. The fact that you're allergic to cats could influence whether you will also be allergic to rabbits, though, as it means you're more sensitive to this form of allergy.

Some people who are allergic to rabbits are only allergic to certain breeds or hair types, so the only way to know for sure is to find a rabbit and give it a cuddle.

However, it is also important to note that allergies develop over time - which means that you may be exposed to the rabbit for years before it causes an allergic reaction.

If I am allergic to cats, will I be allergic to rabbits?
  • If you're allergic to cats, it is not 100% certain that you will be allergic to rabbits, although this could be the case.
  • Most people who are allergic to rabbits only have a reaction to certain breeds of the animal.
  • The only way to know if you are allergic to rabbits is to come into contact with them.

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