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Friday, November 2, 2007


Thanks again to Don, for sending me this on a morning where I am (was) crabby and stressed out about speaking at a Harvard conference! Now I is smiling. Put yer sound on and youze will laffs 2. Teh awesomz.

(Oh God please take away my cat allergy I want a cat so badly! And I ain’t gonna pay thousands for a non-allergic freakazoid kitteh. I wants teh real thing, adopted from a shelter.)


What about allergy shots?

— added by Anonymous on Friday, November 2, 2007 at 3:49 pm

Depending on how severe your allergy is, it may be possible to have a cat and adapt to it. Many allergic cat owners say that they often “get used” to a specific cat, so that in time they are no longer allergic. Generally, they keep their bedrooms cat-free or keep the cat on one floor or in one set of rooms until their systems adjust.

Of course, I wouldn’t suggest this method if you are prone to asthma.

— added by Chaoticidealism on Saturday, November 3, 2007 at 9:12 am

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